Susanne Kriemanns practice and its relation to the concept of Reading in a wider sense: reading photographs, archives, and texts and transforming these into new compositions with photography, urban space. In its pages artists and theorists address aspects of computing, curating, economy, ecology, gentrification, music, publishing, piracy, and much more. The Independent Jörg HeiserAll of a Sudden Things that Matter in Contemporary Art Since the mid-1990s, contemporary art has been booming like never before. Oliver Harris, Times Literary Supplement Katja EydelModel ve Sembol Die Erfindung der Türkei/The Invention of Turkey This publication documents both the visionary and utopic framework underlying the creation of modern Turkey. Theo EshetuThe Body Electric The Body Electric is the first comprehensive survey of video artist and filmmaker Theo Eshetus extensive body of work.
Nikolaus Hirsch, Philipp Misselwitz, Markus Miessen, Matthias Görlich (Eds.)Institution Building Artists, Curators, Architects in the Struggle for Institutional Space This book presents a study that conceptualizes, tests, and practically applies the spatial strategy for the European Kunsthalle. To address the centrality of language, books, and the act of reading in Chongs oeuvre, this publication features newly commissioned texts from a variety of contributors. Plant histories are explored by significant and diverse feminist, art-historical, and anthropological voicesfrom Germaine Greer to herman de vriesbringing new perspectives through photo-essays, fiction, performance, and interventions in ecological, film, and translation archives. Craig KalpakjianIntelligence Among the first artists in his generation to employ digital software in the creation of art objects, Craig Kalpakjian engages with both historical art discourses and contemporary issues. If modernism was a return to the origin of art or of society, to their purification with the aim of rediscovering their essence, then our own centurys modernity will be invented, precisely, in opposition to all radicalism, dismissing both the bad solution of re-enrooting.