A SMALL AND NOT OSTENTATIOUS CHAMBER WITH WHOSE DECORATIONS NO FAULT CAN BE FOUND (2019)
21 x 15 cm | 80 pages | Edition of 350
Text revision, images, and book design by Lewis & Taggart
A small and not ostentatious chamber with whose decorations no fault can be found is the third published work by the Museum of Longing and Failure. A MOLAF-oriented adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s 1840 essay “The Philosophy of Furniture,” the book is co-published by The Rooms, NL.



MOLAF INCARNATIONS (2016)
21 x 15 cm | 128 pages | Edition of 500
Text, images, and book design by Lewis & Taggart
MOLAF Incarnations is the second published work by the Museum of Longing and Failure. It comprises a short story and a series of paper collages, both based on the first fifty artworks acquired by the MOLAF.



MOLAF VARIATIONS (2015)
21 x 15 cm | 144 pages | Edition of 500
Text, images, and book design by Lewis & Taggart
MOLAF Variations is the first published work by the Museum of Longing and Failure. Over the course of the book, the acronym MOLAF is reformulated eighty-eight times in an exhaustive attempt at re-invention.

Books available at:

Motto, Berlin
Printed Matter, New York
San Serriffe, Amsterdam
Art Metropole, Toronto
Or Gallery, Vancouver
HKS, Bergen
KODE, Bergen
The Rooms, Newfoundland

or directly through us.


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