Ginger&Piss #5: Audience

Published by Kunstverein Publishing, Amsterdam, 2020, 20 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 19 × 20 cm, English

Price: €15

Kunstverein’s in-house magazine is a cross between an academic journal and a darts club newsletter. Each issue contains a limited amount of contributions that vary in length according to the subject matter at hand. The remit of ‘Ginger&Piss’​ is simple: to provide a platform for candid critique but at the same time allow the author to stay hidden. Therefore, each contributor writes under a pseudonym. This issue takes the topic of ‘audience’ as its starting point and seeks to serve two aims: on the one hand it provides unfabricated answers to questions about who Kunstverein’s audience really is (or is not, yet!) via an online survey developed by the editors, Reinier Klok and Isabelle Sully, and on the other it attempts to bring to the surface the many factors that can complicate statistical reasoning in the first place.

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GINGER&PISS #5: AUDIENCE – Launch token

Published by Kunstverein, Amsterdam, 2020, card, 5 × 7 cm, English

Price: €1

Produced on the occasion of the launch of the Ginger&Piss #5: Audience.

Kunstverein’s in-house magazine is a cross between an academic journal and a darts club newsletter. Each issue contains a limited amount of contributions that vary in length according to the subject matter at hand. The remit of ‘Ginger&Piss’​ is simple: to provide a platform for candid critique but at the same time allow the author to stay hidden. Therefore, each contributor writes under a pseudonym.

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Ginger&Piss #4: The Intern

Published by Kunstverein Publishing, Amsterdam, 2019, 24 pages (b/w ill.), 21 × 22 cm, English

Price: €15

Kunstverein’s in-house magazine is a cross between an academic journal and a darts club newsletter. Each issue contains a limited amount of contributions that vary in length according to the subject matter at hand. The remit of ‘Ginger&Piss’​ is simple: to provide a platform for candid critique but at the same time allow the author to stay hidden. Therefore, each contributor writes under a pseudonym. ‘The Intern’ is both the theme and mastermind behind the fourth issue of ‘Ginger&Piss’. With contributions by A. D. Cinzano, Even Steven, The Great Illusionist, Jennifer Jessica Jane, ………… …….. Office, Mads-Egil Petersen, and Roxana Rosenthal.

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Ginger&Piss #3: Private

Published by Kunstverein Publishing, Amsterdam, 2016, 20 pages (b/w ill.), 15 × 29 cm, English

Price: €15

Kunstverein’s in house magazine is a cross between an academic journal and a darts club newsletter. Each issue ​’Ginger&Piss’​ (the name is a misquotation of Laurence Weiner) contains a limited amount of contributions that vary in length according to the subject matter at hand. The remit of ‘​Ginger&Piss​’ is simple; to provide a platform for candid critique but at the same time allow the author to stay hidden. The concept dictates that each contributor writes under a pseudonym; the use of pseudonyms can be considered an answer to the cowardice of the art world, albeit a somewhat hypocritical one.

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