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Labor of Love: Lauren O’Neill-Butler on the art of fierce pussy
“fierce pussy’s speech is always excitable, its politics always performative and ahead of the curve.”
The Invisible Village: Sasha Frere-Jones on the music of John Zorn
“Even if someone is creating sound by rubbing a matchbox against a drum head, that creation represents both a value and a choice. Whether composed or improvised, such notes are strikes against death, laid out in time.”
Forces of Nature: Graham Bader on the art of Thomas Struth
“These notations are reminders of the excesses and imperfections—above all, those of the body’s own processes and desires—that lurk at the heart of technological reason.”
Return to Sender: David Teh’s dispatch from Thailand
“Thailand’s artists, like its popular culture, have run the gamut from slavish devotion to ingenious (and ironic) integration, but the rejection of foreign styles or techniques has never been their thing.”
And: Mychal Denzel Smith on Jordan Casteel’s Mom Hand; Wayne Koestenbaum on the art of David Gilbert; Jeffrey Weiss, Carolee Schneemann, and Simone Forti on Robert Morris; Thomas Beard on Andy Milligan; and Amy Taubin on Steven Soderbergh’s High Flying Bird.
Plus: Canada Choate on the writings of Catherine Christer Hennix, Celeste Olalquiaga on Paul Virilio’s Bunker Archaeology, Dan Nadel on “Hairy Who? 1966–1969,” Barry Schwabsky on Raoul de Keyser, Du Keke on the 12th Shanghai Biennale, and Precious Okoyomon shares her Top Ten.
Plasma 4 is focused on space exploration, AI, bionics and technology in art.
The content ranges from NASA, ESA, SPACEX, CALTECH to art-sience institution such as The Museum of Jurrasic Technology, MONA, Futurium and Garage Museum.
Diana Wehmeier, “PLASMA 4”
22 x 28 cm
English / Russian
A fanzine that brings together the work of 29 international artists and is fully dedicated to artists clothes.
This publication—intended as a mobile exhibition—reveals the artists’ desire to question the commercialization of their work as an object, and the phenomena of fashion that seems to influence the art world a little more every day. Works have instinctively placed in contexts that evoke commercial, fashion, or advertising imagery.
Photography by Reto Schmid, featuring work by Mathis Altmann for Sundogs, Saelia Aparicio, Bianca Bondi, Deborah Bowman, César, Liz Craft for Sundogs, Antoine Donzeaud, Jade Fourès-Varnier & Vincent de Hoym, Eric Giraudet de Boudemange, Antoine Grulier, Matthieu Haberard, Sam Henty, Hypercomf, Lucile Littot, Real Madrid, Martin Margiela, Sara Naim, Anna Lucia Nissen, Paloma Proudfoot, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Niki de Saint-Phalle, Anne Speier for Sundogs, Orfeo Tagiuri, Urara Tsuchiya, Gaia Vincensini, and Eric Winkler.
Designed by Charles Levai
Styled by Helena Tejedor
Text by Ingrid Luquet-Gad
Published by Sans Titre (2016) and Unemployed, 2018
44 pages + extra 8 page insert on cyclus paper
9.5 × 12.6 inches
Issue 09, Movement
— Edition of 500
— 60 Pages
— Full Color Print
— 24 Page Zine ‘Ocean Size’ by Peter Sutherland
— Ships Mid December
Library Paper is an up-to-date representation of varied design and art practices from around the world giving readers an insight into the artists process. Design and concept by Catalogue.