Mousse #32.

Posted in magazines on February 25th, 2012
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Mousse #32.

Starring by Antonio Scoccimarro

Stan Douglas Midcentury Disco by Monika Szewczyk
Barbara Hammer The Screen as the Body by Elisabeth Lebovici

Lost & Found Hollis Frampton: Excerpts from the Last Interview by Bruce Jenkins

What’s Alternative? Alternative to What? “Thanks, but no thanks.” by Thomas Boutoux. Curated by Vincenzo de Bellis

Portfolio – Theaster Gates The New Revolutionary by Michele Robecchi

Talking About A Handful of Clay: Miscellaneous Remarks on Ceramics et al. by Dieter Roelstraete

Talking About Abbey Road by Nick Currie

Mark Handforth & Mark di Suvero I, Too, Enjoy Bending Steel

Talking About The New International by Kate Fowle and João Ribas

Eddie Peake Negative Space by Vincent Honoré

Aaron Angell Nearly Abstract by Adnan Yildiz

Natalie Czech Hidden Poems by Gigiotto Del Vecchio


BOOKS by Stefano Cernuschi

Tom McCarthy Commodius Vicus of Recirculation by Francesco Manacorda

Berlin – Yngve Holen Metaphors of Ideas by Timo Feldhaus

London – Sarah Lucas What do you want in your face? by Nicholas Cullinan

New York – Iman Issa Five Questions about the Specific Concerns of Formal Ideas by Mai Abu ElDahab

Los Angeles – Californian State of Mind A conversation between Lynn Hershman, Martha Rosler, Allen Ruppersberg, Karen Moss, Constance Lewallen, Stephen Kaltenbach, and Jens Hoffmann

Sam Durant & Luis Camnitzer The Church of Ethical Cynicism

Charlemagne Palestine Doing Adventures by Hans Ulrich Obrist

Talking About Untitled (September 11), 2011 by Jens Hoffmann and Peter Eleey

REPRINT The Main Things Which Seem to Me Important.. by Céline Condorelli

Talking About The Assistants by Fionn Meade

Cheyney Thompson Impoog by Nicolás Guagnini

Stephan Dillemuth & David Robbins Independent Imagination

D 7€


Translated By – Charles Arsène-Henry and Shumon Basar (Eds.)

Posted in literature, Motto Berlin store, writing on March 31st, 2011
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Translated By – Charles Arsène-Henry and Shumon Basar (Eds.)

Douglas Coupland, Rana Dasgupta, Hu Fang, Julien Gracq, Jonathan Letham, Tom McCarthy, Guy Mannes Abbott, Sophia Al Maria, Hisham Matar, Adania Shibli, Neal Stephenson

Translated By accompanies the exhibition at the AA, which gathers eleven literary writers and eleven literary-places and subjects these to an act of immaterial translation: via the voice. The stories run through Ramallah, recollect turn of the century Sofia, remember the space-ship looking-Sheraton Hotel in Doha, wander through the ‘Metaverse’ and end at the end of the world in West Vancouver. Each of the authors invent or interpret place. Mundane, marginal, infamous, impossible. Together, the texts create a strange and beautiful territory that traverses distance and time. Includes essays by Charles Arsène-Henry and Shumon Basar.

February 2011
10.5 x 17.5 cm, 144 pages, b/w, softcover
ISBN 978-1-907414-17-6
Published by Bedford Press

D 11.50 €