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MIRA ASRININGTYAS, NORA HEIDORN, KARI RITTENBACH
Coming Soon


The fetish for the “now” and the false urgency of the contemporary reward instant gratification at the expense of the laborious and the longer term, leaving little space for reflection, retraction, failure, or even a wasted afternoon. Yet value appreciates in time—how do you choose to spend it? A result of condensed research across Italy during a residency hosted by Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, this reader serves as a resource rather than a document, expanding the calendar dates of the companion exhibition.

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BADLANDS UNLIMITED
“ ”#5 Badlands Unlimited (Act 1)


Badlands Unlimited is a three-act play written by Badlands Unlimited. Set behind the scenes of an artist-run, New York-based publishing company, the play follows the characters as they launch an erotic novella, deal with internal conflicts, and imagine the promise and threat of technology between the pages and in our lives. Badlands Unlimited is a comedy of errors that morphs into a deeper meditation on art and mortality.

Edited by Adam Gibbons and Eva Wilson.

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GCC
“ ”#4 Internal Affairs 2013–2018


GCC is an acronym that does not stand for but alludes to the Gulf Cooperation Council, the intergovernmental political and economic partnership that connects six countries in the region. The artist “delegation” or collective GCC was formed in 2013. Its eight members, all of whom have close ties to the Arabian Gulf, are scattered across the globe. Internal Affairs is a collection of selected images and conversations from GCC’s five-year WhatsApp archive.

Edited by Adam Gibbons and Eva Wilson.

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JAMES HOFF, MARIAN KAISER
“ ”#2 James Hoff / Marian Kaiser


In a white cottage at the edge of what is often mistakenly referred to as the Vigeland Park, Oslo, in early January 2016, artist James Hoff and writer Marian Kaiser discuss sounds, images, language, and the events that produce them: distribution channels; anecdotes; heavenly rays; Stuxnet; ghosting; feedback; riots; mission creep; Amok as a colonial construction. How did the culture-bound syndrome cross the Atlantic? Is the book still the endgame?

Edited by Adam Gibbons and Eva Wilson.

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NICO VASCELLARI
Codalunga


Ten years of Codalunga in one single book. A project which gathered artists, musicians, and performers from all over the world, hosted since 2005 by Nico Vascellari in his studio in Vittorio Veneto. The pictures collected from Codalunga participants, also enriched by written records, artworks and materials from Vascellari’s archive, build a unique narration—the story of a cult place for a transnational scene and an entire generation.

With texts by Carlo Antonelli, Andrea Lissoni and Filipa Ramos, Arto Lindsay, Valerio Mattioli, Xing.

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ALESSANDRO CICORIA
CICORIA: A Brief Account of Alessandro Cicoria’s Life and Work


Alessandro Cicoria’s practice is a continuous process aiming at formalizing an accidental act. Most of his works come from archival studies, from an investigation of the past, often resulting from a long narrative. Cicoria is a visual essay conceived as a stream of images of the artist’s past and current artworks, put together with apparently no visual coherence by Cicoria himself. A dialogue between the artist and curator Luca Lo Pinto is the map to understand the peculiar attitude behind his work and vision.

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