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Ryan Gander’s oeuvre evokes fictional spaces, institutions and figures. His work is extremely varied, unified more by a conceptual vision than by formal appearance. It often combines fictional presence and absences, creating objects that refer to events, other absent objects, art works or persons, both real and imaginary. 'THE ANNOTATED...
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This book, published for the exhibition Anri Sala. Le Temps coudé , presented at Mudam Luxembourg in fall 2019, comprises four essays by the philosopher and musicologist Peter Szendy that consider the artist’s major works since 2013. Demonstrating the strong intellectual connections that have developed between the two over the...
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“This catalog accompanies the exhibition The City of Broken Windows at Castello di Rivoli, Turin (November 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019) and features previously unpublished essays by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev and Marianna Vecellio, as well as by the feminist art historian Griselda Pollock. It also contains two new texts by...
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'The term 'Paranomia' has multiple meanings, one of them being that which exists alongside the normative. In this inquiry into the entangled aspects of science and contemporary art, Christoph Keller draws a compelling outline of how knowledge is derived in these respective fields. The present publication assembles a series of...
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Half a Complex is a new book by Liam Gillick that surveys his work and selected writing since 2008. The title suggests a deliberately unresolvable incompletion at the heart of his work. Distinct bodies of his abstract works are documented in depth, revealing a self-conscious commentary on the conditions...
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80*81 is a research project by Georg Diez and Christopher Roth which was carried out in 2010. The project was shown in the exhibition 80*81 at Esther Schipper in the same year. This book is one of 11 accompanying publications that were produced in conjunction with the 80*81 project.
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'The work of Angela Bulloch (*1966, Rainy River, Canada, currently based in Berlin) spans many media, manifesting her interest in systems, patterns and rules, as well as her preoccupation with the history of shapes and human interaction. Since 2014, a new series of sculptures have taken the logic of geometry...
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