October 8, 2012

Now Available: Intangible Economies and Institutions by Artists


Fillip is pleased to announce the release of two new publications in its ongoing Folio Series, which presents new and previously published writing by critics, artists, and curators that engages specific and recurring questions on international contemporary art.
Intangible Economies
Initiated by Fillip Associate Editor Antonia Hirsch in conjunction with a forum co-presented by Artspeak in Vancouver last fall, Intangible Economies focuses on the multifarious forms of exchange fuelled by affect and desire and speculatively investigates the fundamental role these affective transactions play in modes of representation and, accordingly, in cultural production. Contributors include Juan Gaitán, Melanie Gilligan, Hadley+Maxwell, Candice Hopkins, Monika Szewczyk, and Jan Verwoert, as well as extensive transcripts of forum discussions.

2012, English
19 x 11.5 cm, 240 pages
ISBN: 978-1-927354-03-2
20.00 CDN
Institutions by Artists: Volume One
Produced alongside a three-day international conference occurring Oct. 12–14, Institutions by Artists addresses the performance and promise of contemporary global artist-run centres and initiatives within the historical contexts that saw their emergence. Contributors include Vincent Bonin, AA Bronson, Barnaby Drabble, Luis Camnitzer, Makan Space, Pelin Tan, Vector Association, Anton Vidokle, Keith Wallace, and Pan Wendt, among many others. Co-edited by Jeff Khonsary and Kristina Lee Podesva and co-published with the Pacific Association of Artist Run Centres.

The Institutions by Artists Convention is sold out but you can watch video from the conference live, beginning Oct 12, 10am PST, through LiveStream.

2012, English/French
19 x 11.5 cm, 384 pages
ISBN: 978-1-927354-02-5
20.00 CDN



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