has found that launching books and creating launch events is as exciting and rewarding as making books themselves. These events make the books into a catalyst for rich cultural exchanges.


Technologies of Romance – Part II
a Book Launch at South London Gallery

7 - 9pm, Wednesday, October 24th 2018

Technologies of Romance – Part II will be launched at South London Gallery, with panel discussion on ‘The book as a romantic technology’, featuring Roshni Bhagotra, Eleanor Vonne Brown, Catherine Dixon, Bryony Lloyd, Paul O’Kane, Bada Song, John Whapham, Tony Yard, plus music, Q&A and drinks.
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SLG, 65-67 Peckham Road,London SE5 8UH

Technologies of Romance
a Symposium at Science Museum London

10am - 6.30pm, Wednesday November 28th 2018

An all-day symposium for the launch of Technologies of Romance – Part II at Science Museum, London, featuring numerous speakers, artists, lecturers, curators and students from Central St Martins, Science Museum and beyond.
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Dana Studio, Wellcome Wolfson Building,165 Queens Gate, Kensington, London SW7 5HD

ASP (Artists’ Self Publisher’s) Book Fair at ICA, London

11am - 7pm, Sunday 9th December 2018
ICA, The Mall, St. James's, London SW1Y 5AH


March 5th, 2017
Whitechapel Gallery

Launch of Technologies of Romance – Part I. Hosted by Gareth Evans and featuring papers from Howard Caygill, Paul O’Kane, Maria Walsh and an interview between Kim Longinotto and Sophie Mayer, plus plenary session
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October, 24th, 2016
Waterstones, Tottenham Court Road

Launch of “I’m Alone, But Not Lonely”. Featuring Q&A with Hayato Fujioka, Madoka Kamiyama and Paul O’Kane. Video and sound installations by Katyayini Gargi, Chris Smith, Shinji Toya, and plus screening of Tokyo Shaking (2008) by Bong Joon-ho.
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November, 17th 2016
Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation

Launch of “I’m Alone, But Not Lonely”, featuring papers from Volker Grassmuck and SOAS lecturer Griselda Kirsch, and Q&A.
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October 31st, 2015 at Tenderbooks

Launch of Cash or Smash, featuring Q&A with Bada Song
Deirdre Daly & Unmi Li.

October 26th, 2014,
X Marks the Bökship, Matts Gallery, London

Launch of Where Is That Light Now? Featuring Q&A with Paul O’Kane and Barnaby Lambert, and performance by Bada Song with Jeung Hyun Cho.

September 6th - 9th, 2018.
LABF (London Art Book Fair) at Whitechapel Gallery, London

July 7th, 2017
ASP (Artists’ Self Publisher’s), ICA

eeodo’s first book fair table ASP