Michael Lett, Auckland

Simon Denny
Video Aquarium Broadcast

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A dense and compact DVD-sized book overview of Simon Denny’s exhibitions of the past couple of years broken into thoroughly documented DVD chapters for each installation (T293, Buchholz, Lett, Standard Oslo, Luettgenmeijer, etc.), and “Commentaries” by Dan Arps, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Simon Denny and Simon Pound.

Designed by Warren Olds and Simon Denny.

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Sriwhana Spong
Nijinsky

Nijinsky relates to a series of Sriwhana Spong films that are a re-imagining of a George Balanchine ballet, The Song of the Nightingale, originally choreographed in 1925 for the itinerant Ballet Russes. Based on the only fragments remaining of the original (the Stravinsky score and documentation of the Matisse designs for set and costumes, and some of the costumes themselves) Spong’s films and the book’s contents exhort the Balanchine maxim, “Before is over. Performance is now”.

Nijinsky channels the presence of the famous chimeric dancer for whom the book is named, and involves stills from the films along with collage works that overlay geometric forms onto ballet photographs cut from picture books. It also features writing by Sarah Hopkinson, Gwynneth Porter, ballet photographer and author Keith Money, and the artist herself.

This book project has been supported by Creative New Zealand, and was co-published with the Auckland gallery Michael Lett on the occasion of the screening of Spong’s Lethe-wards at Art Basel in June 2010.

Texts by Sarah Hopkinson, Gwynneth Porter, Keith Money, Sriwhana Spong.

Published by Clouds and Michael Lett

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Noli Me Legere

Catalogue for the 2008 exhibition Noli Me Legere at Michale Lett in Auckland. Features work by Ava Seymour, Emily Wardill, Hany Armanious, Simon Denny, Jim Allen, and Wolfgang Tillmans.
Essays by Jan Bryant and Sarah Hopkinson.
Design by Kelvin Soh.

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Hany Armanious
Turns in Arabba

Wonderful pocket book published around Hany Armanious’ “Turns In Arabba work.
Text by Jason Markou.

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