In Print

Printed objects are both art-form and platform to archive and disseminate ideas and collaborations. The Pioneer Works publishing department produces an annual magazine, artist books, pamphlets, exhibition catalogs, and other projects. Our magazine, Intercourse, acts as an archive of the collaborations and programming at Pioneer Works and features articles on art, science and education, with a preference for the arcane, incongruous, deplorable, exotic, and essential. Our pocket series, Groundworks, is devoted to statements and propositions that elude categorization and seek to broaden the parameters of their subjects. Groundworks feature unique volumes of essays, poetry, pedagogy, theory, conversations, lectures, and experiments in hybridization. MIMO is a pamphlet series that activates the unique possibilities and process of Pioneer Works GR3750 Risograph machine with small runs of pamphlets that are hand assembled by the authors and artists.

For wholesale inquiries and distribution, write to books@pioneerworks.org.

Featured Print

Quaestiones Perversas

Beatriz E. Balanta & Mary Walling Blackburn
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The Present Is the Form of All Life: The Time Capsules of Ant Farm and LST

Ant Farm/LST
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The Present Is the Form of All Life: The Time Capsules of Ant Farm and LST [Artist Edition]

Ant Farm/LST
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Forty-Seven Hundred Years Advanced Spiritually

Willie Stewart
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Exhibition

On: Derrick Adams

Derrick Adams
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At The National Monument / Always Today

Ted Dodson
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Visions of Constantine

Christopher Kardambikis
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The Making of Gertrude Stein: Charles Ruas and Janet Hobhouse in Conversation

Clocktower Radio
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Exhibition

Redwood

Molly Lowe
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Exhibition

Flood

Charles Harlan
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Exhibition

Flood (Artist Edition)

Charles Harlan
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Artist Book

It was a time that was a time

Shezad Dawood
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Learn by Accident (Poster)

Jesse Ball
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Artist Book

Tongue Stones

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Exhibition

Daily Operation

Kenan Juska
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Artist Book

The Six-Sided Force

Louise Despont
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Exhibition

Settlements

Ernesto Caivano
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