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Alien Existence
by Philip Best

Alien Existence is a disquieting selection of original artworks and all-new text by Philip Best. Amplifying the dark themes of recent Consumer Electronics albums such as Estuary English and Dollhouse Songs, ‘Alien Existence’ charts the shattered psychic landscape of the early 21st century in all its eerieness, wonder and confusion. Stunningly printed in full colour and accompanied by a wide-ranging and provocative interview with Best by fellow artist Martin Bladh, 'Alien Existence’ is sure to both disturb and enchant.

The book includes 40 pages of Best's creative writings, over 200 colour reproductions and an extensive interview with the artist conducted by Martin Bladh.

Standard Edition

Hardbound, 260 pages, 210 x 280mm

ISBN 978-0-9927366-5-1

Edition limited to 200 copies

Collector's Edition

Collector's Edition of 28 copies includes a book and one original artwork.


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About the author
Philip Best

Philip Best is an English collage artist and pioneer of power electronics music. Since 1982 Best has written and recorded music with Whitehouse, Ramleh and Skullflower, and more recently with his long-running solo project Consumer Electronics, releasing Estuary English (2014) and Dollhouse Songs (2015). He has performed on numerous occasions in the USA, Japan, Australia and throughout Europe. In 1998, Best published his doctoral thesis at Durham University entitled Apocalypticism in the Fiction of William S. Burroughs, J.G. Ballard and Thomas Pynchon, and later received a doctorate in English literature. He has also released two books with collage artworks entitled American Campgrounds (Creation Books, 2010) and most recently Alien Existence on Infinity Land Press (2016).

Best now lives in Texas and publishes chapbooks under the Amphetamine Sulphate imprint.

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