Walead Beshty

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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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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Bob Nickas
Catalog of the Exhibition 1984-2011

This book brings together new texts written to accompany 79 exhibitions organized by Bob Nickas between 1984 and 2011. Nickas chose one work to represent the memory of each exhibition, and through this visual “lens” he reflects on his activity as a curator, offering many behind-the-scenes views to the art world of the 1980s and 90s, as well as intimate recollections of the artists he worked with, and the art works he encountered over the years. The book, then, can be seen as a sort of memoir. Always placing the artists and their works within a social milieu, while also aware of how art travels across time, he reminds us that both lead multiple lives, as an exhibition can reanimate a work from the past, and occasion the discovery of forgotten and marginalized figures among those who are very well-known. This retrospective catalog is also in many ways an ideal exhibition — or collection — 27 years in the making.

With 90 color and black-and-white reproductions, the book features works by:

Vito Acconci . Richard Aldrich . John M Armleder . Barry X Ball . Lisa Beck . Alan Belcher . Ben Berlow . Walead Beshty . Huma Bhabha . Doug Biggert . Marcel Broodthaers . Henri Cartier Bresson . Graham Caldwell . Vija Celmins . Art Chantry . Larry Clark . Verne Dawson . Jules de Balincourt . Jessica Diamond . Trisha Donnelly . Moira Dryer . Gardar Eide Einarsson . William Gedney . Robert Gober . Daan van Golden . Wayne Gonzales . Felix Gonzalez-Torres . Peter Halley . Richard Hawkins . Adam Helms . Eva Hesse . Peter Hujar . Jacob Kassay . On Kawara . Yves Klein . Louise Lawler . Mark Leckey . Sherrie Levine . Judy Linn . Lee Lozano . Chris Martin . Allan McCollum . McDermott & McGough . Adam McEwen . Ryan McGinley . John Miller . Olivier Mosset . Dave Muller . Chuck Nanney . Bruce Nauman . Cady Noland . Amy O’Neill . Steven Parrino . Laurie Parsons . Raymond Pettibon . Jean Prouvé . David Ratcliff . Alex Rose . Sally Ross . Allen Ruppersberg . Sam Samore . Tom Sandberg . Joan Semmel . Stephen Shore . Harry Smith . Jack Smith . Robert Smithson . Mark Stahl. Haim Steinbach. Rudolf Stingel . Lily van der Stokker . Aaron Suggs . Philip Taaffe . Paul Thek . Wolfgang Tillmans . Betty Tompkins . Josh Tonsfeldt . John Tremblay . Alan Uglow . Kelley Walker . Jeff Wall . Joan Wallace . Wallace & Donohue . Dan Walsh . Andy Warhol . Christopher Wool

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Chance
Margaret Iversen (Ed.) - Documents of Contemporary Art series

The chance situation or random event—whether as a strategy or as a subject of investigation—has been central to many artists’ practices across a multiplicity of forms, including expressionism, automatism, the readymade, collage, surrealist and conceptual photography, fluxus event scores, film, audio and video, performance, and participatory artworks. But why—a century after Dada and Surrealism’s first systematic enquiries—does chance remain a key strategy in artists’ investigations into the contemporary world?The writings in this anthology examine the gap between intention and outcome, showing it to be crucial to the meaning of chance in art. The book provides a new critical context for chance procedures in art since 1900 and aims to answer such questions as why artists deliberately set up such a gap in their practice; what new possibilities this suggests; and why the viewer finds the art so engaging.Artists surveyed include: Vito Acconci, Bas Jan Ader, Francis Alÿs, William Anastasi, John Baldessari, Walead Beshty, Mark Boyle, George Brecht, Marcel Broodthaers, John Cage, Sophie Calle, Tacita Dean, Stan Douglas, Marcel Duchamp, Brian Eno, Fischli & Weiss, Ceal Floyer, Huang Yong Ping, Douglas Huebler, Allan Kaprow, Alison Knowles, Jiri Kovanda, Jorge Macchi, Christian Marclay, Cildo Meireles, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Gabriel Orozco, Cornelia Parker, Robert Rauschenberg, Gerhard Richter, Daniel Spoerri, Keith Tyson, Jennifer West, Ceryth Wyn Evans, La Monte Young

Writers include: Paul Auster, Jacquelynn Baas, Georges Bataille, Daniel Birnbaum, Claire Bishop, Guy Brett, Benjamin H. D. Buchloh, Stanley Cavell, Lynne Cooke, Fei Dawei, Gilles Deleuze, Anna Dezeuze, Russell Ferguson, Branden W. Joseph, Siegfried Kracauer, Jacques Lacan, Sarat Maharaj, John Miller, Alexandra Munroe, Gabriel Pérez Barreiro, Jasia Reichardt, Julia Robinson, Sarah Valdez, Katharina VossenkuhlDocuments of Contemporary Art series
Copublished with Whitechapel Gallery, London

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