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▲ Release #7

The Witness


The Witness accompanies the exhibition All the Memory of the Worldat GAM, Turin. This group exhibition includes works by artists whose practice entails various means of historical reconstruction, its implications, and the instruments
for the recording and filing of historical events. The Witness is a reader, a selection of texts investigating the relationship between different historical methods, art
and images.


Edited by Elena Volpato and Paolo Caffoni
Softcover, 12
× 20 cm
English/Italian text
312 pages
10.00 eur

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▲ Release #6

The Exhibitionist


The Exhibitionist is a journal focusing solely on the practice of exhibition making.
Its objectives are to create a wider platform for the discussion of curatorial
concerns, encourage a diversification of curatorial models, and actively contribute
to the formation of a theory of curating. Issue No. 1, for example, includes texts
by curators on historical exhibitions; assessments of the 11th Istanbul Biennial
from four different viewpoints; texts reconsidering the idea of the solo show;
and texts by curators who discuss the curatorial process of recent exhibitions
they have worked on.


Edited by Jens Hoffmann, Tara McDowell
Editorial Board: Okwui Enwezor, Paul O’Neil, Maria Lind,
Jessica Morgan, Dorothea von Hantelmann,
Mary Jane Jacob, Adriano Pedrosa, Connie Lewallen
English text
Published biennially
10.00 eur

▲ Release #5

First Contact – film material nº4



A newspaper printed on the occasion of the exhibition The Fourth Wall at
Koch Oberhuber Wolff in Berlin. The newspaper includes texts and images from
Von Wedemeyer’s archive, as well as new material, interviews, and articles,
all used to develop the ideas behind the Forth Wall project. It is a collection
of research material and commentaries meant to serve as a guide for the exhibition.
It includes texts by Francesco Manacorda Angelika Stepken, Anne M. Lovell, Sylvia Schedelbauer, Paolo Caffoni and Clemens von Wedemeyer.

Clemens von Wedemeyer (born Göttingen, Germany, 1974) is the recipient
of awards such as the German competition at Internationale Kurzfilmtage
Oberhausen as well as the Karl-Schmidt-Rottluff-Stipendium. His work
has recently been exhibited at KW, Berlin, MoMA, New York, GAM, Torino
and The Barbican, London.


Edited by Paolo Caffoni and Clemens von Wedemeyer
Co-published with Spector Books, Leipzig
English text
8 pages

▲ Event #2

The Loose Bookshop at Archive Kabinett
December 10th, 2009 at 7.00 pm


We are happy to invite you to the opening of Archive Kabinett & The Loose Bookshop.
Archive Kabinett will open its rooms with a selection of publications
and films all revolving
around the idea of archives as storytellers and the
presentation of Home for lost Ideas,
a book project by Dan Rees and Catherine Griffiths, published by Archive Books.

Join us on December 10th, 2009 at 7.00 pm at Archive Kabinett
in Dieffenbachstraße 31, Berlin. We will be looking forward to seeing you there!

▲ Release #4

Ian Kiaer, What Where



What Where is the catalogue accompanying Ian Kiaer’s solo show at GAM, Turin, the first exhibition in the Gam Underground Project series, curated by Elena Volpato. It includes texts by Elena Volpato, Andrew Renton, Chris Sharp, Roger Cook, Luca Cerizza and Robert Harbison, woven between images of the works
in the exhibition.

Ian Kiaer (born London, 1971) is a London-based artist. His work has been exhibited in institutions such as the Tate Britain, the Chicago Museum of Art
and the Berlin Biennial.


Edited by Elena Volpato
Softcover, 25
× 30 cm
English/Italian text
176 pages
30.00 eur

▲ Pictures of Event #1

Pictures of Simon Fujiwara’s lecture
October 6th, 2009 at 8.00 pm

 

▲ Event #1

Simon Fujiwara’s lecture
October 6th, 2009 at 8.00 pm


Simon Fujiwara continuously re-constructs his own identity by weaving
his personal and family biographies into the larger scheme of history, through architectural installations, erotic fiction writing and lecture-performances. From expeditions in Africa to the underground world of sex in 70’s Spain, the personal experiences presented in Fujiwara’s lectures are used to explore a range of subjects from ethnology and eroticism to architecture and ancestry.

Please join us on Tuesday at Archive Kabinett in Dieffenbachstraße 31, Berlin.
We are looking forward to seeing you soon!