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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WORK Zarouhie Abdalian

Published by Roma Publications, Amsterdam & LAXART, Los Angeles, 2018, 20 pages + 4 page foldout (colour ill.), 24 × 34 cm

Price: €17 (Out of stock)

Artist publication by Zarouhie Abdalian in collaboration with Julie Peeters detailing Abdalian’s solo exhibition at LAXART in 2017, curated by Micki Meng. The catalog centers around seven tools and tool heads (titled: brunt) and several casts of the worked surface of a long derelict chalk mine (titled: from chalk mine hollow). Tara McDowell in the accompanying text describes the work as “near-future monuments to our own self-made epoch, the Anthropocene.” With texts by Joseph Rosenzweig and Tara McDowell. Design: Julie Peeters.

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