Kerstin Brätsch

KAYA
Eva Birkenstock (Ed.) Kunsthaus Bregenz A r e n a 1

The present book – the fourth and last volume in the series of KUB Arena publications – goes far beyond a documentation of KAMP KAYA’s activities. Rather it is the very first comprehensive publication on KAYA, a joint project initiated by the painter Kerstin Brätsch and the sculptor Debo Eilers in 2010, in collaboration with the then 13-year-old Kaya Serene. In addition to a comprehensive and carefully compiled catalogue raisonné, the publication documents all of KAYA’s past exhibitions and includes seminal essays by Boško Blagojević, Scott Roben, and Kerstin Stakemeier – who have all been following KAYA’s work for many years – as well as a conversation with Burmamyanmar aka Daniel Chew. Altogether the publication provides profound insights into this important and exceptional artistic collaboration. In a similar manner to the volumes that have been published to date (On Performance, Anfang Gut. Alles Gut. Actualizations of the futurist opera Victory Over the Sun (1913), and Art and Ideology Critique After 1989), this last volume in the series could also potentially become one of the key references on the topic.

Edited by Eva Birkenstock
with texts by Boško Blagojević, Scott Roben, and Kerstin Stakemeier
Graphic design: HIT Berlin

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Kerstin Brätsch, Adele Röder, DAS INSTITUT
Triennial Report 2011–2009

“Das Institut” presents a lavishly illustrated review of the productions, exhibitions, and collaborations in which it has been involved over the past three years in the style of a business report. “Das Institut” was founded in New York in 2007 by Kerstin Brätsch (*1979) and Adele Röder (*1980) as a notional free space in which they both gave themselves the opportunity of working independently from the concept of their own oeuvres, for their promotion and reproduction.

Taking an ironic approach to themselves, and using great verbal wit, they have tackled the strategies of (self-)marketing head on. The fast-tempo artistic ping-pong game between the two agency proprietors Brätsch and Röder can be followed in detail in this artist’s book. Each smuggles her works into the agency as models for further processing by the other. Sources of inspiration, costs, sales revenue, and exhibition techniques are frankly disclosed. What at first looks like a strong overstatement that treads on a fine line between art, knitwear, role play, and marketing is at the same time a trenchant observation of the art scene, and a plea for artistic experiment and the potential of painting.

“Das Institut” participated in the group show “Non-solo show, Non-group show” at Kunsthalle Zürich (2009) and recently in the 54th Venice Biennial (2011). The book is published on the occasion of its solo exhibitions at the Parc Saint Léger, Pougues-les-Eaux (2010); the Kölnischer Kunstverein (Spring 2011); and the Kunsthalle Zürich (Autumn 2011).

The publication is part of the series of artists’ projects edited by Christoph Keller.

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Mousse #29

Starring
by Antonio Scoccimarro

LUCY MCKENZIE AND MARC CAMILLE CHAIMOWICZ
Adventures Close To Home
by Michael Bracewell

THOMAS SCHÜTTE
Reality Production Part II
by Hans Ulrich Obrist

TALKING ABOUT
Etica Da Ginga A Letter from Rio De Janeiro
by Dieter Roelstraete

PART OF THE PROCESS – ALLORA & CALZADILLA
Gloria
by Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy

CAREY YOUNG AND JILL MAGID
The Color of Law
by Introduction by Alessandro Rabottini

DAVID MEDALLA
A Stitch in Time
by Adam Nankervis

TALKING ABOUT
Entangled Positions
by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev with Barbara Casavecchia, Daniel Baumann, Anthony Huberman, Raimundas Malašauskas, João Ribas

TEN FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS OF CURATING
“Chapter 5: What Is the Public?” Juan A. Gaitán Images selected by Christodoulos Panayiotou
by edited by Jens Hoffmann

R.H. QUAYTMAN
I Modi
by David Joselit

FABIO MAURI
Starting From The End
by Elena Volpato

TALKING ABOUT
A Readymade Mystery in Three Parts
by Adam Kleinman
Agenda

KERSTIN BRÄTSCH AND AMY SILMAN
Chromophilia

ALLEN RUPPERSBERG
The Art and Ephemera of Allen Ruppersberg
by Andrew Berardini
After Marcel Broodthaers, on Relationism & Lost Articles
by Guillaume Désanges and Hélène Meisel

LOST AND FOUND
All That Jess
by Jens Hoffmann

HARK!
Now or Never
by Jennifer Allen

DANAI ANESIADOU
On “Poesivski”, Oblivion and Cinema
by Vincent Honoré

SKELETONS IN THE CLOSET
Rodney Graham
by Rachel Rosenfield Lafo

REPRINT
by Will Holder

Books
by Stefano Cernuschi

Diary
by Antonio Scoccimarro

DARIUS MIKŠYS
Who Is Darius Mikšys
by Jennifer Teets

NICE TO MEET YOU – ADRIÁN VILAR ROJAS
The Aching Whale
by Cecilia Alemani

PORTFOLIO – ELIAS HANSEN
Glass Magnifies Things
by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer

WHAT’S ALTERNATIVE? ALTERNATIVE TO WHAT?
Stefan Kalmár and Tirdad Zolghadr
by Curated by Vincenzo de Bellis

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