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Stephen Willats
Street Talk : Amsterdam

“Two people together is the basic unit for expressing society, and the complexity of expressions between two people is mirrored in the wider formal and informal networks of culture. The act of walking together, side by side, is fundamental to acts of sociability; it introduces fluidity and transience in the coding of language in a relationship when perceived by an external observer. (…)”

Stephen Willats, Street Talk: Amsterdam

Sewn by hand with orange and blue thread, includes fold-out map
Supported by Cassochrome

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FR DAVID “Spin-cycle”
Summer 2011

The eighth issue of F.R.DAVID, “Spin-cycle”, is preoccupied with commentary: quite simply assuming that any form of production is commentary – the addition / subtraction of value – in one form or other.

Contributions from Cory Arcangel, G.K.Chesterton, Serge Daney, Susan Howe, Edward Johnston, Janice Kerbel, John Miller, Alice Notley, Francis Ponge, Ezra Pound, J.H.Prynne, Cally Spooner, Keston Sutherland, Ian White, Mas’ud Zavarzadeh and more. Including a 16-page colour contribution in by Franz Erhard Walter.

Edited by Will Holder & Mike Sperlinger.

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Simon Denny
Envisaging Vocational Rehabilitation

Catalogue for the exhibition Envisaging Vocational Rehabilitation at the Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster

Vocational rehabilitation is a term that refers to a process of compelling and enabling people to overcome disability so they can work. This social practice is the starting point for a collaboration between the Berlin-based artist Simon Denny and Joanna Fadyl, a PHD candidate from New Zealand who’s thesis focuses on this topic.

Exemplary documents originating from New Zealand’s social history have been compiled and processed by Denny and David Bennewith to form a central brochure from where the diverse parts of the project are accessed; including a video, Twitter feed and computer application.

This unique and limited edition brochure is structurally informed by Facebook’s new timeline protocol and Edward Tufte’s notions about the visualisation of information; which are also starting and reference points for the graphic design. As well as its concertina, a series of tipped in fold-outs act like interpolations – alluding to the contemporary [digital] archive, translated back into layered space. The brochure is explicitly designed as a resource for communicating Fadyl’s PHD research to the field and further; half of the edition is distributed within this context.

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FLUITEN IN HET DONKER (Whistling in the Dark)
Ed. de Appel Curatorial Programme 2010/2011

Fluiten in het Donker (Whistling in the Dark) is a publication conceived along-side the eponymous group exhibition curated by de Appel Curatorial Programme 2010-2011. The book is not stricto sensu an exhibition catalogue. It is the trouble mirror of a curatorial research – a collection of texts and images related to the show and guided by the evolving internal dialogue of a fictive curatorial narrator. Artists presented within the exhibition and discussed in the publication are Absalon, Samuel Beckett, Pierre Bismuth, Tania Bruguera, Jenny Holzer, René Magritte and others.

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