Formats
Anthologies
114
Audio
291
Catalogues
351
Clothing
24
Editions
30
Ephemera
56
Literary
38
Monographs
167
Posters
257
Video
40
Zines
139

Shop > Artists' Books

#11673

After Berkeley : Objectif Exhibitions, 2010–2011

Price
$42.00
Date
2015
Publisher
Sternberg Press
Format
Artists' Books
Genre
Conversations, Interview
Description

Interviews: Matias Faldbakken by Nikki Columbus, Will Holder by Richard Birkett, Sophie Nys by Dieter Roelstraete, Clifford Irving by Francis McKee, Patricia Esquivias by Jonas Žakaitis, Norma Jeane and Tim Etchells by Anna Colin, Michael Portnoy by Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy, Hassan Khan by Brian Kuan Wood, Barbara Visser by Raimundas Malašauskas; and contributions by Mai Abu ElDahab and Dexter Sinister

Following From Berkeley to Berkeley: Objectif Exhibitions, 2008–2010, this publication is the second in a two-part series of interviews with artists who exhibited at Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp, between 2010 and 2011. The interviews are accompanied by a collection of secondary and parallel material produced in collaboration with each artist.

After Berkeley opens with a letter from Mai Abu ElDahab addressed to the book’s designer, Will Holder, about parallels between their project and Roberto Bolaño’s book The Savage Detectives. It and proceeds through a series of conversations revealing the references, methods, and interests of the participants at Objectif Exhibitions ranging from reticence and possession in artistic production to a historical account of so-called carrot jokes.

  1. After Berkeley
 

Related Items

  1. Keren Cytter: D.I.E. Now The True Story of John Webber and His Endless Struggle with the Table of Content
  2. The What If?... Scenario (after LG)
  3. Tobias Spichtig: Blue, Red, and Green
  4. Ken Okiishi: The Very Quick of the Word
  5. J. Parker Valentine: Fiction
  6. Mark von Schlegell: Ickles, Etc.
  7. Gerry Bibby: The Drumhead
  8. Leander Schönweger: Die Nebel lichten sich/ The Fog Disperses
  9. Cluster: Dialectionary
  10. Ines Lechleitner: The Imagines
  11. Dénes Farkas: Evident in Advance
  12. Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen: Playmates and Playboys at a Higher Level:  J. V. Martin and the Situationist International
  13. Jill Magid: The Proposal
  14. PS:
  15. Carsten Holler: Leben
  16. Das Wunder des Lebens
  17. Hannah Rickards: Grey Light. Left and right back, high up, two small windows
  18. Judy Radul: This Is Television
  19. Ben Kinmont and Ian Wilson: Project Series: Ian Wilson
  20. Dexter Sinister: Bulletins of the Serving Library #1
  21. Alex Cecchetti: A Society That Breathes Once a Year
  22. Again, A Time Machine: From Distribution to Archive
  23. LIBERTIES OF THE SAVOY by Ruth Ewan
  24. PRE-ENACTMENTS
  25. Sarah Pierce: Sketches of Universal History Compiled from Several Authors
  26. Bulletins Of The Serving Library #6
  27. Kim Gordon and Branden W. Joseph: Is It My Body?
  28. Juliane Bischoff and Kate Newby: I can’t nail the days down
  29. Francesco Pedraglio: A man in a room spray-painting a fly… (or at least trying to…)
  30. Vasarely Go Home
  31. Oliver Hartung: Syria Al-Assad
  32. Public Collectors
  33. Katrin Koffman: Ensembles Assembled: In Full Color
  34. Sarah Tripp: You Are of Vital Importance
  35. James Langdon: A School for Design Fiction
  36. Roman Signer: Slow Movement
  37. Aaron Flint Jamison: Cascades
  38. Acts of Voicing
  39. T.J. Demos: Decolonizing Nature
  40. Nina Valerie Kolowratnik: The Language of Secret Proof