Shop > Periodicals

#13878

Jahresring #65: What do we know? What do we have? What do we miss? What do we love?

Editors
Nicolaus Schafhausen and Brigitte Oetker
Price
$36.00
Date
2019
Publisher
Sternberg Press
Format
Periodicals
ISBN
978-3-95679-473-5
Length
240 pp
Genre
Arts Writing
Description

Place-based projects around the world are drawing increasing attention to the pillars of art, design, and economics as important players in the development and re-development of the so-called periphery. This publication poses the question: how plausible and effective are these ventures?

This year’s Jahresring is locally specific: Fogo Island, an island of approximately 2,500 inhabitants located off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada. A centuries-old cod fishing settlement, the community’s livelihood was nearly decimated in the mid-twentieth century due to industrial overfishing. The island is now experiencing profound social, economic, and cultural transformation, due in part to a recent series of art, social business, and asset-based community development initiatives. Now, Fogo Island stands as an example of the potential (but also the contradictions) of contemporary alliances between art, design, and social entrepreneurship.

What do we know? What do we have? What do we miss? What do we love? includes critical texts by Fabrizio Gallanti, Bruce Mau, Alexandra McIntosh, Chantal Pontbriand, Nicolaus Schafhausen and Monika Szewczyk; conversations between Zita Cobb and Liam Gillick; Brigitte Oetker, Helke Bayrle and Thomas Bayrle; Silke Otto-Knapp and Janice Kerbel; Willem de Rooij and Kitty Scott; Todd Saunders and Roger Bundschuh ; and is lavishly illustrated with an array of color photography, installation views, and images of artist’s works.

Softcover, perfect-bound, colour.

  1. Jahersing 65 launch
 

Related Items

  1. Edgar Leciejewski: Tones
  2. Hannah Rickards: Grey Light. Left and right back, high up, two small windows
  3. PS:
  4. Bon! Bon!
  5. Rachel Corbett, Rainer Ganahl, and Liam Gillick: Manhattan Marxism
  6. Leander Schönweger: Die Nebel lichten sich/ The Fog Disperses
  7. Judy Radul: This Is Television
  8. Dexter Sinister: Bulletins of the Serving Library #1
  9. Bulletins Of The Serving Library #6
  10. Border Crossings Issue 150
  11. Keren Cytter: D.I.E. Now The True Story of John Webber and His Endless Struggle with the Table of Content
  12. The What If?... Scenario (after LG)
  13. Tobias Spichtig: Blue, Red, and Green
  14. Per/Form
  15. Roee Rosen: Maxim Komar-Myshkin: Vladimir’s Night
  16. Ken Okiishi: The Very Quick of the Word
  17. Ion Grigorescu: Diaries 1970–1975
  18. J. Parker Valentine: Fiction
  19. Mark von Schlegell: Ickles, Etc.
  20. After Berkeley
  21. Gerry Bibby: The Drumhead
  22. Kevin Schmidt: EDM House
  23. Art and the F Word
  24. Carsten Holler: Leben
  25. Ines Lechleitner: The Imagines
  26. Das Wunder des Lebens
  27. Dénes Farkas: Evident in Advance
  28. Pierre Hermé: The Architecture of Taste
  29. Nicole Brenez: “We Support Everything since the Dawn of Time That Has Struggled and Still Struggles”:  Introduction to Lettrist Cinema
  30. Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen: Playmates and Playboys at a Higher Level:  J. V. Martin and the Situationist International
  31. Sandi Hilal, Alessandro Petti, and Eyal Weizman: Architecture After Revolution
  32. Lisa Oppenheim : Lisa Oppenheim: Works 2003-2013
  33. Jill Magid: The Proposal
  34. Andrea Fraser: Museum Highlights
  35. The Meal
  36. Billy-Ray Belcourt, Mike Bourscheid, Justine A. Chambers, Noa Giniger, Vanessa Kwan, Kimberly Phillips, and Ginger Brooks Takahashi: Unwilling (A Companion)
  37. Angie Keefer: Second Thoughts
  38. Sol Lewitt: Sol LeWitt’s Sentences on Conceptual Art: Manuscript and Draft Materials 1968–69
  39. Les Levine: Bear News: a Disposable Monument