Tags: Carroll / Fletcher, Constant Dullaart
Tags: Carroll / Fletcher, Constant Dullaart
This catalogue covers the exhibition “Shinro Ohtake: Okusoku – Velocity of Memory” and contains seven illustrated booklets reflecting the exhibition composed of seven sections, one booklet of text information, one poster of his works in Setouchi, one booklet of the installation view and one DVD of his video work, all put into a needle felted bag with the cloth tag on which the title is printed.
- Booklet of text information: B5, vertical / 16p in black and white / adhesive binding
- Illustrated booklet 1: Distant Views of Memories: smaller than A5, modified, vertical / 16p in color + 6p in black and white / side stitching
- Illustrated booklet 2: Afterimages – Inner Exposures: A5, modified, vertical / 24p in color + 4p in black and white / saddle stitching
- Illustrated booklet 3: Africa – Reverberating Memories: smaller than A5, modified, vertical / 40p in color + 6p in black and white / saddle stitching
- Illustrated booklet 4: Japanese Views – Scenes From Inside And Outside: smaller than A5, modified, vertical / 32p in color + 6p in black and white / saddle stitching
- Illustrated booklet 5: Paste – Things That Are Already There And Layers of Memories: smaller than B5, modified, vertical / 32p in color + 6p in black and white / saddle stitching
- Illustrated booklet 6: Handmade books – Body and Books: smaller than B5, modified, horizontal / 20p in color + 10p in black and white / adhesive binding
- Illustrated booklet 7: Sketchbooks – Everyday Landscapes: smaller than A5, modified, horizontal / 36p in color + 10p in black and white / adhesive binding
- Poster: Works in Setouchi, 1994-2013 / B4 / in special color / 2p / half fold
- Booklet of the installation view: B5, vertical / 16p in color + 2p in black and white / saddle stitching
- DVD: Uwajima, 2013 / DVD-video / all region / NTSC / 21min / in color / silent / printed and pressed in Taiwan
Shinro Ohtake: Okusoku – Velocity of Memory
Tags: #1, Christodoulos Panayiotou, class, Damian Griffiths, Fay Nicolson, Florian Auer, Hannah Sawtell, Hayley Dixon, Hedwig Houben, Heidi Kawai Smith, Jonathan Miles, Relief, Relief Press
Relief #1 / Class
This publication originally started as a discussion between artists, the preconceived idea was that the end product would be an exhibition. The proposal quickly turned into a document that outgrew the requirements for an exhibition format and became itself a display on paper. Printed publishing also has a slow steady pace at which objects are distributed, displayed and consumed and this seems to suit the general scope and concept of this project. The project will attempt to address the discourse of display in relation to contemporary practice, a discourse that has intensified from both sides of creative production and creative organisation over the last decade. This discourse has not as yet had a consistent printed platform that can provide a more frequent and interconnected place to exhibit. The creation of Relief is to establish somewhere for these displays to happen.
Issue #1 contributors :
Florian Auer, Hayley Dixon, Damian Griffiths, Hedwig Houben, Jonathan Miles, Fay Nicolson, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Hannah Sawtell, Heidi Kawai Smith, Heidi Kawai Smith
Flat Time House is pleased to announce the publication of the second issue of NOIT, FTHo’s creative journal published in conjunction with Camberwell Press. NOIT–2, guest edited by Lisa Le Feuvre, Head of Sculpture Studies at the Henry Moore Institute, considers how burning, an action predominant in Latham’s ideas, has been deployed by artists in various ways.
In addition, NOIT–2 Burning includes interviews with William Raban on Stephen Cripps, and with Annea Lockwood on her ‘Piano Burnings’; and visual contributions by artists Anthony McCall, Camila Sposati and Marlie Mul. Also included with NOIT is a DVD documenting a series of recent ‘Skoob’ performances undertaken as experiments in relation to the recent exhibition, God is Great (10 -19) – John Latham and Neal White at Portikus in Frankfurt.
Tags: Julia Rometti, Kunsthalle Basel, Victor Costales
vamoose, all cacti jut torrid nites. Julia Rometti, Victor Costales. Kunsthalle Basel.
This publication has been published on the occasion of the exhibition:
“vamoose, all cacti jut torrid nites” by Julia Rometti and Victor Costales
19.06.14 – 24.08.14
curated by Adam Szymczyk
Tags: Alex Gartenfeld, Anthony Yung, Elad Lassry, Hanne Mugaas, John Armleder, Kaleidoscope, NTS, Sarah Rifky
Kaleidoscope #21. Decoding Curating. Issue 21 – Summer 2014
HIGHLIGHTS: Alex Gartenfeld by Nicolás Guagnini; Sarah Rifky by Laura McLean Ferris; Hanne Mugaas by Gerd Elise Mørland; Anthony Yung by Pauline Yao; Luca Lo Pinto by Ilaria Gianni
MAIN THEME – DECODING CURATING: “Curating Non-Profit” moderated by Jason Hwang; “Curating Large Scale” moderated by Chris Sharp; “Curating The Internet” moderated by Karen Archey; “Curating The Gallery” moderated by Alessio Ascari
MONO: – John Armleder
Interview by Andrea Bellini; Essay by Jeanne Graff
REGULARS: Futura: Femi Adeyemi by Hans Ulrich Obrist; Pioneers: Bob Nickas by Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen; Panorama: Los Angeles by Jesi Khadivi; Producers: Stephan Trüby by Carson Chan; Vis-à-Vis: “The Art of Food” by Francesca Gavin
INSERTS: “Portraits of Society” curated by Nicholas Cullinan; Robert Mapplethorpe curated by Elad Lassry; “Coupling” curated by Piper Marshall
Price € 10.00
Tags: Bela Borsodi, Christopher Doyle, Davide Stucchi, Dirk Braeckman, Erika Verzutti, Ethel Brooks, Gianni Jetzer, Graeme Mitchell, Iran do Espirito Santo, Jac Leirner, Jennifer Jacquet, Ji-Had, Leah Whitman-Salkin, Luca Lo Pinto, Marcelo Gomes, Michael Borrëmans, Penelope Slinger, Rafael Carneiro, Rodrigo Matheus, Stephen Wong, toilet paper, White Zinefandel, Yoshi Sadeoka
A biannual publication by W/—— Projects (“With Projects”), White Zinfandel is devoted to the visual manifestation of food and culture produced within the lives of creative individuals. Interested in the intersections between the various creative fields, White Zinfandel is a continuation of this curatorial experiment, coupling food and art as a reliable means to provoke unexpected reactions, cravings and curiositites.
Each issue is dedicated to a food ‘theme’ and is launched with a curated dinner concepted by a chef who also reacts to the issue’s theme. The dinner itself is an opportunity to create a more immersive artistic experience for the invited community of fine artists, writers, architects, curators and designers.
White Zinfandel is not only a limited edition publication that is carefully curated every issue. It also houses services that include branding, marketing, and design consultation. We also concept innovative collaborative projects with other institutions, organizations and brands.
Contributors: Luca Lo Pinto, Davide Stucchi, Christopher Doyle, Dirk Braeckman, Ji-Had, Gianni Jetzer, Jac Leirner, Iran do Espirito Santo, Marcelo Gomes, Rodrigo Matheus, Ethel Brooks, Leah Whitman-Salkin, Jennifer Jacquet, Graeme Mitchell, Stephen Wong, Rafael Carneiro, Toilet Paper, Penelope Slinger, Bela Borsodi, Yoshi Sadeoka, Michael Borrëmans, Erika Verzutti
Price: € 20.00
To celebrate the launch of Dodo Magazine issue #2, we’re inviting you to a special celebration at Motto Berlin. We will set up a temporary exhibition about the history of time capsules along with the official Dodo Time Capsule. You can bring along any small object you’d like to put inside. We will photograph and document all the objects and they will appear in Dodo’s “Future” issue. These objects and the magazines will be inside the time capsule until April 2024. Then it shall be opened and the magazines will be delivered to their ten-year-older owners. The objects collated at the launches in Berlin and Madrid will remain in the time capsule and be buried somewhere secret forever, so it can be discovered again in three thousand years by some future living being, giving information about what we were like. What small object do you want to be remembered by in the future?
Dodo Magazine Issue 2:
This unusual experiment in publishing aims to remind people to maintain their spontaneous, lively spirit in years to come. Buyers of the current issue will receive the first half of the magazine, ‘Present’, on the day of purchase, and then can provide as many contact details as possible in order to be found again in April 2024 to receive their ‘Future’ magazine. Readers will also receive a letter written by themselves to their future selves.
“Present” Issue summary:
This issue celebrates the time now with content aimed to wake up your inner child. Inside you will find a guide to the stars, tips to pass unnoticed, an interview with Audrey, the plant of the little shop of horrors, an adventure bazaar, unexpected plants, a history of high fives, an interview with Hungry Castle, a trip to Pangea, pictures from Tobu World, a thorough guide to keeping a stick insect as a pet, the story about the strange inhabitants of Mecerreyes, the definitive article about Muppets creator Jim Henson, an adventure in finding Big Foot, a guide to survive a curse, and even more… The content is fully made by amazing collaborators from all over the world, Adam J. Kurtz, Aitor Saraiba, Álvaro Mingo, Bandid8, Bubi Canal, Cristina Velar, David Méndez Alonso, Emo Díaz, Enrique del Rivero Cuesta, Felipe Olaya, Gonzalo Baró, Ian Edgehill, James Clapham, Jan Buchczik, Lauren Ingram, Lilly Friedeberg, Lucía Martín, Miguel Ángel Belando, Noa Snir, Popy Blasco, Roc Canal, Rosa Soro, Rut Briones, Saria Dy, Sean Ford, Tak Tokio, Teresa Fernández, Thom Lambert, etc…
“Future” Issue summary:
The “Future” issue is a magazine exclusively made to be read in 2024. The topics included will discuss the future but with the key of the past. There will be an interview with a fortune teller about what life will be like in 2024, so when we read the Future issue we’ll finally find out whether or not they are a fake. Articles about time machines and time capsules, a guide on what to do if the future is not what you expected, and many surprises that you will be just able to read if you order it now. This double issue is a limited edition because we will have to undertakeplenty of research in the future to find all of the owners. So be fast and don’t stay without your copy.
Tags: Christian Vialard, vinyl
Neukalm. Christian Vialard. Grautag Records.
Mixed and produced by Frederic Bigot at the Padded Cell in Berlin.
Mastered by Norsq
Front, back and inside sleeve: Nicolas Moulin
how a mosquito operates. Mahony. Broken Dimanche Press.
With texts by John Holten and Sophie Kaplan
Design: Dorothea Brunialti
Mahony was founded 2001 in Vienna, Austria Stephan Kobatsch, *1975 Vienna, Austria Clemens Leuschner, *1976 Göttingen, Germany Jenny Wolka, *1978 Cologne, Germany
Much of Mahony´s artistic production derives from well known and unknown historical facts. This kind of appropriation in Mahonyterms always means questioning, transforming, translating, re-associating and reactivating the chosen topic. With this process they form new rhizomatic nets making connections from past to present, paths that go across geographical and historical zones, social and political contexts. They alienate the viewer by translating found material from ancient times into ours or from one culture into another. At the beginning of a project oftentimes stands a journey to places like Yucatan (2011), Ushuaia (2009) and Brasil (by cargoship, 2009). Therefore works that emerge in public space or in the countryside are later continued in the studio and vice versa. The media and material that
Mahony works with video, photo, print, collage, sculpture, performance, urban intervention and installation. (Victoria Dejaco, 2012 /Deutsche Übersetzung folgt) Most recently they have exhibited in Art Basel, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, La Criée, centre d’art contemporain, Rennes and in spring 2014 they have a solo show at Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna
The Irish writer, artist and publisher, John Holten (b.1984) studied at University College Dublin and the Sorbonne-Paris IV before obtaining an MPhil from Trinity College Dublin. His novel The Readymades was published in 2011, and most recently he has written fictional or immersive texts for the artists Mahony, Natalie Czech, Darri Lorenzen, Jani Ruscica, Lorenzo Sandoval and The LGB Group. His work has been included at Center, Berlin, Malmö Konsthall, The White Building London, David Zwirner Gallery New York (with Aengus Woods) and NGBK Berlin, amongst other places. In 2011 he received a Literature Bursary from the Irish Arts Council. His video commercials for his next novel Oslo, Norway have been exhibited in Plan B Gallery and Team Titanic, Berlin and an extract appeared in the first issue of the journal Gorse in spring 2014. www.johnholten.com
Publisher: Broken Dimanche Press