Onion Walk and News Animation (Rehearsal) Simone Forti

Published by ReadingRoom, Melbourne, 2018, two sided card (b/w ill.), 14.8 × 21 cm, English

Price: €4

Produced on the occasion of Onion Walk and News Animation (Rehearsal), 24 January–17 February, 2018 at ReadingRoom, Melbourne.

Simone Forti is a dancer, artist, writer based in Los Angeles. She came of age artistically in the 1960s, a time of rich dialog between poets, musicians, dancers and visual artists. Her early Dance Constructions were influential to the reinventing of dance in New York that happened in the 60s and 70s. Forti has collaborated extensively with musicians Peter Van Riper and Charlemagne Palestine, basing her dancing on studies of animals’ movements and on the dynamics of circling.

Designed by Robert Milne.

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Discipline Nº 5

Published by Discipline, Melbourne, 2019, 304 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 23 × 30 cm, English

Price: €14

Edited by Helen Hughes and David Homewood (Discipline Nº 5); Carla Macchiavello and Camila Marambio (Más allá del fin Nº 3); and designed by Robert Milne.

Discipline, Más allá del fin (translating to ‘discipline beyond the end’)—represents an effort to map a South–South relationship between Chile and Australia, and even more specifically, between its southernmost island tips: Tierra del Fuego and Tasmania. For centuries, the Northern imagination conceived of these places as the very personification of distance itself, whereas the editors of Más allá del fin refer to Tierra del Fuego as ‘the centre of the known universe’. In addition to publishing a range of essays on modern and contemporary art, this joint issue recentres and forges new connections between Southern perspectives, generating a dynamic and relational art history of the contemporary.

You can see a full list of contents here.

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Discipline No. 4.5 TarraWarra Biennial 2016: Endless Circulation

Published by Discipline, Melbourne, 2017, 96 pages, Softcover, 11.5 × 30 cm, English

Price: €7

Edited by Helen Hughes, with editorial assistance by Amelia Winata, designed by Robert Milne & Fabian Harb.

Five of the seven essays in this issue are adapted from papers given as part of the TarraWarra Biennial 2016: Endless Circulation lecture series. This series was formulated as an extension of the Biennial, co-curated by Victoria Lynn, Helen Hughes and Discipline, and as a site for delving into its research focuses on the physical, economic, visual, vir­tual and discursive channels through which artworks circu­late today, and the iterative structures of journals and recursive exhibitions (like biennials, triennials and documenta).

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The Artist As Aileen Burns, Johan Lundh, and Tara McDowell (Eds.)

Published by Sternberg Press, Berlin; Curatorial Practice at MADA, Melbourne and the IMA, Brisbane, 2018, 328 pages (b/w ill.), 12.5 x 20 cm, English

Price: €17 (Out of stock)

The Artist As is based on a lecture series with the same title that ran throughout 2016. It was presented at the Institute of Modern Art (IMA), Brisbane, and at Monash University’s Faculty of Art Design & Architecture (MADA), Melbourne, as part of the Curatorial Practice program.

“How do artists work today? What kinds of roles do they occupy, have these roles changed over the years, and how does this impact the ecology of art?” These are some of the questions that contributors Brook Andrew, Walter Benjamin, Heman Chong, Ekaterina Degot, Hal Foster, Helen Hughes, Helen Johnson, Isabel Lewis, Adam Linder, Suhail Malik, Tara McDowell, Emily Pethick, Terry Smith, Cecilia Vicuña, and Tirdad Zolghadr, seeks to address in this reader.

The Artist As is edited by Aileen Burns, Johan Lundh, and Tara McDowell. Designed by Ziga Testen and Robert Milne.

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