The Critical Mass of Mediation. Søren Andreasen & Lars Bang Larsen (eds.). Internationalistisk Ideale

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Today mediation is a cultural given: an environment, a rhythm, a force. It is a modality for easy exchange, with no apparent beginnings or ultimate reason. In this realm of the possible, means and ends get mixed up, while absolutes can only be approached timidly.

2. edition 2014, 400 copies

Expanded version of the sold-out original from 2012 with a new introduction, additional text pieces and found imagery.

Graphic Design: Louise Hold Sidenius

**each copy has a unique cover**


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Manifesta Journal #12

Posted in art, magazines, writing on November 14th, 2011
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Manifesta Journal #12

Manifesta Journal is an international journal focusing on the practices and theories of contemporary curatorship. Manifesta Journal explores and analyzes current developments in curatorial work, in correspondence with the evolution of the Manifesta Biennial over the course of the past decade. The main aim of the journal is to give a stronger voice to an up-and-coming group of (non-) institutional curators, intellectuals, theorists and critics, and to function as a platform for the articulation and discussion of their positions within a pan-European and transcontinental context.
Justified by what is now the “stable” status of the curator, by the diversity within the broader community of professional curators and by the network of curatorial schools, programs and courses in Europe and beyond, Manifesta Journal intends to continue stimulating the establishment of curatorial self-reflection and investigation.

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