Siegelaub / The Artist’s Reserved Rights Transfer And Sale Agreementjul. 15
Abstract Habitats: Installations of Coexistence and Coevolution. Sven Lüttickenjul. 15
AS ABOVE SO BELOW in now stored in Google mapsoct. 15
Bik Van der Pol on instagram and twittersep. 16
Public Space? Lost and Foundapr. 17
Public Space? Lost and Found, a collection of essays, projects, and interviews on the shape and status of public space-making in art and architecture today, produced by ACT and distributed by MIT Press.
Greater Together, ACCA, Melbourne, 8 Jul–17 Sep 2017jul. 17
Verschwindende Vermächtnisse: Die Welt als Wald - Disappearing Legacies: The World as Forestaug. 17
in preparation: Escualita at CA2M - Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madridaug. 17
Escualita is an informal school at the CA2M - Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo devoted to transdisciplinary exchange, collective study and the non-traditional forms of knowledge production.
Just published: School of Missing Studies, Sandberg Series n°1aug. 17
Just published: WERE IT AS IF Beyond An Institution That Issep. 17
Whom does a contemporary art institute like Witte de With belong to? How are its stories told and untold? Could a staging of its exhibition history through traces, remains, and scars constitute an act of resistance against the tide of accumulation? This publication, designed by Bardhi Haliti, follows WERE IT AS IF as a many-voiced case study that enlists the power of fragments as points of provocation to engage with methodologies of the contemporary. Contributions by Defne Ayas, Bik Van der Pol, Manuel Borja-Villel, Marianna Hovhannisyan, Brian Kuan Wood, Doreen Mende, Peter Osborne, Elizabeth A. Povinelli, Samuel Saelemakers, Terry Smith, Ana Teixeira Pinto
Academie der Kunste der Welt: Youth Academy THE CITY & THE CITYsep. 17
Youth Academy release party in cooperation with Stadtrevue
Collective workshop: The City & the City, referring to China Miéville’s book in which two cities occupy much of the same geographical space, but via the volition of their citizens they are perceived as two different cities. Participants embark on cooperative research to explore ways of gathering knowledge through forms of in-depth reading of the public domain, alternative writing and storytelling, against the background of the elections. This culminates in a public event and an insert in the December 2017 issue of the monthly magazine Stadtrevue.