79.89.09 (Publication)

79.89.09 was published as part of Again, A Time Machine, a touring exhibition organised by Book Works, and accompanies Dear 1979, Meet 1989, a scenography of traditional vernacular Persian riverbeds with integrated rahle to display samples from Slavs and Tatars’ own library focused on the Iranian Revolution of 1979 and Poland’s Solidarność movement and Only Solidarity and Patience will secure our victory, a billboard on the façade of Eastside Projects that suggests the pace and methodical nature of Poland’s civil disobedience movement as a precedent and a gift, requisite of any friendship among nations, for the Islamic Republic of Iran.

2011
Offset newspaper print, 42 x 30 cm, 44 pages, color throughout, unbound, edition of 1,500 copies, designed by James Langdon. Available via Book Works.

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