Shop > Artists' Books

Out of Stock
#05608

What is Critical Spatial Practice?

Date
2012
Publisher
Sternberg Press
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
ISBN
978-3-943365-27-6
Size
12 × 16.6 × 1.9 cm
Length
240 
Description

Nikolaus Hirsch, Markus Miessen (Eds.)

Critical Spatial Practice 1

What Is Critical Spatial Practice?

In September 2011, Nikolaus Hirsch and Markus Miessen invited protagonists from the fields of architecture, art, philosophy, and literature to reflect on the single question of what, today, can be understood as a critical modality of spatial practice. Most of the sixty-four contribu­tions presented in this volume were composed concurrently with the evictions of many of the Occupy movements, sustained turmoil in countries of the Arab Spring, and continued spasms in the global financial system, which, interestingly, all pointed at the question and problematic of whether archi­tecture and our physical environment can still be understood as a res publica. A response by the editors takes the form of a conversation.

This book is first in a series on critical spatial practice developed alongside the Städelschule program of the same name. Each edition includes work by invited artists—the first includes newly commissioned work by the photographer Armin Linke, who documented the Occupy camp around the European Central Bank in Frankfurt.

Design by Zak Group

  1. What is Critical Spatial Practice?
 

Related Items

  1. Mark von Schlegell: Ickles, Etc.
  2. Jill Magid: The Proposal
  3. Dénes Farkas: Evident in Advance
  4. Nina Valerie Kolowratnik: The Language of Secret Proof
  5. Sandi Hilal, Alessandro Petti, and Eyal Weizman: Architecture After Revolution
  6. Kevin Schmidt: EDM House
  7. J. Parker Valentine: Fiction
  8. Das Wunder des Lebens
  9. Keren Cytter: D.I.E. Now The True Story of John Webber and His Endless Struggle with the Table of Content
  10. The What If?... Scenario (after LG)
  11. Tobias Spichtig: Blue, Red, and Green
  12. Roee Rosen: Maxim Komar-Myshkin: Vladimir’s Night
  13. Ken Okiishi: The Very Quick of the Word
  14. Gerry Bibby: The Drumhead
  15. Leander Schönweger: Die Nebel lichten sich/ The Fog Disperses
  16. Ines Lechleitner: The Imagines
  17. Pierre Hermé: The Architecture of Taste
  18. Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen: Playmates and Playboys at a Higher Level:  J. V. Martin and the Situationist International
  19. How to Write (more)
  20. Edgar Leciejewski: Tones
  21. Sarah Tripp: You Are of Vital Importance
  22. PS:
  23. Carsten Holler: Leben
  24. Lisa Oppenheim : Lisa Oppenheim: Works 2003-2013
  25. Sarah Pierce: Sketches of Universal History Compiled from Several Authors
  26. Again, A Time Machine: From Distribution to Archive
  27. Michel Mazzoni: Gravity
  28. The Bells
  29. Roman Signer: Slow Movement
  30. Maria Lind, Michele Masucci, and Joanna Warsza: Red Love
  31. Benjamin Meyer-Krahmer and Beatrice von Bismarck: Curatorial Things
  32. Maria Fusco and Jeff Khonsary: Give Up Art
  33. Conversation Pieces
  34. Hannah Rickards: Grey Light. Left and right back, high up, two small windows
  35. Judy Radul: This Is Television
  36. The Meal
  37. Rachel Corbett, Rainer Ganahl, and Liam Gillick: Manhattan Marxism
  38. Camera Austria #122

Edited by Maren Lübbke-Tidow
  39. Ricardo Previdi: Wrong Test