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Bulletins of The Serving Library #11
Summer 2016


Bulletins of The Serving Library #11 (
Summer 2016)

Edited by Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey, Angie Keefer, David Reinfurt
Contributions by Muhammad Ali, Lucas Benjamin, Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey, Dexter Sinister, Umberto Eco, Emily Gephart, James Langdon, Tamara Shopsin, Amy Sillman, T. E. White

Released to inaugurate The Serving Library’s new red, gold, and green space in Liverpool, this issue is both printed in and concerned with color. It includes Emily Gephart’s account of the Spectra Poetry Hoax of 1916, a truncated phone call from Dexter Sinister to Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, the late, great Muhammad Ali discussing skin color in a 1971 TV interview, reflections on the history of Chroma-key green by Lucas Benjamin, a personal history of paint and painting by Amy Sillman, and further contributions by T. E. White, Umberto Eco, Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey, Tamara Shopsin, and James Langdon.

Published by The Serving Library, New York

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Dexter Sinister
On A Universal Serial Bus*


Since its establishment in 2006, the design and publishing collaborative Dexter Sinister (David Reinfurt, Stuart Bailey) has been busy working at the intersection of graphic design, publishing, and contemporary art. Through a workshop mentality, it combines the characteristically distinct identities of designer, producer, publisher, and distributor. This volume comprises a four-part collection of electronic works by Dexter Sinister, produced from 2008 to 2015, and mimics the memory stick released in parallel to an eponymous exhibition at Kunstverein München, complete with a speaking asterisk as guide. It is related to three previous engagements of the artists in 2015.

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Elad Lassry
On Onions


On Onions is a photographic study of onions by Israeli-born artist Elad Lassry (born 1977). Characteristically highlighting the spectrum of hues and shapes for the vegetable, Lassry’s selected taxonomy includes sections on red, yellow and white onions, each of which possesses its own distinct taste and benefits. On Onions is Lassry’s first artist’s book, and the work will exist only in book form; it is at once wry, refreshing and disorienting in its biology workbook style, which makes fruitful use of “the confusion that results when there is something just slightly wrong in a photograph” (as the artist has described his practice in general). Composed by the artist and arranged by Stuart Bailey, the book includes an essay written by Angie Keefer about the effects of sliced onions on human tear ducts.

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Dot Dot Dot 19

 

is assembled from PDFs of THE FIRST/LAST NEWSPAPER (TF/LN)
which was issued from Port Authority in New York CIty
every Wednesday & Saturday during the first 3 weeks
of November 2009

– Editorial, Sinister to establish “First/Last” newspaper
– Rob Giampietro, Newspaper tax levied: few can afford daily 6 pence
– Richard Rodriguez, Review: museum piece
– Steve Rushton, How media masters reality #1: Picture an image of a photograph
– Anon., Publick occurrences both forreign and domestick
– Dan Fox, Circulation +2.7%/-0.2%
– Bruno Munari, Culture today becoming mass affair
– Francis McKee, Headless body, topless bar pt. 1
– Angie Keefer, Large Hadron collider expected to fail due to backwards causation
– Editorial, Two men describe “bloody good elephant”
– Rob Giampietro, Time captcha’d for global good?
– Anthony Huberman, Blind man in dark room looking for black cat that’s not there
– Steve Rushton, How media masters reality #2: They came to see who came
– Angie Keefer, Icons govern action
– Francis McKee, Headless body, topless bar pt. 2: More news from nowhere
– Jan Verwoert, Gonzo pragmatism
– Nick Paumgarten, The pits
– Editorial, Fifth wall of fifth estate collapses
– Rob Giampietro, New legislation combats chicken-egg problem
– Angie Keefer, Exception that proves rule, wrong
– Graham Meyer, Classic pyramid inverted
– Steve Rushton, How media masters reality #3: How television stopped delivering people
– Francis McKee, Headless body, topless bar pt. 3: Wild time in Florida
– Frances Stark, No values
– E.C. Large, The semantic discipline
– Ryan Holmberg, Imperial typepicter
– Editorial, Engineer & tinkerer caught in bricolage
– Rob Giampietro, “Puissant god” reviewed: “man, after all”
– Joe Scanlan, Where does your money come from?
– Albert Sukoff, Record bites dust
– Steve Rushton, How media masters reality #4: “You are not a very nice girl …”
– Dan Fox, May need rewrite
– Francis McKee, Headless body, topless bar pt. 4: Some die, some get hurt, some go on
– Jan Verwoert, Socrates: guard up, pants down
– Seth Price, First/Last taken from commons
– Angie Keefer, Non-existence neither proved nor disproved
– Paul Elliman, Rider four seven communicate
– Editorial, Mass innoculation against bacteria of doubt
– Rob Giampietro, Cap’n Sellers’s pen name stolen
– Tom McCarthy, How Marinetti taught me how to write
– Steve Rushton, How media masters reality #5: Spiderman in world wide web
– Francis McKee, Headless body, topless bar pt. 5: The bastards are making it up!
– Paul Elliman, Looking for male blue jeans black jacket
– Angie Keefer, Two temporal logics tried, tested
– Walead Beshty, Itself feels like end of something
– Editorial, Prior temporal logic, tired
– Rob Giampietro, Remington launches ghostwriter
– Paul Elliman, Hey Manhattan
– Snowden Snowden, Much fussed over pussy
– Steve Rushton, How media masters reality #6: Correct me if i’m wrong
– Graham Meyer, 0 ÷ 0 → 0
– Dan Fox, Patience, fortitude remain lions
– Angie Keefer, Twenty questions inverted
– Frances Stark, Corduroy pillows make headlines
– Francis McKee, Headless body, topless bar pt. 6: Whose throat can i eat?
– Jan Verwoert, Unicorn: “I exist”
–  and throughout: Will Holder, The Middle of Nowhere Chapter 9 cont’d

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