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Coll., Timulte #10 – Mutualisations, Revue Timult, 2018

Panorama à la jumelle :
Comment faire comment
Esprit mutualiste, histoire d’un sabotage
1968, un service municipal en lutte
Appuyez sur la touche étoile

Lac et petite cuillère :
Vivre sans rien
Tectonique de salon
Une histoire de lutte à la sécu
Sentir l'impuissance
Plutôt fillE de pute que fillE de Keuf

Embarcations et coquillettes :
Un camion benne de stratégies
Tant qu’il y aura des mortEs
Morts de rue, rendre visible
Peuple amibe
Inconcevable à leurs yeux
La joie, cette imposture ?

Cerf-volants :
Piqueteras, chômeuses en lutte
Les jambes délassées
La logeuse, fabrique ton service publique (toi-même !)
Zad, ce qui nous oblige à faire ensemble

Une revue pour parler de luttes sociales et d'aspirations à changer le monde.
Une revue pour explorer les façons de faire de la théorie politique, en imbriquant les récits de vie, les émotions et les analyses, en expérimentant des manières d'écrire, d'inviter à l'écriture (ateliers et écritures collectives...). Une revue pour être plus fort·es et plus habiles faces aux oppressions, et aussi pour nous faire plaisir !

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Coll., Another Gaze #01, Another Gaze Journal, 2018

The first issue contains interviews with women including Carolee Schneemann, Mania Akbari, Laura Mulvey, Alice Diop, Bette Gordon, and Lis Rhodes. It contains pieces on the films of women including Kathleen Collins, Sally Potter, Chantal Akerman, Moyra Davey, Camille Henrot, Naomi Kawase, Germaine Dulac, Alice Guy-Blaché. The first issue is divided into five sections:

FIRST LIGHT contains interviews and writing on some of the founding mothers of feminist theory and film today; EARLY VIEWING is made up of personal essays about the young female viewing experience, from experiencing anxiety at watching Susan Sontag on-screen, to a Black viewer's experience of seeing 'Africa' portrayed through 'Mean Girls' and the 'Wild Thornberries', to a queer viewer having to 'queer the absence' in order to make her space in film; WOMEN LOOKING AT WOMEN explores how women filmmakers have seen their women subjects, from Naomi Kawase to Sally Potter; SOUNDS AND VISIONS encompasses writing on alternative, 'othered' subjects or subject matter, from the trans body on-screen to how to best depict rape; LOOKING AROUND is a series of reviews of films, TV, conferences and exhibitions of the past year, by women and men.

Another Gaze was founded early in 2016 in response to the difficulty in obtaining rigorous writing – whether online or in print - about women and film: its sources being disparate, or access requiring membership of an academic institution or the will and resources to get through a ‘paywall’. Feminist criticism is not, and should not be considered elite or specialist; nor should it require the reader to have a university degree or be a self-proclaimed 'cinephile'. Particularly since the advent of the internet, young women, queer people and people of colour, have had the opportunity to discover films which reflect and affirm their lives and aspirations in a manner which is harder to find in the prescribed male canon, and to create their own.

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Guy Debord, internationale situationniste 12, Section française de l'I.S., 1969

internationale situationniste #12

Directeur : Guy Debord.
Comité de Rédaction : Mustapha Khayati, René Riesel, Christian Sébastiani,. Raoul Vaneigem, René Viénet.
Septembre 1969


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Friedrich Wolfram Heubach, interfunktionen 8, interfunktionen, 1972

Cover by James Lee Byars, edited by Friedrich Wolfram Heubach. Contains projects by the following contributors: Friedrich Wolfram Heubach, James Lee Byars, Sigmar Polke, Vito Acconci, Dan Graham, Arnulf Rainer, Günter Brus, Bazon Brock, Peter Hutchinson, Richard Budelis, Rebecca Horn, Terry Fox, Roger Welch, Will Insley, Bruce Nauman, John Baldessari, Peter Weibel, Matthias Schäffer.

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Vestoj #05: On Slowness, Vestoj Journal, 2015

(...) The speed of change is a growing complaint about fashion, both amongst those whose livelihoods depend on it, and amongst those who observe these ceaseless shifts from afar. Grumbles about a ubiqui­tous acceleration are nothing new however; in fact, the grievance we appear to harbour against velocity is as old as modernity itself. Back then the machines that increasingly replaced the human hand aroused fear and trepidation; today our attitudes reflect much the same ambivalence towards the revolutions of time. It seems we always regard our own time as simultaneously the most progressive and the most relentlessly accelerated. The modernist project, however, firmly rooted the relationship between progress and speed, and in so doing also forever altered our notion of time. A universal temporal framework, with time zones, seasonal changes and accurate clocks, was constructed with the help of new technology, and the previous more subjective understanding of time had to make way for expedience and the hustle of modern life. With a more synchronised understanding of time, the future also became easier to grasp and, by extension, to control. For a future that can be measured in terms of the knowable present, is a malle­able future, a future that can be shaped according to our will. (...)

With texts by: Dr Michelle Bastian, Laura Gardner, Dr Susan S. Bean, Dr Donald B. Kraybill, Nathalie Khan, Karinna Nobbs, Professor Barbara Vinken, Karlijn Slegers, Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada, Nilgin Yusuf, Professor Frances Corner, Dr John Barker, Anja Aronowsky Cronberg and Maria Fusco.

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Samuel Aubert (ed.), Audimat #07, Les Siestes Électroniques, 2017

Audimat veut rendre compte de la situation actuelle de la pop music, et l‘éclairer par son histoire. Il s’agit de recenser ce qui se passe, d‘aller s‘entretenir avec la musique et son évolution, de se plonger méthodiquement dans l‘expérience musicale, et dans ce qu‘elle implique sur le plan des médiations, de l’imaginaire, de la société, de la pensée, de l’affectivité.

Sommaire du numéro 7 :

Diane Lisarelli : « Italie ’ 70 : musique légère, années de plomb »
Boris Bergmann : « À l’ombre de Marcus Mixx »
Arnaud Maguet : « Les voyages de Dashiell Hedayat et Michel Bulteau »
Sylvain Quément : « Contre-musique pour enfants »
Tim Lawrence : « Vie et mort sur le dancefloor du Pulse »
Matthieu Saladin : « Les musiques expérimentales : une polémique en devenir »

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Coll., May #17, May Revue, 2017

"Pour préparer ce numéro, après le choc de l'élection de Trump et alors même que les premiers effets du Brexit se faisaient sentir, nous nous sommes demandé comment le climat politique s'était transformé et comment il avait affecté les mécanismes culturels et institutionnels de pensée et d'expression."

Avec des contributions de Elise Duryée-Browner, Claire Fontaine, Jeanne Graff, Georgia Sagri, Giovanna Zapperi, Tobias Madison, Jay Chung, J. Gordon Faylor, Kari Rittenbach, Nicholas Tammens, Enzo Shalom et Carole Boulbès. 

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Marc Asekhame, Teo Schifferli, Periodico #01, 2017

With contributions by Timothy Standring, Sabrina Tarasoff and Naoki Suter-Shudo, Ursina Gysi, Ilya Lipkin, Christopher Williams, Jan Vorisek, Bob Nickas, Miriam Laura Leonardi, Karl Holmqvist, Amy Lien and Enzo Camacho.

Click on the cover and browse the arrow for more pictures.

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May #16, May Revue, 2016

This issue, realized with Claire Fontaine, positions itself in the many continuities of a previous one—May no. 4, published in October 2010, that presented a selection of foundational resources from the Italian feminist movements of the 1970s and 1980s (with texts by the Milan Women’s Bookstore, Carla Lonzi, Lea Melandri, Antonella Nappi, etc.) At the time, Fulvia Carnevale, an assistant of Claire Fontaine and the guest editor-in-chief, edited the group of texts and signed the introduction. 
The texts published here are for the most part interventions from two London symposiums that took place in 2015 and 2016, whose specific issues Claire Fontaine’s introductory text will illuminate. A number of these essays take direct inspiration from the textual sources introduced in May 4. With this second chapter, the revue seeks to trace an editorial line more emphatically marked by feminist questions stemming from this Italian history and to re-interrogate complex concepts such as self-abolition, self-consciousness and separatism—or, to cite Marina Vishmidt, to contribute towards a “way of thinking the affirmative and negative moments of any radical emancipatory movement.”

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May #15, May Revue, 2016

"The 2000s were marked by the collapse of the fashion industry and art world into each other. Fashion brands started to engage in cross-collaborations with artists in a more ambitious manner. Independent fashion houses eventually were absorbed by luxury groups— this has been the case for Margiela, Helmut Lang—or disappeared. This was maybe seen as the end of the utopia of the bohemia seen as an existential experience. But more recently, a new rhetoric appeared in fashion, relayed by the press, with the terms of “crisis”, “burn out” or “accelerationism” due to the continuous fashion shows, openings, launches and the impact of social media like Instagram and its instant visual communication. (...)
This issue aims to understand what would be the other channels, contents, discourses, economical models and new aesthetics of fashion, outside the models of the traditional high fashion. We are interested in how all this effects the art world, what kind of parallel conclusions, side effects, impacts it has and could have in a close future." (extract from Preface)

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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. 

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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.

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Erika Landström, Aislinn McNamara, Dysfyction II, Mark von Schlegell, Pure Fiction seminar, 2015

With contributions by Josef Strau, Olga Pedan, Ellen Yeon Kim, Simon Spieser, Aislinn McNamara, Hilda Stammarnäs, Erika Landström, Dan Graham, Mariana Lopez, Anna Zacharoff, Reece York, Dan Kwon, Dario Wokurka, Magnus Andersen, Rosa Aiello, Elif Saydam, Lena Phillip, John Miller, Buck Ellison, Luzie Meyer, Suart Middleton, Ryan Karlsson, Franziska Wildt, Mahsa Saloor, J.s. Teixeira, Thy-Han Nguyen-Chi, George Rippon, Ian Edmonds, Mikhail Wassmer, John Ryan, Julien Nguyen, Yuki Kushino, Kitsum Cheng and Leda Bourgogne.

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Animal Shelter #4, Semiotext(e), 2015

This fourth issue is coedited by Hedi El Kholti and Robert Dewhurst and circles a constellation of sex, exchange, and debt, with a substantial portion devoted to poetry. 
ALAIN BADIOU on Pierre Guyotat’s cosmology
TONY DUVERT on ugliness and de Sade
THOMAS GOKEY on art after Occupy
Trance verses by WAYNE KOESTENBAUM
KEVIN KILLIAN on pop-vocalist Maxime Le Forrestier
A conversation with MAURIZIO LAZZARATO on debt and time
SARAH LEHRER-GRAIWER on Lee Lozano’s notebooks
Other contributors include: Jackie Wang, Emmanuel Moreira, Marie Buck, Lisa Cohen, Robert Glück, Ann Rower, Kate Zambreno, Gary Indiana, Matias Viegener, Rob Halpern, Candice Lin, CAConrad, Bradford Nordeen, Andrew Bernardini, Tim Dean, Jamie Stewart, William Dunaway, Jr.
Art by: Kath Bloom, Kath Bloom, Paul Chan, Steve Dalachinsky, Hedi El Kholti, Aimee Goguen, Vanessa Haney, Gary Indiana, Patrick Kwon, Eli Langer, Candice Lin, Lee Lozano, Filip Noterdaeme, Brad Troemel, and Cayal Unger.

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May #13, May Revue, 2014

“The art world, recently quite excited about theories of speculative realism, now brandishes the theoretical banners of the Anthropocene, even at the risk of some annoying misunderstandings. On the face of it, we can only be suspicious given that, in most instances, the only reference cited is limited to Paul Crutzen, a scientist who coined this neologism, which refers to joint human responsibility in the accelerated deterioration of planet Earth that will inevitably lead to the end of the world, at least the one we know. Fortunately, these debates seem to be heading in different if not politically opposite directions, distinguished from one another by the use of words such as Gaia, radical ecology, and ecosophy. (...)
What interests us in this issue is knowing how aesthetic and political fields may converge towards these issues of radical ecology, and around what types of forms and spaces—whether this involves producing a criticism of the new trends of an ecological life style, depicting filmic forms of eschatological narratives or embarking on a line of thinking about a possible epistemological revolution which would upset our relation to knowledge, and in particular affect historical, philosophical and sociological models, and, as a result, the current conditions of art production and reception.
We are very well aware of taking part, in our turn, in this endeavour to re-circulate a new theoretical current within the art system, and we have accordingly witnessed the way in which ways of thinking, ranging from activist to artistic, meet —two at times irreconcilable systems — which all share in common their quest to think about an outside, but without remaining outside.“

Issue #13 featuring contributions by Déborah Danowski, Stephanie Wakefield, Antek Walczak, Jenna Bliss, Elise Duryee-Browner, Damon Sfetsios, Alejandra Riera, Valentin Bourré & Mélanie Matranga, Daniel Horn, John Beeson, Karl Holmqvist, Édouard Montassut, Kerstin Stakemeier, Mica Ghergherscu, Jason Simon.

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May #12, May Revue, 2014

"Our 12th issue is the third and last part of a series about the 1990s in France. It will be articulated around a selection of key documents representative of a moment and time of opening toward other forms of production abroad and new ways of thinking about exhibition making. A moment of experimentation, which may have been outshined by the all the discussions around the notion of “relational aesthetics” later used to define the artistic production of that period. This subjective panorama of experimentation will also bring into perspective the shows of Pierre Huygue, Philippe Parreno and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster held almost simultaneously in major institutions in France and will give keys for a new reading of these works in light of all the current debates on the end of aesthetics."

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May #10, May Revue, 2013

'Second in a series focused on the 90s in France, our initial ambitions for this issue of May was to discuss the interests of art theory and art history that allegedly took place in the early 90s to generate a view on the theoretical context for artistic production then. It was not to engage in a comprehensive review, but approach the subject by working in the inverse to emphasize the background and proceed with minimal means.'

How to Do the History of French Theory in the Visual Arts: A New York Story, John Rajchman
From Time to Space: When Critical Theory Turns Global, François Cusset 
Meeting Jean-François Chevrier, Paul Sztulman
54, boulevard Raspail, Stefan Germer
“Biarritz by Georges Ancely, Photographs 1880–1895”, Nicolas Ceccaldi
“Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language”, Tom McDonough
“Because Thought is Dark!”, Clara Schulmann
Peripheral Passages. On John Knight’s Curb Appeal, André Rottmann
Matisse Rebooted, Clément Auriel


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With contributions by Nadja Abt / Ann-Leonie Auer / Michele d’Aurizio / Juliette Blightman / Mikaël D. Brkic / Eli Broad with photos by Jay Chung and Q Takeki Maeda / Merlin Carpenter / Gürsoy Dogtas / Martin Ebner / Genoveva Filipovic / Edgars Gluhovs / Mauricio Guillén / Julian Göthe / Alexander Hempel / HIT / Tom Holert / Karl Holmqvist / Morag Keil / Nina Könnemann / Adriana Lara / Andrea Legiehn with an illustration by Siw Umsonst / Amy Lien and Enzo Camacho / Erik Lavesson with Milena Büsch, Kelly Akashi and Anna Zacharoff / Adam Linder and Shahryar Nashat / Fred Lonidier with Egija Inzule / Fiona McGovern and Magnus Schäfer / Luise Pilz / François Piron / Bonny Poon / Gottfried Schnödl / Silberkuppe / Mathew Sova / Maraike Steding / Megan Francis Sullivan / Sergei Tcherepnin / Benjamin Thorel / Danh Vo / Colin Whitaker / Amy Yao a.o., including A document made by Paul Thek and Edwin Klein / Textiles: Open Letters by Rike Frank and Grant Watson / A reportage on Andreas Dorau / Lars Eidinger on Rainer Werner Fassbinder / A retrospective account of a 1990 artwork by Silvia Kolbowski / Fernando Mesta on Joseph Strau’s jewelry / A Drive by Robert Walser with an introduction by Susan Bernofsky 

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Stephen Willats, Control Magazine #18, CONTROL MAGAZINE, 2009

Despite the forwarding of new forms of socially based and engaged art practice by artists, a feature of culture in the last decades has been the ethos surrounding the possession of art objects. Art as property has not only persisted in our culture but has been celebrated and projected as adominate emulative icon.
What cannot be ignored at the time of producing Control Magazine, Issue Eighteen, is the sudden collapse of the financial markets that supported an inflated bubble. A bubble, which fostered the art object as financial investment.
Control Magazine Issue Eighteen presents texts by artists that offer a vision, a way forward which connects with people, to externalise their work into the real world today. 
In this new issue of Control Magazine a group of texts are presented by artists that are considered to have responded to recent cultural events and are offering strategies for the expression of social and community values in art practice.
Vito Acconci, Karolin Meunier, Stephen Willats, Erwin van Doorn, Dan Mitchell, Annette Krauss, Thomas Hirschhorn, Harmen de Hoop, Steve Rushton, Ricardo Basbaum, Phil Coy.

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