Pamphlets

Pamphlets written by Bill Drummond. Due to their sheer number they deserve their own subsection. Many of these were only available at special events, making some of them much rarer than others.

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Damascus In London (Pamphlet No. 32)

This pamphlet has been specifically published to celebrate the performance of Score 328: SURROUND in London 18 March 2012

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The Liverpool Cake Circle (Pamphlet No. 31)

This pamphlet has been specifically published to celebrate the construction of the Liverpool Cake Circle

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The Open Window (Pamphlet No. 28)

This pamphlet was originally published for all those attending the Hospital Gallery on 1 October 2007. Also 1,000 copies were to go to whoever won the biding for a photograph taken by Bill Drummond from the open window of his Land Rover. It was accidently given the same catalogue number…

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Who Are The Harmonics? (Pamphlet No. 27)

This pamphlet was originally published to answer the questions What Is Harmonic? This was one of Buckminster Fuller’s 40 Strategic Questions. These 40 questions were also taken as the basis of a work by Gavin Wade titled Strategic Questions – an ongoing series of 40 questions in 40 publications. Drummond…

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You Whore (Pamphlet No. 24)

This pamphlet was originally published for all those attending the second Liverpool Biennial. It also marks the launch of Bill Drummond’s career as a prostitute.

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Roll Over Jenny Holzer (Pamphlet No. 22)

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The Daffodils (Pamphlet No. 19)

Published in 2002, in his pamphlet The Daffodils Bill Drummond tells the story of how Neal Brown phoned him up to ask for a possible contribution to an upcoming exhibition and how the show’s working title God Is Not A Cunt inspired Bill’s contribution to it.

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For Sale (Pamphlet No. 16)

For Sale was originally published for those considering buying A Smell Of Sulphur In The Wind by the artist Richard Long from Bill Drummond.

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The Birth Of Death (Pamphlet No. 14)

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