issue 1

 

The theme of the first issue centers on the magazine’s name, Neru Phuyt, meaning Shepherd of the Royal Anus in ancient Egyptian. A title held by the Pharaoh’s court physician who exclusively dealt with all enema related matters. The space between the pages becomes a place where the savage and the civilized meet. A form of ‘antimony’ for makers who are occupied with salvaging, recycling and regurgitating image and narrative, preferring to adopt the effects of faith and imagination in place of reality.

issue 2

 

The theme of the first issue centers on the magazine’s name, Neru Phuyt, meaning Shepherd of the Royal Anus in ancient Egyptian. A title held by the Pharaoh’s court physician who exclusively dealt with all enema related matters. The space between the pages becomes a place where the savage and the civilized meet. A form of ‘antimony’ for makers who are occupied with salvaging, recycling and regurgitating image and narrative, preferring to adopt the effects of faith and imagination in place of reality.