Source Book Second Edition Staple-bound 50 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 10 out of stock

Annwen, Herbal Abortion, Godhaven Ink, 2002

Since before recorded history women have been able to control their own fertility using plants. Whether it be for increasing the chances of conceiving, contraception, abortion or starting delayed periods, women have known how to listen to their bodies and affect them. It’s only fairly recently that we’ve given over all knowledge of our bodies to medical professionals.

Source Book 5ème édition revue et augmentée Softcover 242 pages Texts in French   New       EUR 22 ORDER

Rina Nissim, Mamamélis : manuel de gynécologie naturopathique à l'usage des femmes, Éditions Mamamélis, 2016

À l'image de l'auto-examen pratiqué par les femmes elles-mêmes à l'aide d'un miroir et d'une lampe de poche et du mouvement self-help qui en est né, ce manuel propose la réappropriation par les femmes de médecines douces, globales et efficaces. 

Source Book First Edition Softcover 78 pages Texts in French   Very good condition       EUR 20 out of stock

René de Solier, Curandera: les champignons hallucinogènes, Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1965

“Depuis 1955, années des agapes fungiques ou fongiques, au Mexique, en pays mazatèque, agapes auxquelles participèrent deux savants mycologues, les Wasson, sous la direction de l'étonnante curandera (qui connait le secret des herbes) ou chamane, Maria Sabina, de Huautla de Jimenez, l'expérience des champignons hallucinogènes, dans les conditions voulues et requises (par ou selon les espèces, leur répartition, les conditions de cueillette, le temps, la saison, le rituel, la “chamane“), poursuit et en dehors des publications savantes ne fait pas encore le tour du “mystère“, comme laissé dans l'ombre, on se demande pourquoi: telle relation entre “Mets ou breuvages“, et Mystères, entre le cru, le vif, absorbé, ingéré, et le fait de voir.“

Periodical, Source Book Edition of 2006 Hardcover 32 x 21 cm Texts in English   New       EUR 45 ORDER

V. Vale, Andrea Juno, RE/Search #6/7:Industrial Culture Handbook, RE/Search, 1983

RE/Search No. 6/7: Industrial Culture Handbook from RE/Search Publications, 1983 is a book about industrial music and performance art edited by V. Vale and Andrea Juno. It features interviews and articles with Throbbing Gristle, Mark Pauline, Cabaret Voltaire, NON, Monte Cazazza, Sordide Sentimental, SPK, Z'EV, Johanna Went and R&N. 

Periodical, Source Book First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 29 x 21 cm Texts in English   New       EUR 25 ORDER

V. Vale, Andrea Juno, Modern Primitives, RE/Search, 1989

The book consists of a collection of twenty two interviews and two essays with individuals and key figures involved the field of body modification in the late 1980s. It was one of the first documents to attempt to comprehensively cover the re-emergence and increasing popularity of tattooing, piercing, scarification, corsetry, sideshow, ritual and other practices in contemporary Western Society.

Criticism/Theory, Source Book First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 316 pages 24 x 17 cm Texts in French / English   New       EUR 20 ORDER

Fabrice Stroun, Lionel Bovier, AIDS RIOT NEW YORK 1987–1994: Artist Collectives Against AIDS, Magasin, 2003

The rise of AIDS in New York during the '80s caused and unprecedented social crisis. Catastrophic management of the epidemic by public authorities and the media magnified the scale of the tragedy. In reaction to the stigmatization and discrimination of the groups affected by the disease, strategies of resistance sprung out from various levels of civic society. AIDS RIOT focuses of a series of collective responses originating from the field of contemporary art. From the appropriation of advertising campains by Gran Fury to the virus-like circulation of General Idea's AIDS logo, and from Group Material's pedagogical exhibitions to the 'guerilla' videos by Testing the Limits, artist collectives reestablished the proactive role of art – as a vector for social change – and profoundly changed the shape of cultural activism. AIDS RIOT concentrates on the period from 1987 to 1994, when questions of efficient methods and modes of addresses were debated with an unprecedented clarity. 
This publication gathers a selection of texts and documents central to the debates of the era, notably by Douglas Crimp, David Deitcher, General Idea, Gran Fury, Group Material, as well as new interviews with Julie Ault, Gregg Bordowitz, AA Bronson, Donald Moffett and Marlene McCarty.
The positions highlighted in AIDS RIOT question the forumula for a successful articulation of theory and practice from and within a given cultural scene. In a time of growing estheticization of the political and increasing nostalgia for social commitment, this anthology points towards the kinds of discourses and relation to power and dominant representations cultural practices should develop in order to be truly active today.

AIDS RIOT is a research project conceived and edited by the 12th Session of the École du Magasin, Curatorial Studies Program of the Centre National d'Art Contemporain de Grenoble: Caroline Engel, Nicolas Fenouillat, Aurélie Guitton, Benedetta di Loreto, Flora Loyau, Ivana Mestrov and Ana Olszewska, supervised by Lionel Bovier and Fabrice Stroun.

Source Book First Edition Hardcover with dust jacket in boxset 305 pages 37 x 27 cm Texts in English and Japanese   Small humidity stains on the inside covers
o/w as new
Dust jacket in perfect condition
      EUR 260 out of stock

Shigekatsu Nakada, Living Interiors Japan 1980–1985, Toso Publishing, 1985

Beautiful book with hundreds of illustration focusing on Japanese architecture and interior design of the early 1980s.

Houses of Japan: compositions, natural and artificial illumination, colour, materials, japanese traditional style, neo japanesque, folklore, furniture and objects, children rooms..

Criticism/Theory, Source Book First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 408 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 25 out of stock

Julie Ault, Alternative Art New York, 1965–1985, University Of Minnesota Press, The Drawing Center, 2003

By the mid-1960s, New York's art establishment-its major museums and galleries-had ceased to reflect the city's diversity and had largely ignored the decade's social, political, and cultural ferment. In response, marginalized artists created an oppositional network of organizations, exhibit spaces, and cooperative galleries that both paralleled and challenged the status quo. This alternative art movement flourished for more than two decades, repositioning New York at the center of international contemporary art. Alternative Art New York brings together a diverse group of artists and critics to explore the origins and evolution of this diffuse and vibrant cultural scene from a variety of perspectives: political, philosophical, organizational, economic, and aesthetic.
Locating the movement within both the art world and its larger social and political context, these authors decipher the shifting configurations of cultural power in this period and the complex relationship between the mainstream and the marginal. With a unique, annotated chronology of the alternative art scene from 1965 to 1985, and illustrated with 150 images of key works, installations, and exhibits; reproductions of posters, communiqués, and other ephemera; and photographs of protests and meetings, this volume is an important work of contemporary art history and a valuable sourcebook that suggests the basis for the return of an artist-driven cultural economy.
Contributors: Martin Beck, Juli Carson, Jim Cornwell, David Deitcher, Arlene Goldbard, Miwon Kwon, Lucy R. Lippard, Alan Moore, Brian Wallis

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