By Carlos Fernåndez-Pello, Javier Fresneda, Eduardo Hurtado, Regina de Miguel, Antonio R. Montesinos, Lorenzo Sandoval (Eds.)
With Contributions from: Pavla Ascher, Santiago Eraso, Juan Freire, Emanuele Guidi, John Holten, Nicolas Malevé, Markus Miessen, Laurence Rassel, Alan Pauls, Maria PTQK, Urzsula Wozniak
Artist's catalogue / Anthology
Spanish/English dual editions
Design: Carlos Fernåndez-Pello
Mountainislandglacier (En) €10,00 EUR MontañaIslaglaciar (Es) €10,00 EUR Two book edition (En & Es) €18,00 EUR
After a game-changing year when Europe, in all its tangible and intangible consequences reached far and wide, BDP are proud to announce one of our most ambitious compilations of art, writing and investigation on our contemporary’s troubled, shape-shifting realities. In a unique dual book publication (English/Spanish editions) edited by the group ‘Correspondence from Eyjafjallajökull’ the book contains the artistic results and research of the group, along with eleven probing and insightful carefully selected ‘collaborations’. These diverse entries take many forms, including fiction, essay, polemnic,
After working together as a research group centering around the event that was Eyjafjallajökull in May 2010, ‘Correspondence from Eyjafjallajökull’ went about re-examining the idea of Europe. With no air traffic possible, Europe found itself connected in a very physical way, a unity that is the opposite in many ways of how ‘Europe’ has been so recently conceived. Through various forms of artistic research and development new, kaleidoscopic perspectives of Europe came about, moving from peripheries such as Turkey and Iceland itself, moving inward to the imaginative world of European identity creation.
With a strong focus on the problematic nature of European discourse as it currently is offered, the recent rise of protests movements in Spain appear in contributions from Maria Ptqk, Emanuele Guidi, Juan Freire and Santiago Eraso: the 15th May Movement in Spain and The Arab Spring pre-dated but also foretold the wider Occupy movement of 2012, an incredible year in which protest and the right to protest swept the world in myriad forms. The playful use of fiction to create stories and identity is evident in contributions from Pavla Ascher, John Holten and Alan Pauls. Re-imagining the line of Europe’s borders opens the anthology with Urzsula Wozniak’s essay on Turkey’s relationship with Europe, while Markus Miesson offers an extension of the realm of what can be thought of as ‘Europe’ with an extract from his East Coast Europe project.
You Are Here
Winner at the Prix Charlemagne pour la Jeunesse européennee 2010
An investigation into modes of artistic and political production in contemporary Europe, through an investigation of work being produced in the locus of East and West twenty years after the Mauerfall in Berlin. Using Berlin as a prism, a series of texts and artworks by some of Europe's finest practitioners are presented in a unique book-object that works through its own layout and design as a physical exhibition.
You Are Here
Ann Cotten Anna Bro Agnieszka Drotkiewicz Martin John Callanan Volha Martynenka Francesca Musiani Christophe Van Gerrewey Urszula Wozniak
Edited by John Holten & Line Madsen Simenstad
Design by FUK laboratories TM 11 November, 2009 English (with Polish, German, Belarussian, Danish) ISBN 978-3-00-028868-5
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a copy
Expanded Architecture 2012
Edited by Sarah Breen Lovett and Lee Stickells
With essays by Steven Ball, Dirk De Bruyn, Bert Bongers, The Conductors and Tega Brain
Expanded Architecture began as a sell-out architecture film festival and panel discussion in November 2010 at Performance Space, Carriageworks, Sydney. It brought together the films from over 40 local and international artists and architects, concentrating on the intersections of avant-garde film, expanded cinema and architecture.
As part of the Sydney Architecture Festival, Expanded Architecture 2011 invited proposals for collaborative, site-specific moving image projections and filmic installations. Selected proposals were part of an exciting one night only exhibition in the inspirational foyer space of CarriageWorks, Sydney on Wednesday October 26th 2011. The invitation was open to artists, film-makers, architects, design professionals and students or anyone that is interested in architecture, art and film. Submissions proposed site-specific moving-image projection installations, responding to the foyer of CarriageWorks, or its immediate urban context.
We are pleased to announce the selection of the following artists for EA2011, who created new site specific works for one night only: 26th October 2011 at CarriageWorks Sydney:
FloodSlicer + Beth Steven
Adam Russell (DRAW) + Suzy Pickles (Kann Finch/Staple Design)
The Conductors (Thomas Rivard, Michael Lewarne, Francesca Veronesi, Paul J. Warren)
Killanoodle (Michael Killalea, Sarah Barns, Ian Plowman)
MNP Projects (Linda Matthews, Sarah Nolan, Gavin Perin)
Lucy Rimmer + Irina Belova
Marcia Jane - MoFo - Nicholas Maurer - Office Feuerman
Bert Bongers - Tega Brain
Edited by Elisa Rusca
Texts by Prof. Dr. Jean-François Démonet, Rebecca Howard, Charlotte Lalou Rousseau, Craig Schüftan, Vincent Surmont
Artwork byAnne Duk Hee Jordan, Jacob Kirkegaard, Luke Munn, Virginie Rebetez and Sam Smith
Design: FUK Graphic Design Studio
152 pages, 32 full colour pages
12,5 cm x 19,5 cm
This is a book that acts as an extension of the exhibition Oblivion and whose subjects are memory and fading memories. Oblivion was conceived as a group show of five international contemporary artists who explore these concepts in diverse media.
Working as both an archive and as a record for the artists and their works, it is also a melting pot and indeed a starting point to explore the mental and philosophical speculations of these subjects. Not to be defined so much as a “catalogue” per se, it is rather part of the Oblivion project and can be enjoyed as an independent element at the same time. The title, Oblìo, comes from the Italian translation of the English project's title.
Alongside a full colour carnet of the artworksand presentations of the artists, curator Elisa Rusca invited other contributors to write about their notions of oblivion. The five essays and two interviews compiled in the book each take on a unique way of looking at fading away in our contemporary society. Professor and neurologist Jean-Fraçois Démonet explains the physical and chemical process that happens in the brain when we forget; textual artist Rebecca Howard contributes with a written performance on memory; history of art student Charlotte “Lalou” Rousseauexplores lyrically the construction of fake memories; writer and radio producer Craig Schüftan takes us on a trip into the spirit of rock ‘n’ roll and the notion of fading away; while art historian Vincent Surmont wrote a text about collective memories, private recollections and the myth of a perfect memory. Net artist Olia Lialina was interviewed by Rusca about her practice and the search for immortality through the World Wide Web. Further to this professor, chemist and director of CSGI (Centre for Colloid and Surface Science) in Florence Piero Baglioni answered questions relating to restoration and his work with nanotechnologies.
From science to poetry, from sociology to the Internet, Oblio wishes to expand the analysis and discussion of the many aspects related to fading memory and contemporary art.
Exhibition: Zweigstelle Berlin, Lehrterstr. 37, Berlin. May 9 -24
Expanded Architecture At The Rocks was an exhibition and symposium on the notion of Reverse Projections, that is drawing multifarious aspects of the urban environment into site-specific spatial art practices. This exhibition and symposium part of Sydney Architecture Festival and The Rocks Pop Up Program in 2013.
This catalogue features all works from the Exhibition, including works by:
Zanny Begg, Ross Anderson, Simon Weir and Kevin Liu, Edward Leckie and Lindsay Webb, Rachel Couper, Ivana Kuzmanovska and Kate Dunn, Michael Tawa and Lymesmith / Sonia van de Haar, Cristina Garduño Freeman, Antonia Fredman and Vicki Leibowitz, Joshua Lynch and Richard Goodwin, Sarah Breen Lovett, Ben Norris and Jun Ming.
Full papers from the Academic Symposium are also included, by:
Thea Brejzek and Lawrence Wallen,
Cristina Garduño Freeman, Antonia Fredman and Vicki Leibowitz,