Domains is a journal that serves as a space for collaboration, experimentation, and visual research into online libraries and databases. Domains draws from materials in the public domain, those with Creative Commons licenses, and works that hold ambiguous or contentious copyright status, including those that are out of print or otherwise unobtainable in their original form.
Featuring: Trance-induced Martian scripts, Joseph Beuys and the Tartar Myth, The elephant capable of human speech, Situationist theses on traffic, An instructional guide on street crossings, Ancient Greek votive figurines
Contributors: Tim Curley, Joseph Ménage, and Charlie Newhouse
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 in.
Process: Multi-Color Risograph