Gnommero was a series of thematic pamphlets co-edited by Sarah Tripp, Eona McCallum and myself that provided space for artists and writers to respond to Italo Calvino’s thoughts on literary qualities in writing practice – lightness, quickness, exactitude, visibility, multiplicity – as published in the 1988 publication 'Six Memos for the Next Millennium'.

I co-edited Visibility (published in October 2013) and curated its launch, during which my own submission was performed with poet Lila Matsumoto. Visibility appeared at the LA Art Book Fair 2014, the New York Art Book Fair 2014 and Publish and be Damned is Dead! Long Live Publish and be Damned, London.

The final Gnommero pamphlet, Multiplicity, was launched on 15 May 2015 at CCA. Along with the performance of my work All that was there was below, the launch featured presentations from ten other contributors.

All five pamphlets were compiled in a special edition run of Collections. Sold in order to fund the launch of the last volume, the collection featured a specially designed printed envelop.