I DIDN`T KNOW WHAT I WAS DOING  'TIL I WAS DOING IT is a series of zines created sporadically from our archives of printed leftovers. Inside the publication one can find poems, theoretical texts, drawings, sculptures, book summaries, back covers and other finds. Each zine is unique with 44 pages assembled from a random selection of pages. The title was taken from a song by the band Tristesse Contemporaine, from 2013, and that says a lot about our research and creative processes.


“ if everything reduces us to zero, it’s from that zero that we have to start” waly salomão  “there’s no mistake in a world of zeros” jacques lacan  “shut your eyes and see” james joyce  “do what you can, and not what you want; do what you want from what you can; do what you want with what you have and not dream the impossible. if you have fifty million, but no light, the way is to do with fifty million and no light." jean-luc godard