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ART How to Frame - On the Threshold of Performing and Visual Arts Sternberg Press

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ART How to Frame - On the Threshold of Performing and Visual Arts Sternberg Press 2016

How to Frame - On the Threshold of Performing and Visual Arts Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792472 Acqn 26524 Pb 18x22cm 192pp 130ills 32col £13.50

With contributions by Claire Bishop, Ellen Blumenstein, Gabriele Brandstetter, Corpus-Network, Franz Anton Cramer, Boris Charmatz, Tim Etchells, Christian Falsnaes, Barbara Gronau, Dorothea von Hantelmann, Matthias von Hartz, Carolin Hochleichter, William Kentridge, Ragnar Kjartansson, La Ribot, Hans-Thies Lehmann, Rabih Mroué, Jörn Schafaff, Shelley Senter, Stefan Troebst, Katleen Van Langendonck, Catherine Wood, Adela Yawitz

From 2012 to 2016, Foreign Affairs, the international performing arts festival of Berliner Festspiele, and the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) have been investigating the relations between the performing and visual arts. The festival has continuously produced projects with international artists that experiment with various institutional frameworks. This book is both a question and a manual, collecting ideas, knowledge and experiences that stem from the theory and practices developed over the past few years.

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ART The Baltic Atlas - Venice Biennale 2016 Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792489 Acqn 26541
ART The Baltic Atlas - Venice Biennale 2016 Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792489 Acqn 26541

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The Baltic Atlas - Venice Biennale 2016 Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792489 Acqn 26541 Hb 13x21cm 336pp 82ills 52col £25.50

Edited by Kārlis Bērziņš, Jurga Daubaraitė, Petras Išora, Ona Lozuraitytė, Niklāvs Paegle, Dagnija Smilga, Johan Tali, Laila Zariņa, Jonas Žukauskas Contributions by Åbäke, Indrek Allmann, Reinis Āzis, Viesturs Celmiņš, Nancy Couling, Tom Crosshill, Muriz Djurdjevic, Leonidas Donskis, Jānis Dripe, Keller Easterling, David Grandorge, Felix Hummel, Gustav Kalm, Karolis Kaupinis, Maroš Krivý, Carl-Dag Lige, Laura Linsi, Jonathan Lovekin, Agata Marzecova, Timothy Morton, Kaja Pae, Thomas Paturet, Ljeta Putāne, Eglė Rindzevičiūtė, Markus Schaefer, Jack Self, Nasrine Seraji, Tuomas Toivonen, Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas, Jānis Ušča, Aro Velmet, Ines Weizman

The Baltic Atlas, published in conjunction with the exhibition of the Baltic States Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, is a gradient between two questions. The first: “what is it possible to imagine?” focuses on interpretations, fictional stories, analyses, and reflections on the ongoing processes, and proposes future projections. The second: “what is possible?” is an inquiry into the methods, resources, and parameters that define space.

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ART Kate Cooper - Look Book Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792250 Acqn 26516 Pb 24x33cm

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ART Kate Cooper - Look Book Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792250 Acqn 26516 Pb 24x33cm 80pp

Kate Cooper - Look Book Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792250 Acqn 26516 Pb 24x33cm 80pp 45col ills £18.95

Edited by Ellen Blumenstein, Heike Catherina Mertens Texts by Hannah Black, Ellen Blumenstein, Christina Weiss, Catherine Wood

This publication accompanies the first institutional solo show by Kate Cooper, winner of the 2014 Schering Stiftung Art Award. Exploring the format and presentation inherent to image production, Cooper returns to the CGI female models used in her exhibition at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, to create a new series of works situated with the fictional space of the lookbook.

Through her videos, exhibitions, and photographic works, Cooper explores the role of gender and what agency images might possess in and of themselves. Producing images becomes akin to building infrastructure; her computer-generated bodies are imbued with power and put to work. The imagery of advertising is hacked. The female labor inherent in these modes of production becomes refocused in an economy of withdrawal, enacting a refusal of representation.

Along with Cooper’s new series of images, LOOK BOOK includes a new short story by Hannah Black titled “Personal Trainer,” appendices by KW curator Ellen Blumenstein, an introduction by Christina Weiss, and subtitles and slogans (“Is seeing everything? Are you all-unseeing?”) by Catherine Wood.

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ART Bulletins of The Serving Library 11 Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792540 Acqn 26574 Pb

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ART Bulletins of The Serving Library 11 Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792540 Acqn 26574 Pb 12x17cm

Bulletins of The Serving Library 11 Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792540 Acqn 26574 Pb 12x17cm 176pp 64ills 54col £12.75

Edited by Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey, Angie Keefer, David Reinfurt Contributions by Muhammad Ali, Lucas Benjamin, Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey, Dexter Sinister, Umberto Eco, Emily Gephart, James Langdon, Tamara Shopsin, Amy Sillman, T. E. White

Released to inaugurate The Serving Library’s new red, gold, and green space in Liverpool, this issue is both printed in and concerned with colour. It includes Emily Gephart’s account of the Spectra Poetry Hoax of 1916, a truncated phone call from Dexter Sinister to Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, the late, great Muhammad Ali discussing skin colour in a 1971 TV interview, reflections on the history of Chroma-key green by Lucas Benjamin, a personal history of paint and painting by Amy Sillman, and further contributions by T. E. White, Umberto Eco, Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey, Tamara Shopsin, and James Langdon.

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ART Dysfunctional Comedy - A Reader Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792564 Acqn 26575 Pb 13x20cm
ART Dysfunctional Comedy - A Reader Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792564 Acqn 26575 Pb 13x20cm

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Dysfunctional Comedy - A Reader Sternberg Press 2016 ISBN 9783956792564 Acqn 26575 Pb 13x20cm 118pp 45ills 38col £15.25

Contributions by Aron Flam, Anna Kinbom, Lars-Erik Hjertström Lappalainen, Sally O’Reilly, Lívia Páldi, Roee Rosen, Olav Westphalen

Dysfunctional Comedy documents a series of public events, performances, and workshops conceptualized by German-American artist Olav Westphalen and organized with different partners, mainly in Sweden, between 2012 and 2015. An intersection of practices, ideas, and images, this artist’s book/catalogue engages with representatives of different traditions and genres in comedic and cartoonist practices to reflect on the rich history of stand-up comedy and political satire.

The publication features more than fifteen artists and writers who engage with a variety of comedic techniques, often as a way to subvert the strategies and themes of stand-up comedy and rethink artistic performativity and audience participation. Public speech and the ways of addressing sensitive issues, stereotypes, taboos, and power relations are also examined, not only to seek new modes of public address, but to look critically at the art world and cultural- political operations, conservatism, and inflexibility.

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