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More recently, he was a co-curator of the community-based exhibit csnam, the city before the city, at the UBC Museum of Anthropology (MOA). E-flux journal Martha RoslerCulture Class In this collection of essays Martha Rosler embarks on a broad inquiry into the economic and historical precedents for todays soft ideology of creativity, with special focus on its elaborate retooling of class distinctions. Markus WeisbeckSurface For the last decade, Markus Weisbeck has been redefining this prevailing client-designer relationship and subsequently challenging what constitutes a graphic design practice today. Featuring an essay by writer and curator Laura Mclean-Ferris and a poetic response by writer and poet Quinn Latimer as well as a fully illustrated overview of Reuss work, this catalogue provides an in-depth exploration of the artists recent sculptural practice. The book catalogues two solo exhibitions that took place in 2010Blood Flow at Extra City Kunsthal Antwerpen, and Diamond Dancer at de Appel arts centre. Philippe Thomas Name, in the artistic activities of Philippe Thomas, there was a determination to disappear: it was his procedure to transfer his title of author onto his collectors. (Ed.)Art Always Has Its Consequences Artists Texts from Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Serbia, Art Always Has Its Consequences is a collection of manifestos, critical texts, and writings addressing public issues written by artists and artist groups from Eastern Europe between 19Julieta Aranda, Brian Kuan Wood, Anton. The Strategic Use of Stories in Organizational Communication and Learning. OConnell is in fact enacting in a first unrealised form the utopian project of one day racing this motorbike on a runway at Svalbard, located on a Norwegian archipelago deep in the Arctic Circle and covered with almost year-round permafrost.
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