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New Ways of Doing Nothing
Vanessa Joan Müller, Cristina Ricupero, Nicolaus Schafhausen (Eds.)

Texts by Giorgio Agamben, Claire Fontaine, Gilles Deleuze, Julius Gavroche, Paul Lafargue, Vanessa Joan Müller, Cristina Ricupero, Tereza Stejskalová, Enrique Vila-Matas

“New Ways of Doing Nothing,” a group exhibition that took place at Kunsthalle Wien in 2014, devoted itself to artistic production that opposes activity and instead gives an affirmative slant to forms of doing nothing or refraining—a major influence being the titular character of Hermann Melville’s “Bartleby the Scriviner: A Story of Wall Street.” The book presents the displayed works and artists, but also continues the process that led to the exhibition. Included along with a conversation between the curators is a text collage of reprints and excerpts that introduces those artists and thinkers who, in the words of Bartleby, “prefer not to.”

Featuring work by Robert Breer, Alejandro Cesarco, Étienne Chambaud, Claire Fontaine, Natalie Czech, Oskar Dawicki, Edith Dekyndt, Mathias Delplanque, Heinrich Dunst, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Marina Faust, Ryan Gander, Lasse Schmidt Hansen, Julia Hohenwarter, Karl Holmqvist, Sofia Hultén, Jiří Kovanda, Rivane Neuenschwander, Georges Perec / Bernard Queysanne, Superflex, Mario García Torres

Vanessa Joan Müller, Cristina Ricupero, Nicolaus Schafhausen (Eds.)

Copublished with Kunsthalle Wien
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Frieze d/e #11
September/October 2013

Frieze d/e #11 features:

This is Hardcore: On the occasion of her forthcoming retrospective at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, Dominic Eichler unravels Isa Genzken’s work and persona by Dominic Eichler

Kandinsky’s Bauhaus: While teaching at the Bauhaus, Wassily Kandinsky deepened his theory of art as a visual rhetoric conveying specific emotions – ideas that would later influence the design of prison cells in Spain by Boris Groys

Variations on a Theme: Gallerist, collector, curator and director René Block talks to artist Maria Eichhorn about ambition in art, the unexplored diversity of Fluxus and the importance of music in a career spanning 50 years by Maria Eichhorn

Still Moving: In her collages, photographs, artist books and paintings, Özlem Altin explores the body at rest and the inanimate in action by Sara Stern

Roman Schramm: The show of showing by Kolja Reichert

Natalie Czech: Filling in the Blanks by Christy Lange

Kaspar Müller: Picture a hat… by Aoife Rosenmeyer

plus:
Why have art collaborations become so annoying? by Jan Kedves

Helga Wretman’s Fitness for Artists TV revives the surprisingly long history of art and exercise by Jörg Scheller

The quasi-documentaries of Viennese filmmakers Tizza Covi and Rainer Frimmel by Bert Rebhandl

Artist Tobias Madison presents his selection of favourite publications by Tobias Madison

Ulf Poschardt’s love letter to the Porsche 911 by Thomas Hübener

Biennale di Venezia by Kirsty Bell

Biennale di Venezia by Dominikus Müller

Door Between Either And Or – Part 1 – Kunstverein München by Pablo Larios

Some End of Things – Museum für Gegenwartskunst by Laura McLean-Ferris

Her Story(s) – Bonner Kunstverein by Elvia Wilk

Henri Chopin, Guy de Cointet & Channa Horwitz – Kunsthalle Düsseldorf by Noemi Smolik

Shows On Show – How are historic exhibitions re-exhibited? by Jörg Heiser

Urs Fischer, Sanya Kantarovsky, Ursula Mayer, Keichii Tanaami, and much more…..

 

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Compilation of Translations: One Year at Ludlow 38
Clara Meister (Ed.)


Texts by Andrew Berardini, Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, Isobel Harbison, Lucy Ives, Graham Parker, Barry Schwabsky, Helena Sidiropoulos, Antje Stahl, Paul Stephens; interviews with Bo Christian Larsson, some of the members of A Dog Republic, Maria Loboda

The publication gives an overview of the 2012 curatorial year at MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38. Curatorial resident Clara Meister’s program focused on different concepts of translation, bringing together an interdisciplinary exhibition program based on the assumption that artistic ideas can be translated into disparate forms and therefore can take varying modes of expression. Four solo exhibitions with Natalie Czech, Bo Christian Larsson, Saâdane Afif, and Maria Loboda, as well as a collaborative project with A Dog Republic (Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, Nico Dockx, Yona Friedman, Helena Sidiropoulos, Krist Torfs) were accompanied by small poster publications, which constitute the individual chapters of the book. Writers, artists, and thinkers were invited to contribute playful essays that were either a source of inspiration for the exhibition or linked to its ideas.

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