Publication based on the eponymous exhibitions organized at CAN, Neuchâtel, and Post Territory Ujeongguk, Seoul, bringing together the works of six Swiss and Korean artists, as well as new texts by Korean curators and theoreticians.
Visual documentation on Jonathan Monk's eponymous exhibition, commissioned by curator Marc-Olivier Wahler on the occasion of the twenty-year anniversary of the CAN Centre d'art Neuchâtel. The British artist revisits an iconic exhibition he did during the first years of the CAN in 1997. The publication confronts the images of the two events.
A game of cards and strategy whose goal is to bring out his or her rival from the Hospital, a place of freedom without boundaries. Players will have to use alternative medicine, electroshock, trade union struggle and occult forces to succeed.
A series of photographs by Martin Widmer, taken in Jonathan Binet's exhibition at CAN, Neuchâtel. Widmer's over-exposure disrupts the traditional contours of the artwork and questions the notions of authority and subject.
Luxurious box set including 4 catalogues and a double vinyl of the concert by Damo Suzuki and The Fume (a live performance by the ex-singer of CAN, in the continuity of the krautrock movement), prolonging one year of evolving exhibitions and performances at Centre d'Art de Neuchâtel.
Swiss exhibition catalogue focused on the theme of the acceleration in globalization (with Kader Attia, Francis Baudevin, Daniele Buetti, Chris Cunningham, Philippe Decrauzat, Wim Delvoye, Mathieu Mercier...).