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Institution for the Future

Editor: Biljana Ciric and Sally Lai | Reference: P2408 | ISBN: 9780954544058 | Type: Publication

Institution for the Future is an archive of ideas bringing together reflections by artists, curators and other cultural workers on what an institution for the future should and needs to look like. With contributions from Ade Darmawan, Alexandra Hodby, Alistair Hudson, Dmitry Vilensky, Dorothea von Hantelmann, Elaine W. Ho, Gerald Raunig, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Hu Xiangqian, Ho Tzu Nyen, Jens Hoffmann, Joao Ribas, Jun Yang, Keren Cytter, Liu Ding, Marina Abramovic, Michael Lee, Monika Szewczyk, Nikita Yingqian Cai, Richard Streitmatter-Tran, Roslisham Ismail, Ise, Sam Bower, Seng Yujin, Third Belgrade, Tino Sehgal, Vandy Rattana and Yoko Ono.

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Curating (but were afraid to ask)

Artist/Author: Hans Ulrich Obrist | Editor: Tino Sehgal, Yona Friedman | Reference: P1740 | ISBN: 978-1-933128-25-2 | Type: Publication

Undertakes the impossible: pinning down this peripatetic curator, attempting to map his psychogeography so that silences may be transcribed.

11 Rooms Group Show

Artist/Author: Various | Reference: P1646 | Type: Publication

The 11 Rooms exhibition is part of the Manchester International Festival, 9-17 July 2011. See also, A0457 and P1613 – The Artist is Present

Move. Choreographing You: Art and Dance Since the 1960s

Artist/Author: Susan Leigh Foster, Andre Lepecki, Peggy Phelan | Editor: Stephanie Rosenthal | Reference: P1735 | ISBN: 978-1-85332-282-2 | Type: Publication

Move. Choreographing You, Art and Dance Since the 1960s, explores cross-currents between contemporary art and dance over the past fifty years, with essays by Susan Leigh Foster, Andre Lepecki, Peggy Phelan.

Move. Choreographing You: Art and Dance Since the 1960s

Artist/Author: Susan Leigh Foster, Andre Lepecki, Peggy Phelan | Editor: Stephanie Rosenthal | Reference: P1735 | ISBN: 978-1-85332-282-2 | Type: Publication

Move. Choreographing You, Art and Dance Since the 1960s, explores cross-currents between contemporary art and dance over the past fifty years, with essays by Susan Leigh Foster, Andre Lepecki, Peggy Phelan.