Rafael Pérez' sketchbook presented in this publication was created in his studio in December 1992 in Dielsdorf, Zurich, as a Christmas present for his wife Ursula. Only minor alterations to the pagination, size and dedication have been made.
Catalogue dedicated to contemporary artists whose production concentrate on the reuse of existing images (new expanded edition). This publication investigates the various practices of these iconographer artists through documentation, illustrations, essays, and interviews (with Haris Epaminonda, Wade Guyton, Camille Henrot, Thomas Hirschhorn, Jonathan Monk, Linder Sterling…).
An essential anthology of studies on music as it is played and lived throughout the world, from France to the United States via South Africa, which underlines Denis-Constant Martin's crucial role in the sociology of popular music. His works, which since the 1970s have questioned recorded and mediatized music by going beyond established musical categories, are striking in their contemporaneity.
First monograph dedicated to Pierre Leguillon's Museum of Mistakes: a
traveling exhibition gathering a collection of mass culture artifacts and
craft objects, questioning with humor and subversivity the mechanisms of
today's visual culture.
The first reissue of Wounds by David Toop and Paul Burwell, originally released in 1980 on Toop's Quartz! label, a representative album of a seminal moment within the British music scene evolved around the London Musicians Collective in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
This Zine contains a selection of Dash Snow's critical Dada-esque collages, which range from cum-glittered tabloid covers starring Saddam Hussein to straight text pieces to sculptural works composed of items like books and skeletal fragments; and a smattering of the photographs and Polaroids that originally made Snow famous outside of street art culture, where he began writing graffiti.
The result of a collective reflection undertaken at the Canadian Center
for Architecture, this publication is the first volume of an annual
periodical series wishing to explore urgent issues in today's curatorial
Oiseaux-Tempête's first original soundtrack composed for the second
feature film by critically-acclaimed Tunisian Director Ala Eddine Slim.
Fully instrumental, this immersive film score is also their most
electronic album to date.