Naked Thoughts tries to connect what was thought with what is going on. As an open space where it is possible to bridge fragments, reflections, speculations, complaints, wishes. Sharing texts from different fields and moments, chosen for their concern with questions around equality, freedom and the search for new political behavior in our daily life.
In opposition to neoliberal, sexist, racist and conservative thoughts and attitudes, this first edition inaugurates the project with three texts; The Right To Be Lazy, 1883, Paul Lafague, The Solar Anus, 1931, Georges Bataille and Here be Dragons, 1985, James Baldwin.
As small books in A5/A6 formats printed and bound by hand, each edition (a box) contains 3 books. The idea of the project is to spread the thoughts that the books contain.