mat.zine #10


The challenge for this edition was one of finding honesty in the physical intimacy of the everyday, in the building blocks of our environment. The contributors have explored this theme by emptying their pockets, poeticizing and dancing in the streets.

Maria Teresa Houar’s Dance score for understanding brick can be viewed here.

Editor: Ryan McLoughlin


Close – Alexander Pearson

The everynight – André Ford

The city is like a large House – Cameron McEwan

Olde English Buff – Cany Ash

Kentucky Homily – Megan Kelley

South/Alabama – Megan Kelley

Untitled – Ada Jušic

Scaffolding – Jonathan Marks

The grindstone – Ryan McLoughlin

Josef, Jorge and the bezold effect – Seán McAlister

Who asked you? – Esme Fieldhouse & Stephen mackie

London brick works – Christopher Cox

Art house power – Sharm Murugiah

Building blocks for building blocks – Chris Pendrich

Dance score for understanding brick – Maria Teresa Houar

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  1. […] the result. The accompanying text connects the process to the theme of the current edition, Brick, Matzine #10. This submission embodies matzines current direction; efficient production and representation of […]

  2. […] Guy Woodhouse – taken from Domestic Exotic, matzine #8 – with Ada Jušić’s contribution to Brick, matzine […]

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