At times documentation, at times artists’ book, the publication brings together a body of original documents and commissioned texts actively mirroring the process and the questions that had organically developed into “It’s moving from I to It,” a 15-month program on visual language, abstraction, disappearance, and the object, which took shape through a series of commissioned texts, workshops, a set of public events and exhibitions.
Contributors: Åbäke, Adam Avikainen, Paul Becker, Irini Botea & Nicu Ilfovenau, Ben Cain, Julia Calver, Jeremiah Day, Manon de Boer, Jochen Dehn, Tim Etchells, Fitts & Holderness, Aurélien Froment, Mark Geffriaud, Goldin+Senneby, Douglas Gordon, Martin Gustavsson, Marine Hugonnier, Andrew Kerton, Ian Kiaer, Chosil Kil, Július Koller, Phillip Lai, Olivier Laric, Gil Leung, Sylvère Lotringer, Michael Newman, Beatriz Olabarrieta, Miklos Onucsan, Siôn Parkinson, Amanda Ross-Ho, Chris Sharp, Pilvi Takala, Harald Thys and Jos de Gruyter, Peter Waechtler, Katherine Waugh and Ian White.
Designed by: Atelier Dreibholz
FormContent & Mousse, 2014. 191 pages, paperback, black and white images throughout, 22.5 x 32 cm.
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