Genesis P-Orridge

Cosey Fanni Tutti
Art Sex Music

 

Art Sex Music is the autobiography of a musician who, as a founding member of the avant-garde group Throbbing Gristle and electronic pioneers Chris & Cosey, has consistently challenged the boundaries of music over the past four decades. It is the account of an artist who, as part of COUM Transmissions, represented Britain at the IXth Biennale de Paris, whose Prostitution show at the ICA in 1976 caused the Conservative MP Nicholas Fairbairn to declare her, COUM and Throbbing Gristle ‘Wreckers of Civilisation’ …shortly before he was arrested for indecent exposure, and whose work continues to be held at the vanguard of contemporary art. And it is the story of her work as a pornographic model and striptease artiste which challenged assumptions about morality, erotica and art. Art Sex Music is the wise, shocking and elegant autobiography of Cosey Fanni Tutti.

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Dot Dot Dot 17

In this issue:
D/S present PARALLEL introductions
Richard Hollis on the EYE and the EAR
James Goggin itemizes ways of reading in London, 2008 with Maria Fusco, Will Holder, Richard Hollis, Maki Suzuki and Jörg Heiser
Will Holder speaks of the poetics of concrete poetry and documenting the work of Falke Pisano
Stefan Themerson & Language – a film by Erik van Zuylen introduced by Mike Sperlinger
Dan Fox plays an extended version of Refracted Light Through Armoury Show
Jennifer Higgie reads from Carnival Theory, a play-in-progress with Johnny Vivash
Agency presents Specimen 0880: Papa Hemingway
David Reinfurt explains NaÏve Set Theory with an overhead projector
Malcolm McLaren (in absentia) is interviewed by Mark & Stephen Beasley (in absentia)
Stuart Bailey – describes the Science, Fiction of E.C. Large with Will Holder and David Reinfurt
plus
Alex Klein – Portrait of Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, New York City, May 2008
Mitim (Eta) by Radim Peško
Walead Beshty – Beshty’s Possible Triangle, 2008
Dexter Sinister – Beshty’s Possible Triangle, 2008
Janice Kerbel – Remarkable, 2008
and
The Middle of Nowhere, Chapter 8 by Will Holder

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Dot Dot Dot 16

A W.A.S.T.E. of Ink (after Thomas Pynchon)

DDD16 was conceived parallel to—and is issued from under the wing of—the project ‘True Mirror’, directed from the Commander’s Room at the 7th Regiment Armory Building, New York between 4–23 March, 2008 and tracked at http://www.sinisterdexter.org. On reflection, we realised real news doesn’t need a press release.

The issue then draws liberally from three other interlocking projects, all founded by guest-co-editor Raimundas Malašauskas.

In this issue:

– For Immediate Release by Michael Bracewell
– Phantom Rosebuds (Signatures A and B) by Clifford Irving, Portrait by Jason Fulford
– Another Shadow Fight – David Osbaldeston in conversation with Andrew Hunt
– Two-way Mirrors – Reflections on Nabokov’s Pale Fire by Louis Lüthi
– On C  by Cory Arcangel
– Indifferent Voices by Paul Elliman
– 51.01 – Guest Editorial by Raimundas Malašauskas
– Stanislaw Lem’s short story ‘The Seventh Voyage’, as recalled while flying over the Atlantic from Moscow to Newark, July 3, 2007 by Larissa Harris
– Screen, saver (Part 1) by David Reinfurt
– Middle by Gintaras Didžiapetris
– Screen, saver (Part 2) by David Reinfurt
– Parallel Cards by Ryan Gander
– 10.15 by Tom Morton
– Honey Coma by Steven Francis
– 100. General Stumm invades the State Library and learns about the world of books, the librarians guarding it, and intellectual order – A close reading of Robert Musil by Rob Giampietro
– Inversions by Mariana Castillo Deball
– Vested Interest – Genesis Breyer P-Orridge in conversation with Mark Beasley
Portrait by Alex Klein
– Phantom Rosebuds (Signatures C and D) by Clifford Irving
plus
Mitim (Zeta) by Radim Peško
(Vera courtesy of Louis Lüthi, after Nabokov)
and
The Middle of Nowhere, Chapter 6 (continued) by Will Holder

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The Future of Art: A Manual
Ingo Niermann

With guidance by Thomas Bayrle, Olaf Breuning, Genesis and Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge, Olafur Eliasson, Harald Falckenberg, Boris Groys, Damien Hirst, Gregor Jansen, Terence Koh, Gabriel von Loebell, Marcos Lutyens, Philomene Magers, Antje Majewski, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Thomas Olbricht, Friedrich Petzel, and Tobias Rehberger; and commentary by Chus Martínez

In 1831 Honoré de Balzac wrote a short story, “The Unknown Masterpiece,” in which he invented the abstract painting. Almost 200 years later, writer Ingo Niermann tries to follow in his footsteps to imagine a new epoch-making artwork. Together with the artist Erik Niedling he starts searching for the future of art and, seeking advice, meets key figures of the art world.

Including the DVD The Future of Art by Erik Niedling and Ingo Niermann (HD, 157 min.).

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