Join us this Thursday at BOB’s YOUR UNCLE for summery drinks, readings and sun dance beats from Greece.

In the name of Half Man Half Orange


If magic is sometimes very close to nothing at all, it might be indeed possible to mistake one for the other. No wonder language found its origin in myths. This summer reader is about the cup of coffee that keeps us awake every morning. How much of it has to do with caffeine and how much of it with our will to believe in rituals? Amen.

This publication brings together all the spiritual advice, scientific gossip, self-esteem exercises and chronic fictions that were read, written, watched, played, forgotten and discussed over a year in Arnhem by the Werkplaats Typografie participants.

Half Man Half Orange
12 x 17cm; 288pp

With contributions by Amir Avraham, Fred Cave, Yana Foqué, Daniel Frota, Virginie Gauthier, Daria Kiseleva, Mathew Kneebone, Fay Kolokytha, Menelaos Kouroudis, Jungmyung Lee, Iván Martinez, Laura Pappa, Christine Pogatchnik and Maria Jimena Sánchez

Edited by Daniel Frota and Menelaos Kouroudis and with support from Maxine Kopsa
Designed by Daniel Frota

Published by Werkplaats Typografie/ ArtEZ Institute of the Arts
Arnhem, 2015



Witness the sneak preview of

Mime radio (notes for chapter I to XII)

Mime Radio was performed and written orally by French artist Benjamin Seror at a series of events over a two-year period, then transcribed and edited into a novel.

For the first time, Mime radio (notes for chapter I to XII) presents all the models employed as part of the Mime Radio performances. This series of notes draws a mental landscape of the story told in Mime Radio.

On view until Saturday 2 May with the Mime Radio book launch happening next week, on Thursday 30 April

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