Wyatt Kahn

Mousse #42

In this issue:
On Art and Film, Art and Moving Images, Ross Birrell and David Harding, Yve Laris Cohen, Con Jobs, Douglas Coupland, Heinrich Dunst, Jimmie Durham, Ed Fornieles, Brennan Gerard and Ryan Kelly, Patrick Jackson, Wyatt Kahn, Amar Kanwar, Isabel Lewis, Liberation through Laziness, Heather Phillipson, Organic Photography, Torbjørn Rødland, Surrealism and Tags, Philippe Thomas, Brad Troemel, The Artist as Curator.

THE ARTIST AS CURATOR is a serial publication* examining the fundamental role artists have played as curators, from the postwar period to the present. The series is edited by Elena Filipovic and made possible by an engaged group of art institutions and foundations, each of which is supporting the research and publication of one installment of the project. Issue #1 is devoted to an Exhibit by Richard Hamilton and Victor Pasmore, with an essay by Isabelle Moffat, and to John Cage’s Rolywholyover A Circus for Museum by John Cage, discussed by Sandra Skurvida. This issue is supported by Bergen Kunsthall.

Contemporary capitalism prods us to stick with the program and do our best. Sven Lütticken offers fascinating insights into the concepts of sleep and boredom and the potential of refusal as a counter-politics of the times.

Martin Herbert investigates Ed Fornieles‘s role play-driven social events, repurposed social media projects, and sculptural installations which explore the formatting—and, potentially, freeing—of subjectivity.

Performer, dancer and curator Isabel Lewis calls her works “occasions.” They blend physical and intellectual aspects, engaging the audience while defying theatrical conventions. Lewis talks with Hans Ulrich Obrist, looking forward to a work in the making: the creation of architectures of odors.

Douglas Coupland has suddenly discovered that he was the prophet behind the video game Minecraft. In his text, he follows a trail of miniature Lego bricks leading from the National Building Museum of Washington DC to the extraordinarily nimble little fingers of a five-year-old digital native.

Apsara DiQuinzio asks Ed AtkinsEric BaudelaireNathaniel DorskyMark Lewis,Lucy RavenBen RiversAnri Sala, and Hito Steyerl to probe the current dynamics between contemporary art and moving images.

Amar Kanwar has blazed a unique trail between cinema and visual art. A conversation with Andrea Lissoni attempts to investigate the artist’s approach, method, vision and stance.

Flickr, Instagram, Google Image Search, the iPhone: how to understand the extraordinary expansion and transformation of photographic practice in digital networks? With this question in mind, Jacob King looks back to the photographic activities of Surrealism.

The strange and ugly, yet also familiar and ordinary, photographs of Torbjørn Rødland catch us in a mixture of reactions, triggering shivers and comfort at the same time.Jens Hoffmann introduces some works of the artist, while photographer Lucas Blalock asks Rødland about his meditations on the medium.

Photography has become the intrinsic and organic container of our lives and identity, but artist Christoph Westermeier never had his picture taken as a child. Jennifer Allenanalyzes his (photographic) work.

Following Chris Dercon‘s proposal of a conversation on the theme of art and film and the relationship between the two, George Clark poses some questions to the director of Tate Modern, Tine Fisher (director of CPH:DOX) and Jean-Pierre Rehm (director of FIDMarseille).

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