Print work is presented through the twice-yearly, free-of-charge HOAX pamphlet, currently on hiatus until later in 2021 due to the pandemic. These print issues are distributed through galleries, museums, bookshops, libraries and other arts and community spaces all over the world, and can be ordered for free if you cover P&P.
Deliberately ephemeral in nature and designed for mass production, the print issues centre obtainability and accessibility over preciousness, in the nature of a zine rather than an artbook or art object. Anyone can download and print each issue for themselves for free too—to be printed in black ink on A3 paper, unbound. Each single-sheet issue folds into 8 pages, to be read, rotated, unfolded, re-folded, like a 3D exhibition on paper, ensuring a physicality and playfulness that’s normally lost with mass production.