With essays by Lynne Cooke, Sianne Ngai and Nancy Shaw, and Neville Wakefield. This book focuses on two works, Stan Douglas's Win, Place, or Show and Douglas Gordon's left is right and right is wrong and left is wrong and right is right, which comprised the exhibition.
This collaborative CD-ROM project consists of a collection of texts by writer-performer Constance De Jong, electronic effigies by artist Tony Oursler, and music and sound by composer/artist Stephen Vitiello. For more information, please click here.
Al˙s's collection of Fabiola portraits, numbering in the hundreds and painted by amateurs and professionals alike, is the focus of this intriguing book. Not only does it examine the artist's exploration of collecting practices, but the publication also offers an unusual window into aesthetic, sociological, and anthropological values of the past century.
Franz Erhard Walther's highly ambitious 1. Werksatz (First Work Set) consists of fifty-eight fabric elements completed between 1963 and 1969, intended to be unfolded and used by viewers' inviting them to become both beholder and participant.
Artists on Hanne Darboven is the first installment in a series culled from Dia Art Foundation's Artists on Artists lectures, focused on German conceptual artist Hanne Darboven (1941-2009). Established in 2001, the lecture series highlights the work of modern and contemporary artists from the perspective of their colleagues and peers.
This book, the first critical study of Moulčne's work, brings together leading scholars to examine the artist's diverse aesthetic strategies and interests in the relationships between social and political arenas and systems and orders, including geometry, mathematics, social sciences, and human behavior.