Printed Project 12
PRINTED PROJECT 12: CIRCULATION
Curated/Edited by Katya Sander
Curated/Edited by Katya Sander November, 2009
Contributers Zach Formwalt, Elin Wikström, Neil Cummings, Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz, Alex Villar, Katja Eydel, Brian Holmes, Andrea Creutz & Thomas Boren, Ashley Hunt, Jason Simon, Simon Sheikh, John Strauss, Sandra Schäfer, Ralph and Stefan Heidenreich. In the light of the recent crash in the global financial system, this issue of Printed Project takes a timely look at the notion of ‘circulation’ — not only circulation of goods, bodies, knowledge, ideas, images and money, i.e. the movement of certain forms — but also, and maybe more so, an idea of circulation as a form in itself.
Curator/editor Katya Sander has taken her cue from a number of recent sociologists and anthropologists, who have sought to understand and describe the market “as one form of circulation central to western imaginary of modernity”. As Sander notes “along with the market as one such matrix for western modernity, the notion of the public sphere and the idea of the nation state can also be understood as seminal forms of circulation for western modernity and the ways in which it is understood and imagined.”
About Katya Sander Katya Sander (born 1970 Copenhagen) lives and works in Berlin and Copenhagen. Sanders most recent solo exhibitions include Production of Future. A Science Fiction About Counting at Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, TIFO (event) at Generator in Trondheim, and The Most Complicated Machines are Made of Words at Museum Moderner Kunst (MuMoK) in Vienna. Moreover, Sanders work has been shown in group shows such as in Documenta12 (9 Scripts From a Nation at War, with Andrea Geyer, Sharon Hayes, Ashley Hunt & David Thorne), Kunstraum Universität Lüneburg, Rooseum in Malmö, Charlottenborg in Copenhagen, Neue Berliner Kunstverein, CCA Watts Institute in San Francisco, ICCA Bucharest, Artists Space in New York, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Musée de L’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Kunsthalle Wien, Aarhus Art Museum, MIGROS Museum, and others. She has worked in various collaborative constellations. Sanders writing on art, visual cultures, architecture and feminism has been published internationally in various books, magazines and journals. Together with Simon Sheikh she is a series editor of OE-Critical Readers in Visual Cultures, published with b_books, Berlin.
About Printed Project Printed Project is a curated contemporary art journal, published twice a year by Visual Artists Ireland. Printed Project brings comprehensive thought, argument and opinion to bear on contemporary dialogues and debates; and considers the shared consequences for all, as our culture backs into the future.
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