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The multidimensional readings are not restricted to the active apparatus of law and discipline, but instead seek to unravel the synchronies of our times—the mesh of injustice in our midst. The presentation of some fifty works is not necessarily categorically or linearly organized; rather, it appears completely free of hierarchy, with photographic styles, subjects, and techniques displayed on equal footing. First Things First emphasizes a juxtapositional approach, a dynamic and free arrangement of various subjects and styles. Through multiple exchanges between members of thirty-two Huni Kuin communities in Brazil, this publication brings together threads from anthropology, art, and science that are interwoven, like the movement of a serpent, with essay contributions, oral histories, drawings, and traditional song.
At the heart of this collection are three provocative texts extracted from important artworks by Rosen, offered here as genre-defying literature at the intersection between reality and fiction, speculative narrative and historical-political critique, humor and eroticism. Omar Berrada Ed. This publication is conceived as a parallel exhibition in book form, and contains original interventions by and in collaboration with the artists.
Armen Avanessian Overwrite Ethics of Knowledge—Poetics of Existence The original ideals of the Enlightenment research university and the rise of aesthetics in modernity have been decisive in shaping neoliberal capitalism. How, then, might we endeavor to change the academic status quo? Philosopher and political theorist Armen Avanessian argues that the ethical dimension of knowledge can produce a new reality. Looking beyond aesthetics and its critical imagination, can the speculative poetics of collaborative writing free us from the dominant regime of the academy and, by extension, the art world?
It examines the space of arrival as a complicated and disjointed nexus between departure, displacement, and return. In a present moment teeming with erosions—where even history and the human are called into question— Cultural Revolution: Aesthetic Practice after Autonomy reconsiders these changing values, for relegating such notions safely to the past betrays their possibilities for potential today.
Minouk Lim United Paradox What role does historiography play in the formation of the present? How does contemporary experience inform the commemoration of historical events or lack thereof? Minouk Lim explores history in the present tense—its media representation, collective memory, ritual, and trauma—through her exhibition, publication, and broadcasting station United Paradox. The collaboration is structured around Maiwar Performance, in which the CityCat ferries that ply the Brisbane River Maiwar execute unannounced maneuvers near a site of significance to the Aboriginal people who lived on the lands around Brisbane before British colonization in the early nineteenth century.
Helke Bayrle Portikus Under Construction, — In , Helke Bayrle began videotaping the installation of each exhibition at the Portikus exhibition space. These videos form a remarkable and intimate archive of the storied Frankfurt contemporary art institution and the exceptional artists and personnel that have worked within it. The Flood of Rights It is difficult to imagine making claims for human rights without using images. For better or worse, images of protest, evidence, and assertion are the lingua franca of struggles for justice today.
And they seem to come in a flood, more and more, day and night. But through which channels does the torrent pass? The Flood of Rights examines the pathways through which these images and ideas circulate—routes that do not merely enable, but actually shape human-rights claims and their conceptual background. Taken together the works are a collection and an archive of time shown in modern images, raising questions on how we contemplate ideas of nature.
Categories such as living ceramics, food advice, ghostology, synesthesia, and transformation are woven throughout the book, giving unique insight into the ideas and imagination that are part of the work itself. Luca Lo Pinto Ed. Marcus Verhagen Flows and Counterflows Globalisation in Contemporary Art Over the past quarter century, artists have made powerful interventions in debates around globalisation, addressing various dimensions of cross-border exchange, from mass migration to the dynamics of translation, and devising new ways of conceptualising them.
At least not without magic. And a touch of trickery. Robert Stadler, Alexis Vaillant Eds. Devised largely in response to the gradual breakdown of the divide between art and design that began over a century ago, this book sheds light on the ways that the concept of the thing as idea has been considered over time. However, at the last minute the project was censored by the Chinese Cultural Bureau, turning what was to be an investigation of libraries and the institutional sharing of culture into an intimate reflection on power and censorship, political art, and the historical experiences shared across formerly divided Germany and the two Koreas.
Joanna Warsza Ed. The ideological, economic, or ethically objectionable circumstances of certain biennials and art exhibitions have raised the question of whether to continue and, if so, under what circumstances, with what consequences, and to what ends? From to , biennials in Istanbul, St.
The contributions also look across and beyond the field of media art, staking out new paths for understanding and working in the transversal territories between theory, technology, and art. Jesse Birch Ed. Black Diamond Dust This publication expands a multisite contemporary art exhibition that took place in Nanaimo, British Columbia, a small city on the eastern edge of Vancouver Island.
The title refers to coal mining, an industry that has formed and fragmented communities through economic development, racial segregation, and labor inequity, while fueling the modern world. In this book, forgotten or under-acknowledged histories are investigated and discussed along with cultural forms that surround the practices of international coal mining. Contemporary artworks, poetry, essays, literature, folk songs, and archival images come together to extract meaning from this fossilized black carbon that continues to power our cities.
CATPC brings together a unique gathering of individuals—along with its members and partner institutions that are engaged in dialogue with it—and attempts to rethink postcolonial power relations within the global art world.
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EP Vol. Practitioners and theorists explore this strategy by pushing the debate into both speculative and real-fictitious terrains. Newly commissioned interviews, artist projects, and essays shed light on topics such as parafiction and algorithmic ambiguity. It is the first volume in a series of books that focuses on what is happening both inside and outside of the art institute. Cultures of the Curatorial 3 Hospitality: Hosting Relations in Exhibitions A curatorial situation is always one of hospitality.
This publication analyzes the curatorial within the current sociopolitical context, through key topics concerning immigration, conditions along borders, and accommodations for refugees. The contributions in this volume, by international curators, artists, critics, and theoreticians, deal with conditions of decontextualization and displacement, encounters between the local and the foreign, as well as the satisfaction of basic human needs.
The artist situates his paintings in complex interrelationships, where connections and relevancies are constantly reconfigured, forming a continuously growing web. Lydia Okumura Situations For almost fifty years, Lydia Okumura has explored the realm of geometric abstraction. She challenges our perception of space through sculptures, installations, and works on paper that blur distinctions between dimensions. Spaces of Commoning Artistic Research and the Utopia of the Everyday Spaces of Commoning: Artistic Research and the Utopia of the Everyday is the outcome of a research project pursued by a group of artists, architects, and social theorists.
In the face of an exhilarating politics of accumulation and dispossession, the group explores commoning as the subject as well as the means of its study. This has been a key undercurrent to a practice that spans painting, sculpture, video, and installation. Following the lure of the fringes, the artist culls her imagery from fan-gore magazines, true-crime TV shows, fetish websites, obscure online forums, and hidden chat rooms tucked away in the darker reaches of the Web. Boris Groys Ed. Martin Herbert Tell Them I Said No This collection of essays by Martin Herbert considers various artists who have withdrawn from the art world or adopted an antagonistic position toward its mechanisms.
Providing a counterargument to this concept of self-marketing, Herbert examines the nature of retreat, whether in protest, as a deliberate conceptual act, or out of necessity. By illuminating these motives, Tell Them I Said No offers a unique perspective on where and how the needs of the artist and the needs of the art world diverge. Hannah Rickards Grey light Left and right back, high up, two small windows Grey light. Left and right back, high up, two small windows is a major new work by London-based artist Hannah Rickards commissioned by Fogo Island Arts.
Anthony Downey Ed. Future Imperfect Contemporary Art Practices and Cultural Institutions in the Middle East Future Imperfect critically examines the role played by cultural institutions in producing present-day and future contexts for the production, dissemination, and reception of contemporary art in the Middle East and North Africa. It offers historical contexts for discussions that have become increasingly urgent in recent years—the role of culture in a time of conflict and globalization—and an in-depth critique of the state of cultural institutions in an age of political upheaval, social unrest, exuberant cultural activity, ascendant neoliberal forms of privatization, social activism, and regional uncertainty.
Since , however, her main focus and passion has been painting. The title of this publication describes the main focus of her work: the still life. Texts by writers and artists and an interview with Du Pasquier provide an informative and subjective view of her artistic practice. The diversity of voices in this publication mirrors the complexity of the region itself: its various curatorial spaces, infrastructures, and political systems.
Welcome to Transciency Preis der Kunsthalle Wien Addressing possible configurations of art and nature, Margit Busch, recipient of the Kunsthalle Wien Prize , created a laboratory-cum-experiment that included mealworms and beetles that consume, and thus recycle, polystyrene plastic. Andrej Polukord The Sarcophagus Preis der Kunsthalle Wien Andrej Polukord, corecipient of the Kunsthalle Wien prize, draws on painting, installation, performance, and video art to create unpredictable environments and absurd situations that produce double meanings and ambiguity.
Polukord installed The Sarcophagus at Kunsthalle Wien, an environment that takes the form of a cave. In this installation mushrooms grow from the ceiling of the Kunsthalle, transforming the gallery into the space of an inverted forest floor. Hubs and Fictions On Current Art and Imported Remoteness Hubs and Fictions , originally a touring forum, invited international curators, writers, and producers to probe how fiction plays out in a globally distributed art-world ecology, and how infrastructures are invented against its background.
The book functions as a deliberately discontinuous reader; it juxtaposes documents, negotiations, and reflections from and on these conversations. Monica Ross Ethical Actions A Critical Fine Art Practice British artist Monica Ross — left behind forty years of socially engaged, feminist, and performative artwork, which has had a deep effect on contemporary art and society. Boris Groys Particular Cases This collection of essays does not aim to illustrate a prefabricated theory of art, but rather follows the impulses given by artworks themselves.
Philosopher and art critic Boris Groys writes about significant artists and artworks of the last century that have pushed his thinking and writing in a new direction. His striking and original arguments do not try to substitute the singular content or message of an artwork. Rather, the writings are inspired by art as a mind-changing practice—as if contemporary artists, completely secularized, can still produce a sort of conversion within the spectator. Jan Paul Evers, Leon Kahane, Jumana Manna ars viva The ars viva Prize has been awarded annually since to young artists living in Germany whose work stands out for its innovative potential and high artistic quality.
These objects consist of collapsible and modular furniture-like elements, as well as seemingly nonfunctional sculptures made of light materials Karina Mendreczky Preis der Kunsthalle Wien With delicate lyricism, Karina Mendreczky creates fictional landscapes using light and shadow. Silhouettes of acrylic trees, whose details were hand-carved with an etching needle, were projected onto the back wall of the gallery to create the impression of actual large-format drawings.
Signature Strengths The No-Frills book series was developed in the early s as a translation of the non-branding strategy of supermarket staples to mass-market genre fiction. An immediate response would be that contemporary art is an art of the present, that it somehow addresses and expresses the present. But what is this present? What constitutes the present present or the contemporary contemporary? This first book in the Contemporary Condition series introduces some of the key issues concerning contemporaneity as a defining condition of our historical present.
It thus acts as an extended preface to the series as a whole, calling for a rethinking of the deep structures of temporalization that render our present the way it is. This is approached through art and design practices that unfold this multiplicity of time, closely entwined with contemporary concerns in aesthetic theory, to understand and engage with the planetary time scales of slow environmental violence. Terry Smith The Contemporary Composition Can we speak of composition when we are in a state of unfathomable decomposition?
Art being made today defies coherent categorization, and the world presents itself, day after day, as spinning into confused chaos, structural disintegration, and violent disorder. Revising his well-known histories of contemporary art, Terry Smith argues that we must respond to the compelling need for coeval composition at a time defined by the contemporaneity of divisive difference.
This book traces how—despite many obstacles—visual artists across the globe are rising to this challenge. Listening is a political act, a pedagogical process, and an activity that can lead to the development of an organized protocol for engagement. In his art and research, Beirut-based artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan explores the perception of language, sound, and listening. National identity, human rights, and the administration of justice are recurrent themes in his work. The exhibition and publication are the first to present the work of Bennett since his death.
The works in the show tackle narratives from his own geographical region—Asia Pacific, in which his home country of Australia plays a colonial role—and weaves them into a bigger picture to take into account the global economy, resource extraction, and the ultimate power of the sun. Angela Bulloch, Maria Zerres Considering Dynamics and the Forms of Chaos This volume accompanies the eponymous exhibition at the Sharjah Art Museum—two parallel solo shows by Angela Bulloch and Maria Zerres brought together under one title, framed by the notion of entropy.
A key term that characterizes the movement toward chaos, entropy appears in a variety of fields such as physics, probability theory, sociology and information technology. Within contemporary art, entropy has emerged to refer to installations often associated with representations of order, disorder and information, and their homogeneity. Tirdad Zolghadr Traction Traction argues that contemporary art is defined by a moral economy of indeterminacy that allows curators and artists to imagine themselves on the other side of power. This self-positioning, in turn, leaves us politically bankrupt, intellectually stagnant, and aesthetically predictable.
In his memoir-polemic, curator and writer Tirdad Zolghadr candidly reflects on his own experiences and the work of others. Each person written about is represented by a letter, and when an object turns into a subject it is marked in bold. This book was written from the middle. The contents of these pages have been modified numerous times. Notes were taken, ideas were rewritten—the ones that survived bare the most essential guidelines and wisdom for life Shezad Dawood Kalimpong Kalimpong is an artist project in book form by the London-based artist Shezad Dawood.
There are explorers and spies, poets and travelers, lovers and strangers, princesses and humanoids, all strangely connected across the globe through this curious Indian town. David Harvey Abstract from the Concrete Marxist geographer David Harvey opened his lecture with a fact: between and China consumed 50 percent more cement than the United States had in the entire twentieth century. In Abstract from the Concrete , he asks why. They were frequently looted together with other valuables from Bosnian homes.
It was acquired at a public auction in It is missing volume number All over Europe, young people are occupying central public squares to demonstrate for more social justice. In Berlin, their agenda is different. The completists gathered at Alexanderplatz aspire for justice primarily on an intimate level. They believe that only when the redistribution of material wealth includes equal chances of finding sex and love—no matter how elderly, disabled, or ugly you are—communism will become real. Michalis Pichler Ed. Books and Ideas after Seth Siegelaub Books and Ideas after Seth Siegelaub spans an arc of tension between the works of Seth Siegelaub and contemporary cultural production.
It features an interview with Seth Siegelaub, two essays by Regine Ehleiter and Michalis Pichler, and an extensively illustrated catalogue with bibliographic details. Putting Rehearsals to the Test Practices of Rehearsal in Fine Arts, Film, Theater, Theory, and Politics Although the format of the rehearsal is used across a number of disciplines—film and theater as well as fine arts—it has been scarcely considered in historical and contemporary art discourses.
With this in mind, Putting Rehearsals to the Test investigates the role and function of the rehearsal as a methodology, modus operandi, medium, site of representation, and reflection on processes of artistic production. Samuel Bianchini, Emanuele Quinz Eds. How can it be analyzed, understood, theorized, experienced, and how can we conceive of works that possess the faculty of action and reaction to their environment and public?
The double-projection film installation is based on a script that borrows texts from American punk-poet Kathy Acker, as well as chats and materials by convicted whistle-blower Chelsea Manning that speak of her reasons for revealing nearly one million secret military and diplomatic documents through WikiLeaks, at the same time exposing her transgender identity to her superiors.
Through poetic gestures of appropriation and recombination, Boudry and Lorenz examine issues around gender, sexuality, the performance of identity, and the nature of collaboration.
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Demos Decolonizing Nature Contemporary Art and the Politics of Ecology While ecology has received little systematic attention within art history, its visibility and significance has grown worldwide in relation to the pressing threats of climate change, global warming, and environmental destruction. The festival has continuously produced projects with international artists that experiment with various institutional frameworks. This book is both a question and a manual, collecting ideas, knowledge and experiences that stem from the theory and practices developed over the past few years.
Producing images becomes akin to building infrastructure; her computer-generated bodies are imbued with power and put to work. This publication accompanies the first institutional solo show by Cooper, winner of the Schering Stiftung Art Award. Dysfunctional Comedy A Reader Dysfunctional Comedy documents a series of public events, performances, and workshops conceptualized by German-American artist Olav Westphalen and organized with different partners, mainly in Sweden, between and It is a solidary school by refugees, asylum seekers and migrants who contribute to the program as lecturers, consultants and researchers.
Abraham Adams, Lou Cantor Eds. The first volume, Language and Misunderstanding , addresses concretism and its discontents. The essays and performance texts herein argue for an expanded consideration of concretism in contemporary practices oriented toward the embodiment of language, in works that challenge the privileging of the body of the word over the body of the artist.
James Voorhies Ed. What Ever Happened to New Institutionalism? New Institutionalism , a mode of curating that originated in Europe in the s, evolved from the legacy of international curator Harald Szeemann, the relational art advanced by French critic and theorist Nicolas Bourriaud, and other influential factors of the time. These approaches posed other possibilities and futures for institutions and exhibitions, challenging the consensual conception, production, and distribution of art. For the exhibition, two complementary yet autonomous artists were brought into dialogue with each other: German artist and computer composer Florian Hecker, and the late American sculptor John McCracken.
He treats his paintings as objects, often created through more or less laborious, serial, or deterministic processes where time itself, as well as various external factors, become active cocreators in the making of the work. Cave 1—Territories Cave is a series of publications featuring commissioned and republished explorations, anecdotes, research, documents, case studies, essays, and scenarios on how to think and practice contemporary collecting.
The first issue of Cave looks into the territory of the public collection considering it both a semantic ground for institutional collecting as well as political and cultural infrastructure. Featuring essays on the highs and lows of the conceptual turn in poetics, avant-garde literary genealogies, and monographic pieces on Paul B. Preciado, Chris Kraus, and Pierre Guyotat, among others, Brutalist Readings explores the radical histories of writing, as well as its potential now.
Jens Hoffmann Ed. Charlemagne Palestine GesammttkkunnsttMeshuggahhLaandttttt Charlemagne Palestine works from a highly personal universe of ritual, intoxication, and shamanism. Over the last four decades the artist has created an extensive body of experimental musical compositions, bodily performances, and, in later years, visual artworks inhabited by stuffed animals.
Ina Blom The Autobiography of Video The Life and Times of a Memory Technology In her innovative take on early video art, Ina Blom considers the widespread notion that video technology was endowed with lifelike memory and agency. She follows the reflexive unfolding of an analog technology that seemed to deploy artists and artistic frameworks in the creation of new technical and social realities. Olivia Plender Rise Early, Be Industrious As the first significant overview of the work by artist Olivia Plender, this monograph navigates through the evolving attitudes to historical and contemporary forms of communication and education that her research-based practice has explored for the last ten years.
The art prize aims to put into practice and to question intra-Asia art connections, gaps, and combinations that build very active art scenes from specific contexts to ongoing extensions. The Archive as a Productive Space of Conflict The applied research project and publication The Archive as a Productive Space of Conflict deals with archival practice and its spatial repercussions.
Annette Gilbert Ed. Publishing as Artistic Practice What does it mean to publish today? In the face of a changing media landscape, institutional upheavals, and discursive shifts in the legal, artistic, and political fields, concepts of ownership, authorship, work, accessibility, and publicity are being renegotiated.
How the traditional publishing framework has been cast adrift, and which opportunities are surfacing in its stead, is discussed here by artists, publishers, and scholars through the examination of recent publishing concepts emerging from the experimental literature and art scene, where publishing is often part of an encompassing artistic practice. Developed over the past ten years of her practice, these works explore communication and interaction between individuals, often against the backdrop of a unique public location, in order to cast attention on repressed, incomplete, and unresolved histories.
Nav Haq Ed. Syntax and Society , the first volume, reflects on the exhibition premise that considered the structure and meaning of language and the role it plays in society, with a focus on the work of the three shortlisted artists, Dina Danish, Mahmoud Khaled, and Basir Mahmood while the second volume, Oh Shining Star Testify , focuses on the work of award-winning artist duo Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme.
It includes documentation of the eponymous exhibition at Rockbund Art Museum May 30—October 7, , along with detailed sketches of both existing and unrealized projects. Painting beyond Itself The Medium in the Post-medium Condition In response to recent developments in pictorial practice and critical discourse, Painting beyond Itself: The Medium in the Post-medium Condition seeks new ways to approach and historicize the question of the medium.
Reaching back to the earliest theoretical and institutional definitions of painting, this book—based on a conference at Harvard University in —focuses on the changing role of materiality in establishing painting as the privileged practice, discourse, and institution of modernity. Individual Stories Photographs, books, and knickknacks: artists collect a variety of objects. While artists generate personal collections, which often address different formal, aesthetic, or conceptual concerns, it is difficult to separate this activity from their artistic practices.
Over time, whether intended or not, such accumulations of items may become works of art. Individual Stories considers the collection as a portrait of its collector and also as an artistic method—as a process rather than an end result. This catalogue is a compilation of individual collections that could not be more different. Anchored in concerns that emerged in the late s and s, Welchman poses thoughtful and provocative questions about how these artists receive and negotiate the social and aesthetic histories through which they live and work.
Shahryar Nashat Obituary The subject of this book is a deceased prop, an object of a particular color, the green of cinematic trickery and special effects. Taking its final form a year later, the prop became properly known as La Shape. Felicity D. From now on, Bulletins of The Serving Library will proceed in full color and at half its former size but will be twice as good. Rare Earth Rare Earth is an attempt to define the spirit of an age. It helps local residents and others to shape their lifeworld and explore possibilities for action, instead of the usual experience of powerlessness and marginalization in the face of urban development.
Public Design Support offers free practical help in dealing with everyday problems while also helping to develop alternative conceptions of the city. This publication—which includes key project materials, scholarly essays, and significant historical texts—chronicles the aspirations, methods, and projects of the first four years of Public Design Support. Ull Hohn Foregrounds, Distances Ull Hohn: Foregrounds, Distances aims not only to offer the first comprehensive overview of his work, but also to contribute to a history of painting-based practices, which occupy a marginal place in the established narratives of the art of the s and s Suzana Milevska Ed.
On Productive Shame, Reconciliation, and Agency On Productive Shame, Reconciliation, and Agency prompts a unique crossdisciplinary inquiry into the productive potential of the affect of shame. This book contests the ontological understanding of shame and the psychoanalytical interpretation of it based on personal traumatic experiences linked to lack, loss, memory repression, and absence. Both rely on all manner of doubles, models, gimmicks, ruses, prototypes, and shock-and-awe campaigns to realize their propagandas of the deed, threat, and image.
Blurring reality and delusion, they collaborate on a literally psychotic politics of architecture. Tom Burr Anthology: Writings — Since the late s, Tom Burr has been reusing appropriation strategies in his art. Not confined to his photographic and sculptural works, they also lend momentum to many of his writings.
The artist creates assemblages of personal writings and sources, differing in nature and style, which he has used as both conceptual and aesthetic materials. Thirty-seven texts—works, poems, autobiographical texts, and portraits—have been compiled for the first time in this publication. A collection of electronic works by Dexter Sinister produced from to Dexter Sinister is the compound name of Stuart Bailey and David Reinfurt, who operate at the intersection of graphic design, publishing, and contemporary art.
The artist duo became watercolorists for the project, harping back to an early amateur pictorial tradition while basing their picture making on a range of quotidian and historical images culled from the Internet. In , she became the unsalaried Artist-in-Residence for the New York City Department of Sanitation, a position she still holds that enables her to introduce radical public art into an urban municipal infrastructure.
Cord Riechelmann, Brigitte Oetker Eds. In the world of contemporary art, animals now occupy center stage. She then invited nine artists to contribute to this narrative. Metahaven Black Transparency The Right to Know in the Age of Mass Surveillance Black transparency is an involuntary disclosure of secrets against a backdrop of systematic online surveillance, as large parts of contemporary life move into the digital realm.
A Journal of the Plague Year Expanded from a touring exhibition originated at Para Site in , this book critically analyzes historical and contemporary imaginations and politics of fear in the face of disease and the specter of contamination in society and culture. The contributions speak from a humanistic and global perspective, pointing to the intersections of urban environments and post-colonial psychology, popular culture and racism, public health and migration, national identity and art.
The artists present material they have collected since , focusing on the way that personal narratives are formed and articulated in a post-digital age. Moving through a wide range of formats, the book encompasses manifestos, music scores, forecasts, conversions, translations, architectural programs, and other difficult-to-categorize works.
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This is their conversation. Ingo Niermann Solution — Drill Nation Having furnished solutions for Germany and Dubai, Ingo Niermann takes a new look at what nationhood can mean and accomplish today, finding inspiration, of all places, in North Korea. By relying on drills and a principle of reduction, the individual can be granted a freedom for experiences and ideas that are not possible otherwise. Alhena Katsof, Dana Yahalomi Solution Double Agent The phenomenal performative relationship between the state and its cultural institutions was perhaps best exemplified when the declaration of the State of Israel was staged at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Solution Double Agent , authored by Alhena Katsof and Dana Yahalomi, presents a methodology, manual, and performance offered as a culmination of efforts by the Office of Strategy and Protocol.
It contains the necessary tools to activate Debriefing Sessions and in doing so trains future Agents in a series of one-to-one exchanges gathered from work in the field. Bulletins of The Serving Library 9 Summer Issue number nine tackles all manner of sports and games, providing commentary on their language, politics, and philosophies.
In between, the issue slaloms around bodybuilding, bridge, ice hockey, tennis, darts, golf, reporting, running, drugs, rock climbing, basketball, and Pong. Mai Abu ElDahab Ed. The Paris-based architects opened their lecture at Harvard University with a manifesto: study and create an inventory of the existing situation; densify without compressing individual space; promote user mobility, access, choice; and most importantly, never demolish.
Eyal Weizman The Roundabout Revolutions Critical Spatial Practice 6 One common feature of the wave of recent revolutions and revolts around the world is not political but rather architectural: many erupted on inner-city roundabouts. In her research, she explores—through the figures of James Joyce and Robert Walser—deviant literature, exploded language, the unconscious, and the notion of exile as inherent to artistic practice.
Sarah Entwistle Please send this book to my mother In Please send this book to my mother , artist Sarah Entwistle dismantles the traditional form of the architectural monograph and artist biography. In , the astounding personal effects of her grandfather, architect Clive Entwistle —76 , emerged from a Manhattan storeroom.
The year sees the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of Europe from Nazi totalitarianism. Only few witnesses of these past events are still alive at this time. Many events are known, many interpretations contested, but an encounter with contemporary art that focuses on historic sites in the landscape, and decides to interpret these sites differently, is unprecedented. Art in the Periphery of the Center Peripheries are profoundly ambiguous regions.
While trying to build a relationship with the center, the periphery often finds itself excluded both on a structural and actor-related level, no matter if the center-periphery model is defined in terms of space or along relations of power. The publication Art in the Periphery of the Center attempts to shift practices of thought toward both critical realism and new materialism.
At the end of the festival, the structure will be transported to Thailand and will be the first building block of a new workshop on the land. Using a large collection of magazine pages he had kept for inspiration, Fecteau arranged and rearranged them into formal and narrative relationships over the course of several months, and presented them in a simple black binder. May 04, Craig A Benoit rated it really liked it. Okay I think it is good but it needs more pirates. It also needs way more weapons. You know what I mean?
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You can also download this post as a PDF document. As always, As always, you can get This week, Ph. The dance, called the malambo, pushes the physical and mental limits of male competitors striving to become champions of not only the historical craft of the dance, but for their families and I just updated the Translation Databases! You can also download this And with this episode, we launch the second season of the Two Month Review! We have a Goodreads group set up to talk about about this, so feel free to join in and Aira continues to surprise and delight in his latest release from New Directions, which collects two novellas: the first, The Little Buddhist Monk, a fairly recent work from , and The Proof, an earlier work from There are a number of similarities to be sure—they both revolve around the sudden but intense Feel free to comment on We did it!
Otherwise, click here to find all four of the earlier pieces along with a bunch of other Two Month Review posts about The Invented Part. Special thanks to Will Vanderhyden for conducting—and translating—this Written by Francesco Pacifico. Translated by Francesco Pacifico. You can also download this post as a PDF Similar to the last guest-less podcast, this one goes a bit off the rails.
You can also Special thanks to Will Vanderhyden for conducting—and translating—this interview. Will Vanderhyden: The narrator of Fans of challenging, cerebral, modernist epics, rejoice! This is a book that is sure to launch a thousand Scott Fitzgerald and Tender Is the Night, puzzles, how to properly introduce the show, the Modern Library list of top novels of the twentieth century, Booth Tarkington, and much more more.
Feel free to comment on this episode—or on the book in Jonathan tells of his own experience coming up with one of his most famous books You can read the first part of this interview here, the second here, and you can click here for all Two Month Review posts. Will Vanderhyden: Your fiction wears its influences on its sleeve, but not only do you fully You can also download And a Big Green Cow. One of the You can read the first part of this interview here, and you can click here for all Two Month Review posts.
Will Vanderhyden: Now, this is a question that, in a way, the book takes as its point of departure—so it might make When: May They discuss some of his earlier works including Kensington Gardens, which is available in an English translation , different pop culture touchstones running throughout his oeuvre, Between the announcement of the Best Translated Book Award longlists and the unveiling of the finalists, we will be covering all thirty-five titles in the Why This Book Should Win series.
Enjoy learning about all the various titles selected by the fourteen fiction and poetry judges, and I hope you find a few to purchase and That leaves fifteen books to be covered next week, leading us right into the April 18th announcement of the BTBA fiction and poetry finalists. So let the countdown begin! This really is a great time of year for international fiction—the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize Man Booker International Longlist was released last week, as This past Attached below is all the necessary information and details for for anyone interested in applying for the Translation Lab at Writers Omi at Ledig House.
A couple of our translators have participated in this in the past, and they absolutely loved it. Follow her online LoriFeathers. And check back here And check back here each week for a new post by one of the judges. George Henson is a translator of contemporary Latin American and Spanish prose, a contributing editor for World Literature Today and Asymptote, and a lecturer at the University of Oklahoma. And check back here each week for a She curates Salonica World Lit, which is a virtual journal dedicated to international literature and culture. She is a founding editor of The And check back This is the third entry in a series that will eventually feature all of the titles Open Letter has published to date.
Catch up on past entries by clicking here. Definitely check that one out. By contrast, this When the This is the second entry in a series that will eventually feature all of the titles Open Letter has published to date. Maidenhair by Mikhail Shishkin, translated from the Russian by Marian Like The Also, due to It took a bit longer than planned, but we did it! Browse through these, find a few to read, and tune in to The Millions tomorrow at 7pm to find out who won.
To make it easier to She is currently an editor at the We will be running two or She is The Nomads, My Brothers, I Refuse by Per Petterson, translated from the Wild Words: Four Tamil Poets, edited and translated Our plan is to highlight all 35 titles longlisted for the Best Translated Book Awards before the announcement of the finalists on Tuesday, April 19th. Most of these posts are written by BTBA judges, although a number of We will be running two of these posts every business day leading up to the announcement of the finalists.
Smith, BTBA judge, writer, and reader. Arvida by Samuel Archibald, translated from the French by Donald Murder Most Serene by Gabrielle Wittkop, Tom Roberge of Albertine Books wrote this piece. The twenty-five best translations of according to our esteemed panel of judges. As mentioned in the earlier post, we will be highlighting each of these titles on the site starting this afternoon, and finishing just in time for the April 19th announcement of the ten finalists.
The winners will be I know the BTBA announcements will be taking place tomorrow morning, but we have one last preview post for you. This is from judge Mark Haber, who works at Brazos Bookstore in Houston—one of the best stores in the country.
Enjoy and tune in tomorrow to find out what made the longlists! BUT, Katy As always, you can post your thoughts and Harrison and Teresa Villa-Ignacio. Emma herself is a literary translator from French. Anyone with any interest at all in contemporary Moroccan writing must start with Souffles. Run by a group of artists and intellectuals, Souffles was a written fight for democratic What she sent back is posted below. I just uploaded new versions of , , and translation databases to our master translation database part of the website.
There are two big updates worth noting here, before getting into some of the breakdowns: 1 I added over titles to the database, so this is starting to look a little bit more robust I have yet to find a review of Apocalypse Baby by Virginie This is another one of those posts. As part of their annual conference, For this The gender disparity in terms of women in translation has been fairly well documented—see the His memories are his treasures, more dear than the present or future.
What wonderful past eclipses holding your newborn for the first time or meeting the woman Lori Feathers is a freelance book critic. Follow her on Twitter LoriFeathers. My hope is to produce a bunch of lists featuring literature in translation from , all organized by various rubrics that can allow you to find a handful of recommendations with a I did some really heady numerical analysis to determine this—searching Facebook mentions, Like, make ignorant, funny jokes about the finalists for the National Book Awards. For more information on the BTBA, Novella, I guess. What is it, a hundred pages?
As you probably know already, Open Letter Books is a non-profit publishing house. First off, DraftKings. I spend way too much of my mental time hating all over this stupid company. I should just stop. Who is this woman? The woman is Therese Jose Alberto Gutierrez is a garbage truck driver in The house, nestled into the forest and cloaked in mist, belongs to the past; it has been the summer home of the Brodal We know there are many connections to be made in themes and characters The tortoise, of course, is We love you, Wakefield!!!
First, he had this long essay appear in The New Inquiry. And now, the Paris Review has an interview with There are also rants about Sevenevens, praise for the Minions movie, and more soccer If you missed any of the earlier games, or just want to read about all the incredible books that were included in this tournament, just click here. The Championship pits two very different books against one another. On one side Twenty-One Days of a Neurasthenic is not a novel in the traditional sense. You can follow her on Twitter at kojensen. Also, be sure to follow our Twitter account and like our Facebook page.
And check back here daily! This match You can follow her on Twitter at moheganscout. This match was judged by M. Lynx Qualey, who runs the Arabic Literature website, and can be found on Twitter at arablit. What a brutal match. These two novels hold nothing back. This match was judged by Sal Robinson, a graduate student in library science and co-founder of the Bridge Series. It seems hardly fair This match was judged by Hannah Chute, recent recipient of her MA in literary translation from the University of Rochester.
You can follow him on Twitter at neonres. Also, be sure to follow our Twitter account and Every May, 20, or so publishing professionals gather at BookExpo America to a try and create buzz for their fall books, b court booksellers and librarians, c attend panels of minimal import, and d bitch and moan.
Publishing people love to complain about everything. The Javitz Translation Loaf. Since this was organized by Jen It was glorious. Since the So, this year, for the first time ever, BookExpo America is sponsoring two panels highlighting forthcoming works of fiction: one featuring general fiction, the other focusing on crime and thrillers. The one on general adult fiction will This is just a reminder for any and everyone in the New York area—especially those of you who are attending BookExpo America. In that book, Pla wrote about life in Spain during an influenza outbreak soon after World War I, when he was a young law student and aspiring writer.
Readers got to meet many of the Following that, we The two winning books for poetry and fiction will be announced at BookExpo America at pm on Wednesday, May 27th, at James Crossley is a bookseller at Island Books. Yet, I remember when Michael Orthofer runs the Complete Review — a book review site with a focus on international fiction — and its Literary Saloon weblog. Monica Carter is a writer and freelance critic. In fewer than pages, Echenoz gives us the exhausting thirteen His fantastically irreverent novel Back when I was in junior high, my best friend and I would spend hours and hours playing Double Dribble on his Nintendo.
Fun fact! And man, was it ever low rent. There are plenty of reasons you can fail to find the rhythm of a book. It has quite possibly the most The latest addition to our Reviews section is by P. In a culture that privileges prose, reviewing poetry is fairly pointless. I would like to pose the argument that it is rare for one to ever come across a truly passive protagonist in a novel. The protagonist perhaps of Three Light-Years, Claudio Viberti, is just that—a shy internist who lives in an apartment above his mother and below his ex-wife, and religiously eats boiled vegetables every Friday the 13th!
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Monica Carter is a freelance critic. Discerning how one should approach a written work for translation is a challenging task.
With the start of spring for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, that is less than six weeks away, the BTBA longlist announcement draws ever closer early April! One hundred pages into Birth of a Bridge, the prize-winning novel from French writer Maylis de Kerangal, the narrator describes how starting in November, birds come to nest in the wetlands of the fictional city of Coca, California, for three weeks.
While this may seem insignificant in a novel about the construction of a It is a half-novella half-graphic novel story about. A European tribunal, Latin American literary figures, a comic book superhero, international In it she explores how our private fears and insecurities can distort what we believe to be real and can cause us to sabotage our intimate relationships.
In particular, NDiaye conveys a powerful message about the unconscious Hope everyone is having a great If you want to download all new, up to date version of the Translation Databases, you can do it here. I have a day or two of Edelweiss catalogs to search through before the This past weekend, my kids and I finally watched The Incredible Hulk—the final Marvel Cinematic Universe movie that we had to see to be all caught up before Avengers 2 comes out in May.
After the ultimately disappointing Hulk ended, my son wanted to binge on the new season of Doctor Who, which is available through The latest addition to our Reviews section is a piece by P. Sometimes you want a book to be good. Last week I wrote a post that, among other things, included a brief rant on year-end book lists one of our favorite things to rant about here.
The Sicilian Mafia has always been a rich subject for sensational crime fiction. The Four Corners of Palermo is Patience is a graduate of Princeton University, where she majored in comparative literature, focusing on translation. As her senior This post is being written under extreme jet lag.
One part curiosity Who is she? This book was published in English in , but considering the attention Ferrante has been getting for her work since then, this is a Can Xue: The Last Lover, trans. Having talked about books that I think other people will probably like, it seems like I should talk at least a bit about the ones I Part I left off with Mylene going over a little background information on their work together on A Corner of the World to be.
This here is Part II of that interview.
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The Evil Vale is located in the region of Wallachia southern Bogdan and Chad were at MSU during the same time, where they became friends. When I got to the shopping mall for tutors dream! It is quite an honor to say nothing of a responsibility to be invited to adjudicate the creative output of others. In merely thinking of the myriad ways one might go about arbitrating the many facets that comprise a finished work It is Kamal Jann, a Lori helped us out in the World Cup of Literature round for the U.
Belgium, and is also a member of the Board of Dallas-based Deep Vellum I live in Berlin, in a neighborhood with a chronically understaffed post office, so books on their way to me from the United States are usually in for an adventure. A package from Archipelago Books, example, arrived dripping wet, He also studied with Roland Barthes, which is why I included that bit from his interview.
Just a reminder, you can buy A Ramiro Pinilla is the next entry in the Month of a Thousand Forests series. I really like his explanation of why he chose this chapter from The Blind Ants. And the story is pretty fantastic as well. The second author featured today in the Month of a Thousand Forests series is Evelio Rosero, the youngest author to be included in the anthology. Rosero has a couple novels available in English translation from New Directions.
The first author for today is Edgardo Cozarinsky, who was first recommended to me by Horacio Castellanos Moya when he came to Rochester.