W-STREET (PLOT POINTS AND NON-FICTIONS) by Jan–Pieter ‘t Hart
110 x 200mm, 22 pages, risograph printed, sewn bound down one edge and the publication folds and extends, edition of 150, 2023
W-Street (plot points and non-fictions) tells the story of an almost fictional character (A.) in a hardly fictional street (W-Street). It is a relational account of a neighbourhood that became a development project: perpetually unfinished, continually overwriting its many pasts. It “stitches together imperfectly” this specific urban history with musings on remembering and forgetting, public art and memorials, cinematic references and feminist theory; as alignments and disjunctions when you turn a corner, or a page.