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Of Bridges & Borders
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  Of Bridges & Borders
Edited by Sigismond de Vajay.
Texts by Pedro Donoso, Andrea Giunta, Josep-Maria Martin, Cuauhtémoc Medina, Carsten Nicolai, Marti Peran.
published in 2009
bilingual edition (English / Spanish)
17,6 x 23,8 cm (hardcover)
408 pages (192 color & 40 b/w ill.)
€43.00
ISBN: 978-3-03764-081-4
EAN: 9783037640814
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Thematic anthology.
"Of Bridges & Borders" is a project in a book form. It brings together artists and writers, combines a range of singular positions, chronicles contributions whose formats vary as widely as their content, and aims to create new readings by proximity, difference, comparison, and contradiction.
Chronologically, it spans the period after the fall of the Berlin Wall to the present; conceptually, it contains a broad range of works made in a variety of media, all of them dynamically joined in a manner that consciously contrasts with the traditional encyclopedia structure.
"Of Bridges & Borders" attempts to reflect a contemporary global memory in a free art world with more bridges than borders.
Contributions by Ignasi Aballí, Carlos Amorales, Erick Beltrán, John Bock, Chris Burden, Santiago Cirugeda/ Recetas Urbanas, Matias Duville, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Elmgreen & Dragset, Carlos Garaicoa, Liam Gillick, Fabrice Gygi, Diango Hernández & Mouse on Mars, Thomas Hirschhorn, Hassan Khan, Guillermo Kuitca, Dr. Lakra, Lang/Baumann, Claude Lévêque, Nicola López, Jorge Macchi, Josep-Maria Martín, Gianni Motti, Antoni Muntadas, Ishmael Randall Weeks, Muntean/Rosenblum, Carsten Nicolai, Alva Noto, Hans Op de Beeck, Dan Perjovschi, Frédéric Post, Reynold Reynolds, Tomás Saraceno, Santiago Sierra.

Published for a series of international events (Barcelona, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Lausanne, Lima, London, Paris, Rio de Janeiro...), from October 2009 (www.ofbridgesandborders.com).

See also Of Bridges & Borders Vol. II.