Mathieu Copeland

 
Curator and publisher (Mathieu Copeland Editions), Mathieu Copeland (born 1977) lives and works in London. Graduate from the London Goldsmiths College, he curated, among others, the exhibitions Voids (with Laurent Le Bon, John Armleder, Gustav Metzger, Mai-Thu Perret and Clive Phillpot) at Centre Pompidou and Kunsthalle Bern in 2009, Soundtrack for an Exhibition and Alan Vega at Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon, Expart-Art Centre / EAC (with Brian Eno, Pierre Huyghe, Ben Kinmont, Claude Lévêque, Didier Marcel, Olivier Mosset, Shimabuku, Dan Walsh, and Ian Wilson) at ICA, London, Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon, Museum Sztuki Lodz, CAC Vilnius, Kunstihoone Tallinn, and Bizart Shanghai, Meanwhile… Across Town (with Cerith Wyn Evans) at Centre Point Building, London. He participated at the 9th Lyon Biennal. In 2002, Mathieu Copeland has launched Anna Sanders Films World Tour (a program of films by Charles de Meaux, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Pierre Huyghe et Philippe Parreno). He is the editor of the book Anna Sanders Films – The In-Between, published by Les presses du réel.

See also Mathieu Copeland Editions.

(external link : www.mathieucopeland.net)
 
Mathieu Copeland - En affinité(s) - Allan Kaprow / Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux
2021
bilingual edition (English / French)
Loevenbruck
A new essay by curator and publisher Mathieu Copeland about Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux's reinvention of Allan Kaprow's environment The Apple Shrine and considering, more generally, the themes of reinvention in art and the exhibition form.
Mathieu Copeland - A Personal Sonic Geology
2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
Le Plateau / Frac Île-de-France
Since 2012, Mathieu Copeland et Philippe Decrauzat produce videos stemming from “a desire to film sound, record places, and dive into the process of a material construction and destruction.” This publication—between artist's book and critical essay—considers all films produced until then by the art critic and the artist, and offers a basis for reflexion and work for those to come.


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