Disorientations.com is Travis Jeppesen.
Travis Jeppesen is a novelist, poet, art critic, and playwright. He is the author of the critically acclaimed novel Victims. Jeppesen’s second novel, Wolf at the Door (Twisted Spoon Press), appeared in 2007. In 2006, BLATT Books published a collection of poetry, Poems I Wrote While Watching TV; a second collection, Dicklung & Others, appeared in November 2009.
2008 saw the release of Disorientations: Art on the Margins of the “Contemporary,” a book collecting Jeppesen’s writings on Central and Eastern European art, and the launch of disorientations.com, a “one-man art magazine.”
On October 13, 2011, after a rather lagging period, he announced that disorientations.com would thenceforth be dedicated to exploring his new concept of object-oriented writing.
Jeppesen’s writings on art and literature have appeared in Artforum, Bookforum, Flash Art, New York Press, Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art, Review of Contemporary Fiction, Dazed & Confused, Zoo Magazine, and The Stranger, among other publications.
Between 2002 and 2006, Jeppesen lived in Prague, where he and author Joshua Cohen co-edited the Prague Pill (2002-2003), the Prague Literary Review (2005), and BLATT (2006-2007.) He is a member of the Czech Journalists’ Syndicate. A contributing editor to the online literary journal 3ammagazine.com, Jeppesen lives in London and Berlin.
His novel, The Suiciders, will be published by Semiotext(e) in 2013.
Disorientations was designed by Mario Dzurila.
Disorientations, the book, can be ordered here.