Work.Master puts a strong emphasis on artist's books and different forms of individual and collective book production and publishing practices. 

  • A-SIDES, A cosmology of audio editions by artists around the Arc Lémanique region. Paperback, 223 p. Edited by Laurent Schmid and Roxane Bovet. With John Armleder, Francis Baudevin, Mathieu Copeland, Jonathan Frigeri, Stéphane Kropf.
    The publication was conceived in the context of a research project on artist's records in the Lake Geneva region and the history of artistic encounters and exchanges generating sound productions. The produced works, as well as the methods of exploration of this international network, formed the basis of this anthology of artists’ sound publications.
    A-sides gives an insight into the conditions and motivations that give rise to the creation of sound recordings as an art form and explores the ambiguity of the relationship between the current technological context, which is moving towards dematerialization, and the persistence of sound practices distributed on tangible recording media. Co-published with Clinamen 2020, design by AMI.
  • In parallel, a series of vinyl records was produced. (with Hannah Weinberger, Karl Holmqvist, Anne Le Troter, and John Armleder & Parker Williams)
  • PAVILLIONESQUE II, the magazine edited by Paulina Olowska, and conceived together with the students of her Lab.Zone, featuring Joanka Zet Drella's essay about Unica Zürn (artist and author of the novellas The Man of Jasmine, Dark Spring, and The Trumpets of Jericho). Also in this issue: Mai-Thu Perret (artist and author of the artist's novel The Crystal Frontier) and Georgina Starr (artist and author of the artist's novel The Discreet Dash). The premiere of the magazine took place on June 8 at the Sculpture Garden Genève in the form of performance ' 7 ingredients of pavilionesque
  • THICK KOMPAKT an audio cassette (56 mins) of a radio opera orchestrated by Celine Aernoudt, Melanie Akeret, Zoé Aubry, Lorraine Baylac, Angélique Dalla-Torre, Aurélie Dubois, Narc Norbert Hörler, Arttu Palmio, Julie Sando, Bruno Schaub, Laurent Schmid, Sara da Silva Santos, Tristan Thévenoz and Vanessa Urben. An intergalactic journey broadcast by LapTopRadio from one gee in fog.
  • LA RADIO SIAMO NOI  In the context of a revived interest in the medium of radio, the collective and self-organized project LapTopRadio ( with Laurent Schmid) explored the possibilities and the limits of an irregularly, unexpectedly and sporadically broadcasting internet radio in the perspective of fine arts with a specific approach—the studio followed the participants, musicians and events, and not the other way round. It thereby created a new basis with a as yet hardly known potential, which the project intended to probe. This was made possible thanks to the co-operation of all the participants and co-producers, speakers, interviewers and authors of the texts published here: Delphine Bedel, Francesco Bernardelli, Donatella Bernardi, Yann Chateigné, Alfredo Cramerotti, Nadia EL-Imam, Jonathan Frigeri, Kenneth Goldsmith, Lars Bang Larsen, Quinn Latimer, Andrea Marioni with Franco “Bifo” Berardi, Federica Martini, Ceel Mogami de Haas, Angelo Plessas, Laurent Schmid, Joël Vacheron with Tex Royale and Alexis Milne, Willem van Weelden, Giovanna Zapperi. POD and paperback, 265 p. Design by B&R, Bern. Co-published with LINK Editions, 2019.
    Together with the book there was also a vinyl [Abacus, with Ergo Phizmiz, Scanner, Delmore fx, Felix Kubin, Jealousy Party,  Johnny Haway] and a audiocassette [A Message to the international Hacker Community by Goodiepal]  produced. Co-published with Razoff.
  • ORACLES. ARTIST'S CALLING CARDS Softcover, 320p The book presents 123 calling cards of artists (painters, sculptors, photographers, architects, graphic designers, illustrators etc.) from the 18th century to the present day. The facsimiled cards are slipped like bookmarks into a book by several authors on the history of the use of calling cards, the social context in which they were produced, and related historical and fictional narratives. Edited by Pierre Leguillon ad Barbara Fédier. Designed by Clovis Duran. Co-Published by HEAD–Genève and  Editions Patrick Frey, Zurich
  • REHAB – with Tobias Kaspar; Compiled by Bianca Benenti, Denise Bertschi, Ashley Cook, Isaac Contreras, Philip Pilekjær, Seyoung Yoon
  • THE EXHIBITION OF A FILM, a book by Mathieu Copeland accompaining the film of the same name, result of a research project. What would an exhibition be like if we changed the environment from the gallery, museum, or Kunsthalle, to that of the cinema? 456 pages, co-published with Les Presses du Réel, design by Nicolas Eigenheer and Jeremy Schorderet, 2015
  • Living in the Theme Park – with Urs Lehni, Stefan Wagner and Sabrina Fernández, Quentin Lannes, Caroline Momo and Emma Souharce
  • IF BOA VISTA / SI BOA VISTA - Avec Simon Collet, Maud Constantin, Camille Dumond, Sabrina Fernandez, Simon Haenni, Aurélie Jacquet, Aldric Lamblin, Quentin Lannes, Mathilde Lehmann, Sarah Margnetti, Pierre Szczepski, Seyoung Yoon, Armando Andrade Tudela
  • Artist Block? Artist Walk!
    done in the context of Jennifer Allen's Lab.Zone 
    ca. 180 pages, 28.7 x 19.4 cm, 60 Ex. risography, 2013, design coordinated by Barbara Fedier, with the help of Boutheyna Bouslana and Elena Radice.
    with a text by Jennifer Allen and contributions by Stefan Botez, Pauline Cazorla, Mohammed Lazare Saïd Djeddaoui, Camille Dumont, Morgane Leclere, Carol L. & Julia B., Yeji Lee, Mathilde Lehmann, Nicole Murmann, Elena Radice, Seyoung Yoon
  • Pedro Reyes – Sanatorium Operations Manual
    Introduction by Yann Chateigné, with a conversation between Pedro Reyes and Laurent Schmid, interviews with the artist and Alejandro Jodorowsky, Alice W. Flaherty and Antanas Mockus and contributions by Work.Master/HEAD students.
    co-published with Ridinghouse, designed by B&R, Bern, 2013, 208 p.
  • Vue sur la mer, issue #26, HEAD Geneva
    Catalogue of a curatorial project by Romain Legros with the help of Vlado Alonso and Fouad Bouchoucha. Design by AMI, Geneva, 2013, 48p
    Introduction by Yann Chateigné, text by Dorothée Baumann, Lili Reynaud Dewar, Laurent Schmid, Guillaume Kaeser.
  • « A Choreographed Polyphony », an exhibition by Mathieu Copeland of 2011 where 3 persons read in its entirety the publication « An Exhibition to Hear Read (volume2) » during the opening hours of the gallery ‘Live In Your Head’. Comprising of pieces to be read by Marí Alessandrini, Sacha Béraud, Emma Bjornesparr, Jérémy Chevalier, Chloé Delarue, Kenneth Goldsmith, Anne-Sylvie Henchoz, Jean-Christophe Huguenin, Livia Johann, Tom Johnson, Franck Leibovici, Véronique Portal, Lili Reynaud Dewar, Tatiana Rihs, Daphné Roulin, Cally Spooner, Irena Tomažin, Anne Le Troter and Martina-Sofie Wildberger, this publication was a central part of the project.
    LapTopRadio recorded the readings:
  • Hard Copy: une série de publications développées dans le cadre de la Lab.Zone de la curatrice, artiste et enseignante Delphine Bedel.
    Hard copy  est une plateforme d’innovation, de recherche et d’édition consacrée au livre d’artiste. En publiant des livres d’artistes, en organisant des expositions, des séminaires et des cycles de conférences (avec Seth, Siegelaub, Daniel McClean, Dexter Sinister, etc.), Hard Copy a pour ambition de contextualiser et d’étendre cette recherche sur les plans historiques et théoriques. Co-published with Meta/Books, Amsterdam. Editions en 2010 / 2011 / 2012.