Job Interviews Chris Evans (Ed.)

Published by Uh Books, Brussels, 2017, 60 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 13.6 × 27.8 cm, English

Price: €22

Edited and illustrated by Chris Evans, and co-published with Para Site, Hong Kong.

“The ritual of the job interview can be considered as a courtship that’s conditioned by protocols that ask for a quite particular display: with social relations as material, a dance of conformity, the attempted imagining and echoing of expectations.”

This anthology of commissioned writing includes contributions by Nadim Abbas, Howie Chen, Heman Chong, Matthew Dickman, Jason Dodge, Angie Keefer, Holly Pester, Natasha Soobramanien, Marina Vishmidt, and Jonas Žakaitis. Designed by Will Holder.

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Bill 2 Julie Peeters (editor)

Published by Roma Publications, Amsterdam, 2019, 184 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 23 × 31 cm, English

Price: €22 (Out of stock)

Bill 2 is the second issue of an annual magazine of photographic stories, edited and designed by Julie Peeters. Twelve contributors present new or previously unpublished work. Bill prioritizes visual reading without distraction, the images that appear in the magazine are printed without any accompanying text. Contributors to the second issue are: Gintaras Didziapetris, Jason Dodge, Archiv Hans Hollein, Inge Ketelers, Tadashi Kurahashi by Tadanori Yokoo – Tadanori Yokoo by Tadashi Kurahashi, Jochen Lempert, Raimundas Malasauskas, Bart Julius Peters / T L P S, Reto Schmid, Megan Francis Sullivan, Linda van Deursen, Ann Woo, and Jiajia Zhang.

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Jason Dodge / Paul Thek

Self-published, 2017, unpaginated (colour ill.), 16 × 23 cm, Edition of 200, each hand bound with different inserts, English

Price: €40

Published on the occasion of Jason Dodge’s 2017 exhibition at the Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin

From the press release “We are pleased to announce the final instalment of our exhibition series Porzellan und Vulkan with the exhibition Jason Dodge and Paul Thek. In the Schinkelklause several of Paul Thek’s major drawings will be displayed, while on the upper floor of the Schinkel Pavillon Dodge will present a sculptural installation. Dodges installative work and a program of poetry readings will draw conceptual reference to the work of Paul Thek and his engagement with rituals of diverse kinds.

The paralells between Thek and Dodge’s work in material and meaning are unmistakable. In addition to the visual exhibitions, the collaborations include readings by poets Dodge has published, and a workshop from Thek’s teaching notes for his 4D class at Cooper Union 1978-1981— all of these elements contribute to the interweaving between the artistic disciplines and embellish the notion of collaboration.”

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Ready To Get Bleeding Jason Dodge

Self-published, 2016, 216 pages (colour ill.) in corner-stapled cardboard box, 15.8 x 22 cm, English/French

Price: €75 (out of stock)

Published on the occasion of the exhibition “Behind this machine anyone with a mind who cares can enter” by Jason Dodge at IAC-Institut d’art contemporain Villeurbanne. Texts by CAConrad and Valentina Desideri. Translation by Gilles Berton.

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Schloßpark Pansevitz Jason Dodge

Self published, 2017, unpaginated (colour ill.) in corner-stapled cardboard box, 15.8 × 22 cm, English

Price: €55

Published on the occasion of Jason Dodge’s 2017 exhibition at the Schloßpark Pansevitz

“The things in this book were once precious or at least kept for one reason or another. As Governments have fallen and currencies have been replaced, coins that were once used for buying things have stopped being circulated. The simple value of silver by weight is what connects these coins to necklaces, rings, tea sets and pins, now, all of these pieces of silver have become exchanged for money, the cash they could fetch has outweighed any sentimental or aesthetic value.

All of these things in this book are now hidden, lost between trees, in lakes, in the grass and under rocks throughout Schlosspark Pansevitz.” Camilla v.d. Bussche

Printed in an edition of 75 signed and numbered copies

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