Feb 15 | Stationary 2: Amir Zuabi


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Ann Woo, Scenes from parents’ home, Oi Man Estate, 2016, photo series

Dear reader,

In this third story in Stationary 2, Amir Zuabi wades into a territory of loss and trauma that he feels and relives through his sense of smell.

If you have not received the previous issues, we wholeheartedly welcome you to the second volume of Stationary. Original contributions by Andrew Hugill with James Langdon, Kevin Killian, Haitham Wardany, and Amir Zuabieach accompanied by an image in a new photographic series by Ann Woowill arrive in your inbox bi-weekly through March.

Against the backdrop of collective exhaustion, the volume slows at the entrance to explore a literature of self-recovery. The four installments burrow into fantasies and venture down wormholes to access the potential of our own irreverence. Through writing, these contributors intuit a future not necessarily ahead but inside.

Stationary 2 is a follow-up to the first printed issue in 2015, edited by Heman Chong and Christina Li and distributed hand-to-hand. The digital volume continues Stationary’s desire to offer space for texts on things, ideas, figures, places, and moments that fall outside their writers’ usual creative practices.

We hope you enjoy the read(s)!

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Haitham Wardany
Kevin Killian
Amir Zuabi      )  )     )
James Langdon and Anthony Hugill

Malak Helmy and Christina Li

Associate editor:
Janine Armin

Julie Peeters

Mandy Chan

Ann Woo

Contributors to Digital Edition:
Andrew Hugill with James Langdon,
Kevin Killian, Haitham Wardany,
and Amir Zuabi

Web design:
Vytautas Volbekas and Carla Peer

Stationary 2 ISBN: 978-988-12600-4-8

© 2016 the authors, artists, and
Spring Workshop

For further information visit our
website www.stationarystories.com

Published by:
Mimi Brown
Spring Workshop
3/F Remex Centre
42 Wong Chuk Hang Road
Aberdeen, Hong Kong
T + 852 2110 4370
F + 852 2110 4372


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Stationary is a collection of stories disseminated by word of mouth. Loosely forged as a recess from one’s productive practice, we invite artists, curators, and writers to take stock of, elaborate on, and chart their obsessions, fascinations, and influences within a suspended moment afforded by the publication’s pages.   



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