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Marcos Lutyens
Memoirs of a Hypnotist: 100 Days

Edited by Kari Cwynar
Foreword by Raimundas Malašauskas

When Marcos Lutyens arrived in Kassel in the summer of 2012, he didn’t know he would end up staying for the entire 100 days of documenta 13 to perform 340 hypnotic sessions with the audience. Unfolding in the Reflection Room in Kassel’s Karlsaue Park, it was the most involved installment of the Hypnotic Show to date—“an exhibition that exists only in the mind of the audience,” according to Lutyens’s collaborator Raimundas Malašauskas.

Lutyens also didn’t know that he would write a book about it: Memoirs of a Hypnotist: 100 Days, an intimate and hardly qualifiable document. Here, the artist chronicles the Hypnotic Show and puts together all kinds of improbable experiences for his readers: research of cognition and neurological activity, deep exploration of varying states of consciousness, and, at the center, the possibility for contingency and embodied dematerialization within the current thinking of art.

Copublished with Kunstverein Toronto and CAC Vilnius / XII Baltic Triennial
Design by Goda Budvytytė and Line Gry Hørup

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Choreographing Exhibitions
M. Copeland, J. Pelegrin (Eds.)


An overview of the relation between choreography and exhibition, through the contributions of over thirty international visual artists, choreographers, musicians, filmmakers, theorists, and curators.

In 2008, the Contemporary art centre La Ferme du Buisson, invited the curator Mathieu Copeland to present his work, Choregraphed Exhibition, composed of movements executed by three dancers over two months. This exhibition nourished a multitude of questions that gave birth to a book, Choreograping Exhibitions, overview of the relation between choreography and exhibition. It brings together over thirty international visual artists, choreographers, musicians, filmmakers, theorists, and curators.

Contributions by Kenneth Anger, Fia Backström, Jérôme Bel, Julien Bismuth, Giovanni Carmine, Boris Charmatz,Mathieu Copeland, Tim Etchells, Barbara Formis, Maite Garbayo Maeztu, Kenneth Goldsmith, Amy Greenfield, Abbie Hoffman, Karl Holmqvist, Pierre Huyghe, Myriam Van Imschoot, Jennifer Lacey, LeClubdes5, Franck Leibovici, Pablo León de la Barra, André Lepecki, Alan Licht, Raimundas Malašauskas, Loreto Martínez Troncoso,Malcolm McLaren, Gustav Metzger, Lilo Nein, Phill Niblock, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Michael Parsons, Julie Pellegrin, Mickaël Phelippeau, Michael Portnoy, Claude Rutault, Irena Tomažin, Catherine Wood.

Edited by Mathieu Copeland and Julie Pellegrin.

Graphic design: Nicolas Eigenheer and Jeremy Schorderet.

Published with Mathieu Copeland editions, la Ferme du Buisson and Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen.

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Artists’ Cocktails
by Ryan Gander

Artists’ Cocktails by Ryan Gander – A compendium of artists’ cocktails

with Åbäke, Allora & Calzadilla, Spencer Anthony, Cory Arcangel, Art & Language, Jesse Ash, Mary Aurory, Fiona Banner, David Batchelor, Justin Beal,  Jacqueline Bebb, Vanessa Billy, Pierre Bismuth, Martin Boyce, Pavel Büchler, Dinos Chapman, Steve Claydon, Keren Cytter, Jeremy Deller, Joseph del Pesco, Anthony Discenza, Rose Duvall, Sean Edwards, Vivi Enkyo, Aston Ernest, Winnie Ernest, Abbé Faria, Claire Fontaine, Simon Fujiwara, Michael Fullerton, Martino Gamper, Ryan Gander, Mario Garcia Torres, Tom Gidley, Liam Gillick, Matt Golden, Rodney Graham, Irwin Green, Joseph Grigely, Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Drew Heitzler, Anton Henning, Mark Hix, The Hut Project, Pierre Huyghe, Taka Izumi, Christian Jankowski, Alan Kane, Jacob Kassay, Gabriel Kuri, Tim Lee, Gabriel Lester, Benoît Maire, Raimundas Malašauskas, Kris Martin, Christian Matthiessen, Alan Michael,  Haroon Mirza, Jonathan Monk, Jody Monteith, Sarah Morris, Olivier Mosset,  Shahryar Nashat, John Henry Newton, Carsten Nicolai, Olaf Nicolai, Nishikawa, David Noonan, Roman Ondák, Pratchaya Phinthong, Tobias Rehberger, David Renggli, Amanda Ross-Ho, Eran Schaerf, David Shrigley, Lucy Skaer, Bob and Roberta Smith,  Nedko Solakov, Haim Steinbach, Santo Sterne, Jack Strange, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Mark Titchner, Santo Tolone, Simon Turnbull, Uri Tzaig, Francis Upritchard, Yonatan Vinitsky, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Lawrence Weiner, Terrance E. White, Bedwyr Williams, Jesse Wine, John Wood & Paul Harrison, Cerith Wyn Evans…

“I have something for you, I’ll send it over. You know for four years now I have been trying to propagate shiso and it hasn’t grown. I tried everything: freezing and thawing the seeds, leaving them in the dark for a year, different temperatures and humidity… The seeds Taro sent me in February came up no problem, just in fine soil with a sheet of paper over the pot outside, no special equipment or lights. Crazy. The kitchen garden at home is now being taken over by green shiso plants with huge leaves everywhere. We have a glut, as the English call it. Fearful of it not reseeding and growing next year I’ve been stripping the leaves and producing shiso sugar syrup and shiso-infused vodka. The vodka is unbelievably good! I thought of proposing it to ABSOLUT as a new flavour. We’ll see. Anyway, I have a bottle for you! ”
Extract from: [Extracts from… ] A conversation between Ryan Gander and Masako Hosoi

Edited by Ryan Gander, Phil Mayer with editorial assistance by Holly Featherstone, Barnie Page and Anna Stoppa.
Design by Åbäke with Delphine Bourit.

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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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