The fifth volume in Jack Pierson's famed Tomorrow's Man
series associates archival material and works by contemporary artists in a
collage-like design to produce an exploded vision of the current visual
landscape, draped in vintage homoeroticism and glamour.
The Canadian artist's second album features two immersive pieces that
explore ideas of compositional drift: The Nonsuch is inspired by
nocturnal hallucinations while In Praise of Blandness builds on
sinologist François Jullien's concept of “blandness”.
A previously unreleased concert recording from 1983 by Das Moabiter Duo
(Sven-Åke Johansson and Thomas Kapielski). An eclectic improvisation
associating drums, electronics
and concrete music, offering a snapshot of the experimental Berlin scene
of the 1980s.
This catalogue presents the artist's recent works, tackling issues related
to the plasticity of space and the creation of gaze. It brings together
exhibition views and photographs, an essay by Florian Gaité and an interview
with Marion Guilmot.
The soundtrack of an interactive project around phantom islands—islands that
appeared on historical maps but never actually existed. A collection of
fictitious soundscapes, between field recording and exotica music.
Superimposing different sources—background sounds, recordings of a charivari in the streets of Lyon, bird songs or rhythms and melodies of amateur or professional musicians—Paul Elliman's vinyl record can be experienced as a form of sound loitering, each track composed by the transformation of different audio materials into unique musical collages.
Over the past decade, 21 poets have come to La Kunsthalle Mulhouse to immerse themselves in the art and spend time within the space composing original texts reflecting on their experiences and vision of the work surrounding them. These writings are now collected in this volume.
Interdisciplinary and cross-border collaboration between Belgian architect Inessa Hansch and German artist Susanne Kühn: a work that combines architecture and painting, around space and its representation, which questions the idea of the inside and the outside.