• Wollstonochlincraft 1791-1971

    Wollstonochlincraft 1791-1971 forges compound neologisms from two emblematic feminist texts that are mirrored in their dates and message: A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (Wollstonecraft, 1791) and Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? (Noc...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Wollstonochlincraft 1791-1971: front cover, June 2017, <p><em> </em></p>
<p><em>WOLLSTONOCHLINCRAFT 1791-1971</em></p>
<p>Published in the series THE GOOD READER by MA BIBLIOTHEQUE, London 2017.</p>
<p>Series editor: Sharon Kivland</p>
<p>Edition of 50, each numbered and signed</p>
<p>ISBN 978-1-910055-32-8</p>
    ANNABEL FREARSON, Wollstonochlincraft 1791-1971: spread1, June 2017, <p><em> </em></p>
<p><em>WOLLSTONOCHLINCRAFT 1791-1971</em></p>
<p>Published in the series THE GOOD READER by MA BIBLIOTHEQUE, London 2017.</p>
<p>Series editor: Sharon Kivland</p>
<p>Edition of 50, each numbered and signed</p>
<p>ISBN 978-1-910055-32-8</p>
<p> </p>
    ANNABEL FREARSON, Wollstonochlincraft 1791-1971: spread2, June 2017, <p><em> </em></p>
<p><em>WOLLSTONOCHLINCRAFT 1791-1971</em></p>
<p>Published in the series THE GOOD READER by MA BIBLIOTHEQUE, London 2017.</p>
<p>Series editor: Sharon Kivland</p>
<p>Edition of 50, each numbered and signed</p>
<p>ISBN 978-1-910055-32-8</p>
<p> </p>
  • ...Or Maybe It's the Same for Everyone

    ...Or maybe it's the same for everyone is a print platform for artists' short fiction and experimental writing, organised by John Lawrence. &nbsp;...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, ..Or Maybe It's the Same for Everyone: cover
    ANNABEL FREARSON, ..Or Maybe It's the Same for Everyone: inside
    ANNABEL FREARSON, Remains at OTO Projects, <p>Performed reading by Annabel Frearson at launch of '...Or Maybe It's the Same for Everyone' Issue 2 at Cafe OTO Project Space.</p>
  • Umelec magazine

    Umĕlec magazine with an article by Frearson: Bad Brain Call: dialogical pop...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Umelec magazine, 2013, <p>Umelec magazine with article by Frearson on her project <em>Bad Brain Call: dialogical pop</em></p>
    ANNABEL FREARSON, Umelec magazine, inside spread
    ANNABEL FREARSON, Umelec magazine, inside spread with lyrics
  • The Book is Alive!

    The Book is Alive! is a collaboration between the Centre for Media and Cultural Research (CMCR) at LSBU and bookRoom. The publication is published by RGAP, edited by Emmanuelle Waeckerle and Richard Sawdon Smith, designed by studio mothership and Ke...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, The Book is Alive!
  • QGJCPLB

    By Manuel &Aacute;ngel, Annabel Frearson, Ryoung Kim, Francesco Pedraglio, Barbara Pfenningstorff, Emily Rosamond, Anca Rujoiu, Pieternel Vermoortel, Andy Weir.&nbsp;Taking the seminal art journal OCTOBER as a point of departure, QGJCPLB play...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, QCJCPLB, 2013
  • The Sensible Stage, ed. Bridget Crone

    The Sensible Stage: Staging and the Moving Image is collection of newly commissioned texts that explore the moving image in relation to performance, time and the event. Edited by Bridget Crone, the book provides a series of individual proposals and ...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, The Sensible Stage , <p>The Sensible Stage, ed. Bridget Crone</p>
  • Bad Brain Call

    Bad Brain Call is part of the ongoing project Frankenstein2; or the Monster of Main Stream, a new novel and associated works created using all and only the words from Shelley's Frankenstein. Bad Brain Call references a cross-section of pop genres, a...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Bad Brain Call, 2012
  • Journal of Visual Art Practice

    Bridget Crone, 'The Image: Disaffect in the theatre of representation', Journal of Visual Art Practice, volume 9, issue 2, 2011, p136...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Journal of Visual Art Practice, 2011
    ANNABEL FREARSON, Journal of Visual Art Practice reference to Frankenstein2, 2011
  • Revolve Wire magazine

    An extract from Frankenstein2; or, The Monster of Main Stream was reproduced in this edition of Revolve Wire magazine, guest edited by Matthew Poole....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Revolve Wire magazine, 2007
    ANNABEL FREARSON, Revolve Wire magazine - Frankenstein2, 2007
  • Stewart Home: Please Follow Me

    Mute Magazine, issue 21, Total Paranoia. This article is also reproduced in Stewart Home's book, Memphis Underground (2007). Full article reproduced below:...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Mute and Memphis Underground
  • Datocracy

    Datocracy is a compound neologism that embraces transhistorical liberations and reconfigurations of data, in its multiple perceptual-linguistic forms, into new value relations and systems of governance, democratic or otherwise. Datocracy evolves from...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Severed fingers, <p> </p>
<p>Image source: Leroi-Gourhan, A., 1967: Les mains de Gargas. Essai pour une étude d'ensemble <em>Bulletin de la Société préhistorique française</em> Année 1967, Volume 64, Numéro 1 p. 107 - 122 </p>
  • Infomanticism

    A self-reflexive Octoberesque essay on my concept of Infomanticism, a conjoining of information and Romanticism that reflects on and through our narcissistic mediation with sublime data....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Infomanticism, 2012
  • Neither the sun nor death can be stared upon fixedly

    In this paper, I examine the fetishisation of the database as determinant apparatus in constructing blind or random cultural hierarchies and relationships through a multiplier effect of surplus information (metadata) around cultural entities, demonst...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, The Rise to Power of Louis Quatorze, Rossellini, 1966