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Bulletins of The Serving Library #9
Stuart Bailey, Angie Keefer, David Reinfurt (Eds.)


Issue number nine tackles all manner of sports and games, providing commentary on their language, politics, and philosophies. It kicks off with Rob Giampietro on New England Patriots controversial quarterback Tom Brady in view of ancient Greek ideas of heroism, and ends with David Peace narrating seminal Liverpool FC manager Bill Shankly’s 1975 radio interview with UK Prime Minister Harold Wilson. Uncovering a fascination for what is still considered the most difficult game of cards, Vincenzo Latronico takes us through the complexities of bridge. Kathy Acker identifies the bodybuilder’s language as the simplest of language games, reduced to a minimal set of nouns and numerical repetition. Joe Scanlan presents “three object lessons” on advanced imaging technologies related to movement, while James Langdon follows the debates on the innovations to rock climbing. The issue slaloms through further contributions from Christoph Keller, Sarah Demeuse, Linus Elmes, Chris Evans, Junior Aspirin Records, Philip Ording, Leila Peacock, Justin Warsh & Miguel Abreu, and Carlin Wing.

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Bulletins of The Serving Library #3
Stuart Bailey, Angie Keefer, David Reinfurt (Eds.)

With contributions by Andrew Blum, Bruno Latour, Graham Meyer, Pierre-André Boutang, David Reinfurt, Chris Evans, Jessica Winter, Ian Svenonius, Angie Keefer, Francis McKee, Benjamin Tiven, Louis Lüthi, Dexter Sinister, and Laura Hoptman

This issue of Bulletins of the Serving Library doubles as a catalog of sorts to “Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language,” a group exhibition curated by Laura Hoptman at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, from May 6 to August 27, 2012. It is a *pseudo*-catalog in the sense that, other than a section of images at the back, it bears no direct relation to the works in the exhibition. Instead, the bulletins extend in different directions from the same title, and could be collectively summarized as preoccupied with the more social aspects of Typography.

Video trailer, assembled from thirteen texts in the catalog.

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F.R. David “With Love”
Summer 2010

Chris Evans, de appel, Dexter Sinister, Edward Johnson, Esperanza Rosales, FR David, J.D. Salinger, Lucy McKenzie, Marshall McLuhan, Stefan Themerson, Umberto Eco, writing

A World Food Books favourite, published by de Appel, Amsterdam since about 2007.

Edited by Will Holder, w. Ann Demeester and Dieter Roelstraete.

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The seventh issue considers the compression of letter-writing as cybernetic translation – vs. redundant delivery of intention – from one form to another, ‘With Love,’

Features: Alison Knowles, Tine Melzer, Esperanza Rosales, Kasper Andreasen, Umberto Eco, Edward Johnson, Lucy McKenzie, Heather Child and Justin Howes, Marshall McLuhan, Lydia Davis, Robert Creeley, Donald Barthelme, Avigail Moss, Chris Evans, Marianne Moore, Stefan Themerson, Guy Ben-ner, Kodwo Eshun and Dexter Sinister, Charles Lamb, The Hut Project, J.D. Salinger, more …

Words, Don’t Come Easy

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From Berkeley to Berkeley – Objectif Exhibitions, 2008-2010
Mai Abu ElDahab (Ed.)

Interviews: Mai Abu ElDahab by Will Holder, Guy Ben-Ner by Jan Verwoert, Mariana Castillo Deball by Giovanni Carmine, Sancho Silva by Luca Cerizza, Michael Smith by Larissa Harris, Yael Davids by Frédérique Bergholtz, Mark Aerial Waller by Mike Sperlinger, Anne Daems by Ronald Van de Sompel, Chris Evans by Francesco Manacorda, Antonio Ortega by David G. Torres, Sharon Hayes by Roger Cook, Christian Jankowski by Raimundas Malašauskas, Michael Stevenson by Esperanza Rosales; glossary by Dexter Sinister

The publication includes a series of interviews with artists who exhibited at Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp, over a two-year period, along with a collection of secondary and parallel material produced in collaboration with each artist. Ranging from the humorous to the pseudo-scientific, the artists discuss the methods by which their research is transformed into practice. Both the artists and the interviewers constitute a community of active and concerned arts practitioners who, through art-making, writing, curation and teaching, deal with issues of representation, behavioral patterns and historical legacy.

Co-published with Objectif Exhibitions
Design by Will Holder
Inside cover design by Frances Stark

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