Enrico David

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Enrico David

This catalogue was published on the occasion of Enrico David’s solo show “Repertorio Ornamentale” at the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice in May 2011.
The exhibition “Repertorio Ornamentale” consists of a double interpretation of Heimat and investigates a nature divided between origin and belonging. The reflections are the culmination of a year of work in Basel at the Stiftung Laurenz-Haus residency program. “Repertorio Ornamentale” is also an inquiry into translation, languages, concepts and aspects of the self which are declined in precincts and circumstances, attitudes and approaches.

Texts by Milovan Farronato and Angela Vettese

Co-published with the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice.
Produced by Fiorucci Art Trust.

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Cosmic Laughter No. 1
Fabian Marti, Cristina Ricupero (Eds.)

Texts by Gary Lachman, Ana Teixeira Pinto

The phenomenon of the year 2012 refers to eschatological beliefs predicting transformative events on December 21, 2012. By now not only spiritual seekers have the conviction that something has to change. Still, there are different interpretations of the meaning of that specific date. Beyond the lunatic fringe views regarding the end of the world, a more constructive reading of the phenomenon is found in new age circles claiming that 2012 might be the beginning of a higher consciousness in humanity, coming to the realization that, in fact, Western systems have not brought prosperity and fulfillment to everybody as once imagined.

Published on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition at the Ursula Blickle Stiftung, September 9–October 14, 2012.

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The Best Book About Pessimism I Ever Read

Published alongside an exhibition curated by Scottish artist Lucy McKenzie at Braunschweig Kunstverein in 2002.

The exhibition featured Alasdair Gray, Bonnie Camplin, Enrico David, Joanne Tatham, John Byrne, Keith Farquhar, Lucy Skaer, Mathilde Rosier, Paulina Olowska, Ronnie Heeps, Tom O’Sulliva…

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Mousse #30

In this issue:

Starring
by Federico Florian, Antonio Scoccimarro

GEOFFREY FARMER
Characters and Characteristics of the Work
by Monika Szewczyk

TALKING ABOUT
Is That All There Is to a Circus?
by Dieter Roelstraete

PHYLLIDA BARLOW
The Work Is Never Finished
by Nicholas Cullinan

PART OF THE PROCESS – DAVID LEVINE
Rothko’s Ruins
by Ana Teixeira Pinto

TALKING ABOUT
Criticism Hurts
by Jan Verwoert

PORTFOLIO – GEORGE KUCHAR
Carnivalesque George Kuchar
by Juan A. Suárez

LOST AND FOUND – LLYN FOULKES
The Lost Frontier: Llyn Foulkes
by Andrew Berardini

TALKING ABOUT
Melete (“The Society Islands”)
by Mark von Schlegell

NICE TO MEET YOU – DAN FINSEL
Art Therapy
by Cecilia Alemani

NICE TO MEET YOU – BEN SCHUMACHER
Things That Look Like Other Things
by Bob Nickas

NICE TO MEET YOU – JOHN HENDERSON
Absorption & Theatricality
by Barbara Casavecchia

NICE TO MEET YOU – WU TSANG
Wu Tsang: Body Quotations, Back-Breaking Sparkle and the Dissemination of Wildness
by Kevin McGarry

TEN FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS OF CURATING
Chapter 6: What Is an Exhibition?
by Elena Filipovic, visual concept by Nairy Baghramian

TALKING ABOUT
A New Fruit
by Nick Currie

LONDON – CALLY SPOONER
The Wor(l)d Is a Stage
by Michele Robecchi

PARIS – JONATHAN BINET
The Way Things Go: a Conversation with Jonathan Binet
by Vincent Honoré

NEW YORK – TIM ROLLINS & JULIE AULT
Shakers

BERLIN
Starship
by Gigiotto Del Vecchio

ARTIST PROJECT – LUTZ BACHER
The Gift
by Fionn Meade

ENRICO DAVID & THOMAS HOUSEAGO
I’m Fucked Out of Your Mind

ALISON KNOWLES
The Future Will Be Fragrant Bean Fields
by Hans Ulrich Obrist

REPRINT
Time Warp
by Rob Giampietro

TALKING ABOUT
As Little Time on The Ground as Possible. First Attempt on the Possibility of Artistic Significance Beyond Philosophy of History
by Chus Martínez

Books
by Stefano Cernuschi

Diary
WHAT’S ALTERNATIVE? ALTERNATIVE TO WHAT? – ANDREA FRASER
“Alternative to what, exactly?”
by Vincenzo de Bellis

TAMAR GUIMARÃES
A Strange Ritual
by Andrea Lissoni

TALKING ABOUT
Moving Gods Aside
by Philippe Pirotte

JESSICA WARBOYS
Waves Wave
by Emilie Renard

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