directors

jefferson small

is a london based designer, photographer and curator who has has a doctorate in Ethnology. His on going research involves the classification of types (as developed from Aristotelian and scholastic philosophies). He has travelled widely lecturing on museum taxonomies and is also preparing a book length photographic essay on the function and ideology of museum cartographies. In 2000 he set up Dedecus Press with Jefferson Small and Thomasz Stephenson and has overseen the ongoing publication of the multivolume Dedecus Picture Archive and the Dedecus Dictionary.

tomasz stephenson

is a writer, translator, archivist and lecturer. He has a doctorate in philosophy and his current ongoing research involves tracing the history of the concept of the possible within political and social discourses. He stood for election as an independent in the Oldham East and Saddleworth by election in 2011 and he recently published a series of articles on market valuations and the global economy. In 2000 he set up Dedecus Press with Jefferson Small and Thomasz Stephenson and has overseen the ongoing publication of the multivolume Dedecus Picture Archive and the Dedecus Dictionary.

stephen mcneilly

is a London based publisher/editor/writer whose research-lead practice includes photography, writing, filmmaking, installation, curating and book publishing. In addition to his work for Deduces Press, Stephen is also currently the Executive Director/Museum Director at the Swedenborg Society, London. He overseas the Society’s publishing, educational and cultural programme including its Artist Residency and Swedenborg Short Film Festival. He is also the series editor of its academic Journal and the Swedenborg Archive series. He lectures occasionally in Art and Philosophy, and has previously lectured at the University of Creative Arts (Canterbury); Central St Martins (London) and Wimbledon School of Art (London).

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