Pamphlets

As an accompaniment to some of the shows we put forth a publication with content related to the work of the artists. Due to the research-based practice of most of the artists, there is a lot of interesting material that can not be read directly in the work itself but is worth publishing. The articles are written by writers and scholars who are specialists in the artists’ fields of research. The design is by Lesley Moore. # 1 Tia Ciata’s Open House (as an accompaniment with Wendelien van Oldenborgh’s show Après la Reprise La Prise, September 2009) # 2 On the Art ...

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P 3 Neoliberalism as Horror: Wolfen and the Political Unconscious of Real Estate From: http://cartographiesoftheabsolute.wordpress.com   P 13 Man is a Wolf to Man: An Appreciation of Wolfen From: http://www.unemployednegativity.com

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PublisherFall Semester2014
At cross-purposes As multipurpose as a Swiss army knife, shunted back and forth every which way between art and architecture, he is at once an alibi, a foil, a spiritual father, a defeated ideologue whose scars are an atonement (the deafness, whether real or feigned – we’ll come back to it later) and rather handy… a paper architect, an ideologue, the kind of brand that keeps on giving, still legitimized by the French establishment, that funny alter cocker Yona Friedman® with the slight Slavic accent that makes you smile, whose foibles everyone forgives, since they’re so charming and “inoffensive.” Yona Friedman® is perfectly ...

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PublisherThe New Inquiry2017
Facial recognition technology turns your face into code that can be archived and traded among strange and suspect parties. Its growing sophistication in the hands of law enforcement poses a particular threat to anonymous dissent. Civil rights groups are already forecasting a near future where police use of facial recognition to track protesters will discourage people from hitting the streets. The face is only one of several methods that companies specializing in biometric identification technology are developing at a rapid pace. Because they’re harder to forge than passwords, companies are scooping up our faces, gaits, irises and fingerprints in the name ...

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‘Zakłady na Žycie’ (Plant-life) is a museum environment exploring Poland’s industrial past. a plant can be as much a photosynthetic organism as a factory, power-station, or other large industrial complex. it is in this sense the piece attempts to achieve as much as state of David Attenborough as it does anthropological glance into the life of factories across Poland. Using relics gathered from both functioning factories and industrial ruins around the country, the installation* is based on a workers health and safety display, found in a power station in Lódz. the experience allows one to zoom-in, from the larger level of ...

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Zero Sum Gain is the fourth issue of a series of publications issued by Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam. Published as an accompaniment with the show ‘Science of the strange’ from 4 September to 9 October 2010 at Wilfried Lentz Gallery. With this publication is a signed and numbered artist edition of Ulrik Heltoft (500 copies).

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