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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.

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Starship #15, Starship Magazine, 2016

Fall 2016 issue.

Contributors: Nadja Abt, Tenzing Barshee, Gerry Bibby, Mercedes Bunz, Lou Cantor, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Jay Chung, Hans-Christian Dany, Helmut Draxler, Francesca Drechsler, Martin Ebner, Jana Euler, Julian Göthe, Toni Hildebrandt, Karl Holmqvist, Judith Hopf, Stephan Janitzky, Jakob Kolding, Robert McKenzie, Maria Loboda, Nick Mauss, Robert Meijer, Ariane Müller, Christopher Müller, Eileen Myles, Gunter Reski, Mandla Reuter, Cameron Rowland, Julia Scher, Mark von Schlegell, Eva Seufert, Diamond Stingily, Wolfgang Tillmans, Vera Tollmann, Haytham El-Wardany, Nicole Wermers, Amelie von Wulffen, Stephanie Wurster and Florian Zeyfang.

Edited by Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Ariane Müller and Henrik Olesen.

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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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Samuel Aubert (ed.), Audimat #05, Les Siestes Électroniques, 2016

Au sommaire du numéro cinq :

Frédéric Junqua : « The Blue Nile, un artisanat de l'artifice »
James Parker & Nicholas Croggon : « Critique moderne et révisionnisme pop »
Pierre Evil & Fred Hanak : « Gangsta-Rap : un post-scriptum (2005-2015) »
Laurent Fintoni : « Le hip-hop des 90s ou l'illusion du sacré »
Quentin Delannoi : « L’inclassique Olivier Greiff »
Stefan Goldmann : « Le grand complot des presets »

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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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Starship #14, Starship Magazine, 2016

Contributors: Tenzing Barshee, John Beeson, Bernadette Corporation, Gerry Bibby, Juliette Blightman, Mercedes Bunz, Lou Cantor, Mihaela Chiriac, Jay Chung, Anders Clausen, Friederike Clever, Hans-Christian Dany, Jimmy DeSana, Nikola Dietrich, Francesca Drechsler, Martin Ebner, Heike-Karin Föll, Wolfgang Gantner, Julian Göthe, Karl Holmqvist, Judith Hopf, Helena Huneke, Yuki Kimura, Jakob Kolding, Chris Kraus, Nicolas Linnert, Thomas Locher, Robert Meijer, Ariane Müller, Christopher Müller, Henrik Olesen, Kirsten Pieroth, Michael Pfrommer, Eileen Quinlan, Daniel Reuter, Nina Rhode, Mark von Schlegell, Heji Shin, Valerie Stahl von Stromberg, Ed Steck, Cheyney Thompson, Vera Tollmann, Taocheng Wang, Haytham El-Wardany, Amelie von Wulffen, Stephanie Wurster, Mark van Yetter and Florian Zeyfang. 

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Coll., Plexus #29, Planète, 1969

Plexus était une revue française bimestrielle consacrée à l'humour et à l'érotisme qui parut à la fin des années 60. Elle était en fait un dérivé produit par les éditions Retz de Louis Pauwels, la même équipe que la revue Planète. Le numéro 1 paraît en avril-mai 1966. Elle cessa de paraître en juillet 1970, après trente-sept numéros.
Planète contenait déjà une rubrique consacrée à l'art et la littérature érotiques. Devant son succès, les éditions Retz créèrent en 1966 la revue Plexus, avec comme sous-titre : "La revue qui décomplexe". Plexus est censurée en 1967, sa vente étant interdite au mineurs pour son caractère pornographique.
La revue contient des nouvelles de science fiction, des articles historiques et philosophiques, ainsi que des séries de photographies érotiques ainsi que des œuvres d'art, par exemple des pin ups de Leonor Fini....

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octopus notes #5, octopus notes, 2015

octopus notes est une revue qui soutient la création artistique contemporaine et la recherche universitaire. Chaque parution se déploie en trois collections. La première propose un mémoire de recherche rédigé et soutenu récemment dont le champ d’étude porte sur l’art de la seconde moitié du XXe siècle jusqu’à aujourd’hui. La deuxième collection est consacrée aux entretiens ou écrits d’artistes. Pour la troisième collection, octopus notes invite un artiste à concevoir une édition limitée. Ces trois collections paraissent conjointement.


Hans Haacke: invention des résistances
Mémoire de recherche en Histoire de l'art rédigé et soutenu par Baptiste Pinteaux en septembre 2014 à l'Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne.


Naoki Sutter-Shudo s'entretient avec Scott Benzel


Jean-Luc Moulène

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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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May #14, May Revue, 2015

“This issue of May considers the reception of Sigmar Polke in France, from the 1980s to the first American retrospective dedicated to his work, which took place at MoMA in New York in April 2014 and subsequently traveled to Europe to the Tate Modern in London and finally to the Museum Ludwig in Cologne in the spring of 2015. (...)
By interesting ourselves specifically with the dynamic that Polke maintained with galleries and the way in which he worked with institutions, we attempted to establish a model of relationships in which artists can remain autonomous. Taking this idea as a starting point, we explored the current dynamic of artist-gallery relations with emerging artists looking to position themselves early on, despite a changed context.“

Features texts/contributions by Magnus Schaefer, Marie Angeletti, Camille Blatrix, Hélène Fauquet, Renaud Jerez, Mélanie Matranga, Sam Pulitzer, Kari Rittenbach, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Jay Chung, Ellie de Verdier, Tanja Widmann, Catherine Chevalier, Edouard Montassut.

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Starship # 13: Geld Alkohol Feminismus Sex, Starship Magazine, 2015

Contributors to Starship 13: David Antin, Julie Ault & Lucy R. Lippard on Nancy Spero, Monika Baer, Lars Bang Larsen, Tenzing Barshee, Gerry Bibby, Matthew Billings, Richard Birkett, Robert Bittenbender, Mercedes Bunz, David Bussel, Enzo Camacho, Lou Cantor, Jay Chung, Hans-Christian Dany, Liz Deschenes, Nikola Dietrich, Francesca Drechsler, Martin Ebner, Marte Eknæs, Rainer Ganahl, Karl Holmqvist, Chris Kraus, Jakob Kolding, Greer Lankton, Amy Lien, Ilya Lipkin, Mathieu Malouf, Robert McKenzie, Ariane Müller, Christopher Müller, Henrik Olesen, Monika Rinck, Ulla Rossek, Max Schmidtlein, Tobias Spichtig, Vera Tollmann, Peter Wächtler, Scott Cameron Weaver, Amelie von Wulffen, Stephanie Wurster, Florian Zeyfang

Editors: Nikola Dietrich, Ariane Müller, Martin Ebner, Henrik Olesen
Design: Dan Solbach, with Katerina Trakakis

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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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Texte zur Kunst #97: Bohemia, Texte zur Kunst, 2015

Exile and marginality, network availability, mass- versus subcultural identities, privilege, opting (versus dropping) out – these are elements this issue takes on. The fading of bohemia’s appeal is no doubt linked in part to a growing preference for the web’s promise of total-connectivity. Though could another factor be at work here too: an underlying sense that perhaps the real displacement and disenfranchisement after which romantic notions of “bohemia” were later formed may again be a very real threat?

Diedrich Diederichsen, Saskia Sassen, Cornelia Koppetsch, Philipp Ekardt, Douglas Coupland, Ella Plevin, Daniel Keller, Caroline Busta, Stephan Dillemuth, Noura Wedell, Morag Keil, Susanne Leeb, Otto Mühl, Christian Höller, Mark von Schlegell, David Cronenberg, Kalani Michell, Lucy Raven, Holger Schulze, Nick Zedd, Greer Lankton, Tess Edmonson, Amalia Ulman, Hanna Magauer, Walead Beshty, Ana Teixeira Pinto, Oliver Laric, Barbara Hess, Jana Euler, Florine Stettheimer, Rachel Haidu, Robert Gober, Christian Naujoks, Cosima von Bonin, Amy Lien, Enzo Camacho, Sophie Goltz, Lina Bo Bardi, Beate Söngten, Michaela Meise, Catherine Chevalier, Marcel Duchamp, Lewis Baltz, Jeff Rian.

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