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  • Item:MER-1287

    Zarba Lonsa, _0_0__0, Mesonya/, Katinka Bock

    This publication forms the catalogue of three solo-exhibitions of artist Katinka Bock in Paris, London and Toronto that were linked to the work ‘Zarba Lonsa’ which she created during her residency at Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers in Paris in 2016.



    Particularly interested by the atmosphere of the Quatre-Chemins district where Les Laboratories is located, the artist went to meet merchants to initiate a relationship with them based on the exchange of one of her works for an object of their shop.

    This gesture was the starting point of a creative process that has unfolded in several forms – sculptures, installation, films and photos. Renewing the process of this exchange-based relationship in a specific urban context for a new production of works and photographs, a second edition of the project took shape under the title _0_0__0 in June 2017 at Mercer Union in Toronto. To complete the series, a last edition took place at the Siobhan Davies Dance in London under the title Mesonya/ in Fall 2017.


    €39.00
  • Item:MER-1284

    BURGERS, Parcifal Neyt

    A book with over a hundred new fresh premium quality burgers. 


    €25.00
  • Item:MER-1286

    Koxiepy, Parcifal Neyt

    ”I wanted to say so many things in this book, but it seems I ended up saying nothing”


    €15.00
  • Item:MER-1285

    Cheat Sheets, Parcifal Neyt

    This volume is a xeroxed facsimile of the cheat sheet booklet made by Hanne Vermeulen to prepare for her nude modeling sessions.


    €15.00
  • Item:MER-1280

    Playground '16 - '07

    What is the importance of the medium performance today? Which challenges are occurring? And which role has Playground in this context? This set of questions was presented at a selection of artists and curators who visited the festival. Their reflections on ten years Playground led to a new publication, in which curators Steven Vandervelden (STUK) and Eva Wittocx (M-Museum Leuven) also share their vision. As a result the book presents a unique retrospective on the nation-al and international importance of the festival.


    €20.00
  • Item:MER-1277

    3 boek 7 8 9 (box set), Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu

    Open now for pre-order. Shipments will start January 11, 2018.



    First 53: €297

    Next 31: €353

    Last 29: €451



    3 boek 7 8 9 is a publication by architecten de vylder vinck taillieu in collaboration with MER. Paper Kunsthalle. The box set of three books gives an extended overview of both built and unbuilt work by the office, realised over the past decade.



    As a box set, 3 boek 7 8 9 follows the already published 1 boek 1 2 3 and the not yet published 2 boek 4 5 6. In contrast to the first set of books – fully edited by the office itself and conceived as a continuous, associative, cross-referencing text – this third set takes an opposite approach. The box compiles three existing monographs – a re-enactment of the out-of-print 2G N. 66, the 13th catalogue from the series De aedibus international and the recently published a+u 561 17:06 – and brings these ‘as-found objects’ together as one narrative.



    The editorial strategy employed in connecting the three separate monographs is an extension of the office’s overall attitude towards architecture, as demonstrated in their work. Using the formal interventions of copying and cutting, the monographs – each with their own household identity – are appropriated and related to each other. As such, the box set not only presents an overview of projects, it embodies these projects in the texture of the publication itself.



    3 boek 7 8 9 is available in a limited edition of 113 handnumbered issues and is accompanied by a short essay on architects’ books by Moritz Küng.


    €353.00
  • Item:MER-1279

    Choreo, Paul Robbrecht & Wim Cuyvers

    €39.00
  • Item:MER-1276

    Masatoshi Masanobu



    Masatoshi Masanobu was born in 1911 in Suzuki City, the Prefecture of Kochi, Japan. He was a member of the Gutai movement, although his work is not as conspicuous as that of the other Gutai members, nor did he make any historic performances or paintings that stood at the forefront of the era. But in fact he was any less radical than the rest of the group. Masanobu was a rather orthodox Japanese painter, who tried to make a living as an artist while supporting himself as an art teacher. His creative approach appears much more idiosyncratic to younger viewers than the artist could ever have imagined. The proof lies in his early abstract paintings. In his essay in this book the author Kaichi Kawasaki discusses Masanobu’s works and his involvement with Gutai, which grew out of a meeting with Jiro Yoshihara after the war. 


    €45.00
  • Item:MER-1272

    Solidarity Poiesis: I Will Come and Steal You, Robin Vanbesien

    Taking its vantage point from the popular assemblies in Athens, Solidarity Poiesis: I Will Come and Steal You discusses the multifaceted ideas and prospects of this grassroots movement such as prefiguration, self-governance and abolition democracy. The notion of ‘solidarity poiesis’ arises from an argument for a poetics that will transform social justice through new sustainable self-organized infrastructures. 



    This book of essays and interviews is a follow-up to Under These Words (Solidarity Athens 2016), a film by Robin Vanbesien (2017).


    €12.00

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