Apeirophobia is a book about thresholds, a musing on the passing of things from one form to another. Edited by Kihlberg & Henry in collaboration with designer James Langdon, this book conjoins elements of a series of commissioned texts and the work of Kihlberg & Henry to create a visual and textual exploration of forms of production, representation and publishing.
To mark the passing of the ideas and processes behind the book into its published (physical) form, thirty copies of Apeirophobia were launched into the air and shot by a professional marksman.

Edited by Karin Kihlberg & Reuben Henry.
Designed and Co-edited by James Langdon.
With texts by Emma Cocker, Brian Dillon, Mladen Dolar, Eli Noé.
Published by VIVID 2011
195 x 130mm 128 pages B&W softcover
ISBN 978-0-9552483-4-4 / £10

PDF – Art Monthly Review by Colin Perry.

Apeirophobia is distributed by MOTTO in Berlin and is also available at the following UK outlets:
X Marks The Bökship – London
South London Gallery – London
Whitechapel Gallery – London
Eastside Projects – Birmingham
Ikon Gallery – Birmingham
Aye-Aye Books – Glasgow
Limited edition shot book and video are available at X Marks The Bökship and Aye-Aye Books.

Funded by The National Lottery through Arts Council England and The Henry Moore Foundation.
Book Launch film supported by Wysing Arts Centre.