This artist's book gathers a collection of interviews by artist Mathilde ter Heijne, exploring the idea of open-ended, collaborative art processes and their transformative potential beyond the confines of art.
This book shows handwritten revisions, annotations, and drawings from contributors including voodoo priest Togbé Hounon-Hounougbo Bahounsou and priestess Mamissi DaPovi, women from the Kartal Kadın Ürünleri Pazarı (Women's Products Market) in Istanbul, ayahuasca shaman and biologist Ulrich Meyerratken, ceremonial magic anthropologist Susan Greenwood and artists, curators and critics Sabeth Buchmann, Anselm Franke, Elke Bippus, Amy Patton, Mark Kremer, Janne Schäfer, and Kristine Agergaard.
Published following the éponymous exhibition at the Museum für Freie Kunst in Freiburg from November 2014 to February 2015.
Mathilde ter Heijne (born 1969 in Strasbourg, France) is a Dutch artist and Professor of Visual Art/Media, Installation, and Performance at the Kunsthochschule, Kassel.
Edited by Mathilde ter Heijne and Amy Patton.
Foreword by Christine Litz and Sophia Trollman; contributions by Kristine Agergaard, Anke Bagma, Togbé Hounon Hounougbo Bahousou, Elke Bippus, Esma Boz, Sabeth Buchmann, Anselm Franke, Susan Greenwood, Mathilde ter Heijne, Mark Kremer, Ulrich Meyerratken, Amy Patton, Mamissi Da Povi, Janne Schäfer, Engin Yardimci; interview with Christine Litz and Sophia Trollman.