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BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE www.bomdiabooks.de BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE was founded in 2011 by Manuel Raeder and Manuel Goller in Berlin, solely run by Studio Manuel Raeder since 2013.

The small publishing house is specialized in high quality artist books that are conceived as an integral part of an art work or as the art work itself that, often, plays with the format of the book and reflects its medium. In 2014, the first book of Bom Dia Kinder, a new series of children books made by artists, was launched.The books of Bom Dia are produced in close collaboration with a group of

The small publishing house is specialized in high quality artist books that are conceived as an integral part of an art work or as the art work itself that, often, plays with the format of the book and reflects its medium. In 2014, the first book of Bom Dia Kinder, a new series of children books made by artists, was launched.The books of Bom Dia are produced in close collaboration with a group of

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  ・・・Fire and Clay: The Art of Oaxacan Pottery / Barro y fuego: El arte de la alfarería en Oaxaca published by  and  In ...
18/09/2022


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Fire and Clay: The Art of Oaxacan Pottery / Barro y fuego: El arte de la alfarería en Oaxaca published by and

In it Eric Mindling details the variety of works made by the potters of Oaxaca, their villages, and their traditions. A mix of history and contemporary adaptations as well as some beautiful photos displaying the work. We have it in both Spanish and English language at the moment.

  ・・・Join us at the WIELS Art Book Fair  ➡this weekend, on Saturday Fake Calligraphy is presented by manoeuvre & BOM DIA...
17/09/2022


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Join us at the WIELS Art Book Fair ➡this weekend, on Saturday Fake Calligraphy is presented by manoeuvre & BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE 17:45 onwards our Fake Calligraphy publication will be presented together with a live soundscape by D'Andrade 🎶and Collective reading /performing/signing ➰ at the auditorium with manoeuvre , Maartje fliervoet , Gyulseren Van Dort, Ilnur Sezer, Rony Codoychuran, Rahime Koparan, Brechna Rehman, Edibe Filiz, Katja Gretzinger , Nele Tas, Yoko Enoki, Gonul Altintas, Sultan Altintas, Hatice Gozukucuk, Hediye Sahin Yegit, Laila Hasimi, Ismahan Yildrim, Gul Ismigul Atec, Rae Sita Pratiwi, Chris Rotsaert, Joan Somers Donelly, on tables designed with Kato Six

 ・・・Join us at the WIELS Art Book Fair  ➡this weekend, on Saturday 4:30-5:30 I will be at the stand of BOM DIA BOA TARDE...
16/09/2022


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Join us at the WIELS Art Book Fair ➡this weekend, on Saturday 4:30-5:30 I will be at the stand of BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE and from 6:00 onwards our Fake Calligraphy publication will be presented together with a live performance by D'Andrade and Collective reading /performing/signing with manoeuvre , Maartje fliervoet , Gyulseren Van Dort, Ilnur Sezer, Rony Codoychuran, Rahime Koparan, Brechna Rehman, Edibe Filiz, Katja Gretzinger , Nele Tas, Yoko Enoki, Gonul Altintas, Sultan Altintas, Hatice Gozukucuk, Hediye Sahin Yegit, Laila Hasimi, Ismahan Yildrim, Gul Ismigul Atec, Rae Sita Pratiwi, Chris Rotsaert, Joan Somers Donelly, on tables designed with Kato Six

  ・・・ .berlinNow available online and in all the good bookstores! Klosterruinenzines by Anna M. Szaflarski, Simone Fatta...
14/09/2022


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.berlin

Now available online and in all the good bookstores!

Klosterruinenzines by Anna M. Szaflarski, Simone Fattal, Josè Montealegre, Yoshie Sugito

Four zines, documenting and continuing a series of four exhibitions that took place last summer, also known as the summer of 2021 at Klosterruine Berlin. Digging up what’s always already left behind, this series reframes the exhibition as an excavation site and engages archeology as a speculative and aesthetic procedure. A map, a notebook, a calendar and a dream diary, these four zines allow you to become your own heartbroken archeologist.

Language: English
Size: 220 x 280 mm
Pages: 76
Illustrations: Color
Format: Softcover
ISBN: 978-3-96436-051-9

Editor: Maxi Wallenhorst, Christopher Weickenmeier
Texts: Simone Fattal, Bassem Saad, Anna M. Szaflarski, Christopher Weickenmeier
Designer: Studio Manuel Raeder

Artist: Josè Montealegre, Simone Fattal, Yoshie Sugito, Anna M. Szaflarski

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  ・・・Our friend .goncalo holds in his hands one of the most visually astonishing artist catalogs we've seen recently: Th...
11/09/2022


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Our friend .goncalo holds in his hands one of the most visually astonishing artist catalogs we've seen recently: The Shell Reader, by Nina Canell, beautifully designed by Robin Watkins, published by and .

* The publication includes 300 pages filled with photographs of seashells by Robin Watkins, an essay by Sally O’Reilly and a conversation between Giulia Rispoli and Nina Canell.

* For Berlinische Galerie, Nina Canell conceived an installation that dealt with the vitality of the mineral material calcite. Literally crumbling under our own weight, several metric tonnes of shells speak up from the ground, causing a sensation far remote from that of walking on a gallery floor. Yet, crushed calcite from marine molluscs is an essential ingredient in concrete, a major constituent of our built environment.

* In Muscle Memory, a sculpture by Nina Canell, the biomineral forms that feed the construction industry gradually break down over the course of the exhibition. Material stress gives way to a sounding, durational sculpture, inviting us to consider the ineffable number of broken bodies that holds us up.

* Shell Reader calls on the material vitality of calcium carbonate, detailing broken pieces of shell from Muscle Memory. By foregrounding these fragments, each page echoes a crack, snap, split, or splinter.

FRESH FROM THE PRESS Shell Reader by Nina CanellLiterally crumbling under our own weight, several metric tonnes of shell...
08/09/2022

FRESH FROM THE PRESS Shell Reader by Nina Canell

Literally crumbling under our own weight, several metric tonnes of shells speak up from the ground, causing a sensation remote from that of walking on a gallery floor. Yet, crushed calcite from marine molluscs is an essential ingredient in concrete, a major constituent of our built environment. In Muscle Memory, a sculpture by Nina Canell, the biomineral forms that feed the construction industry gradually break down over the course of the exhibition. Material stress gives way to a sounding, durational sculpture, inviting us to consider the ineffable number of broken bodies that holds us up. Shell Reader calls on the material vitality of calcium carbonate, detailing broken pieces of shell from Muscle Memory. By foregrounding these fragments, each page echoes a crack, snap, split, or splinter.

Language: English, German
Size: 224 x 305 mm
Pages: 366 (milled edges)
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 978-3-96436-057-1

Texts: Sally O'Reilly, Nina Canell, Giulia Rispoli
Designer: Robin Watkins
Co-publisher: Berlinische Galerie Museum of Modern Art

We congratulate the design label BLESS for their 25 years anniversary. BOM DIA will publish the anniversary book by the ...
30/08/2022

We congratulate the design label BLESS for their 25 years anniversary. BOM DIA will publish the anniversary book by the end of 2022 together with and

28/07/2022

Join us for the annual picnic with our favourite books, editions, wear, drinks, and music in the Park am Gleisdreieck

Sunday, July 31st
4 pm

On this occasion, we are happy to launch Object Notes: Just a Little Rest

The publication was an extension to the exhibition ‘Etwas mehr als Arbeit’, presented at Kunstverein Göttingen from October 11 – December 13 2020.
In the exhibition ‘Etwas mehr als Arbeit’ the research project Object Notes by Malte Roloff and Santiago da Silva in collaboration with the curator Tomke Braun presented constellations of objects, materials, processes and documents from art and design, art production, and restoration. Objects Notes: Just a little Rest explores the idea of manufacture as an entry point to the question of who, how and under which conditions contemporary art is produced.

The Life and Times of an Outsourced Artwork Reading by Anna M Szaflarski

Labour infused cocktails

Special edition with a letter press print by Rasmus Søndergaard Johannsen

Park am Gleisdreieck
Please see the link for the exact location on our website

  ・・・heirloom seed garden tour by Katrin Rust accompanied by a reading of my novel. Saturday, July 23rd, 3 pm. can be re...
21/07/2022


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heirloom seed garden tour by Katrin Rust accompanied by a reading of my novel. Saturday, July 23rd, 3 pm. can be reached by trainRE3/bike/foot from angermünde or wilmersdorf. this event is in German. the garden is splendid and beyond language. vern has over 2000 plants and recultivate old variety of veggies and flowers. VERN e.V., Burgstr. 20, D-16278 Angermünde/OT Greiffenberg. https://vern.de *** this event is part of my show at ***

Join us 21 June 202220:00 brut Wien at The Volkskundemuseum WienNoa & Snow – Poem #9. A book launch, a film collection, ...
14/06/2022

Join us 21 June 2022
20:00 brut Wien at The Volkskundemuseum Wien
Noa & Snow – Poem #9. A book launch, a film collection, a poetry reading, a good-bye Noa & Snow cocktail-party, by Alix Eynaudi.

With Ujjwal Kanishka Utkarsh, Goda Budvytytė, Mihret Kebede, Paul Kotal, Alex Franz Zehetbauer, Alix Eynaudi, Cécile Tonizzo, Paula Caspão, Han-Gyeol Lie, Q**m Pujol, An Breugelmans, Lydia McGlinchey, Joachim Hamou, Raimundas Malašauskas, Serena Lee, Sabina Holzer, FWF/PEEK Programme for Arts-based Research, project AR 553 & BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE.

Image © Goda Budvytytė

Object Notes:Just a Little RestThe publication Object Notes: Just a Little Rest is an extension to the exhibition ‘Etwas...
04/06/2022

Object Notes:
Just a Little Rest

The publication Object Notes: Just a Little Rest is an extension to the exhibition ‘Etwas mehr als Arbeit’, presented at Kunstverein Göttingen from October 11 – December 13 2020.

In the exhibition ‘Etwas mehr als Arbeit’ the research project Object Notes by Malte Roloff and Santiago da Silva in collaboration with the curator Tomke Braun presents constellations of objects, materials, processes and documents from art and design, art production, and restoration. The project explores the idea of manufacture as an entry point to the question of who, how and under which conditions contemporary art is produced. It examines the use and significance of craftsmanship and labour in contemporary art and how the knowledge about its production affects its perception. The publication presents different contributions by the participants of the project. The formats range from loose page inserts, literary fiction and a conversation, to an especially commissioned essay by British design historian Tanya Harrod.

With contributions by Armando Andrade Tudela, Carolin Bohlmann, Marte Eknæs, Viola Eickmeier, Kasia Fudakowski, Kaufhaus des Ostens, Valentina Jager, Rasmus Søndergaard Johannsen, Philipp Modersohn, Ana Navas, Anna M. Szaflarski, Tanya Harrod, Tomke Braun, Malte Roloff, Santiago da Silva.

Language: English
Size: 170 × 240 mm
Pages: 120 pages + 9 inserts
Format: Softcover
Edited by Tomke Braun, Malte Roloff, Santiago da Silva
Designer: Santiago da Silva

 .berlin ・・・Now available online and in all the good bookstores! Klosterruinenzines by Anna M. Szaflarski, Simone Fattal...
29/05/2022

.berlin
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Now available online and in all the good bookstores!

Klosterruinenzines by Anna M. Szaflarski, Simone Fattal, Josè Montealegre, Yoshie Sugito

Four zines, documenting and continuing a series of four exhibitions that took place last summer, also known as the summer of 2021 at Klosterruine Berlin. Digging up what’s always already left behind, this series reframes the exhibition as an excavation site and engages archeology as a speculative and aesthetic procedure. A map, a notebook, a calendar and a dream diary, these four zines allow you to become your own heartbroken archeologist.

Language: English
Size: 220 x 280 mm
Pages: 76
Illustrations: Color
Format: Softcover
ISBN: 978-3-96436-051-9

Editor: Maxi Wallenhorst, Christopher Weickenmeier
Texts: Simone Fattal, Bassem Saad, Anna M. Szaflarski, Christopher Weickenmeier
Designer: Studio Manuel Raeder

Artist: Josè Montealegre, Simone Fattal, Yoshie Sugito, Anna M. Szaflarski

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  ・・・Termite Economies - Nicholas Mangan, Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite, 2021Cette publication rassemble les trois phases ...
20/05/2022


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Termite Economies - Nicholas Mangan, Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite, 2021

Cette publication rassemble les trois phases de Termite Economies, une série majeure d'œuvres produites entre 2018 et 2020 avec lesquelles l'artiste australien Nicholas Mangan explore les potentialités du comportement social animal.
Pour la première phase de Termite Economies, Mangan a développé des recherches à partir d'une hypothèse selon laquelle les capacités des termites pourraient un jour conduire les humains vers des gisements d'or. La phase 2 a exploré l'eusocialité des termites, la communication phéromonale, le comportement des bâtiments, le biomimétisme, le superorganisme et l'intelligence des essaims. La phase 3 a déployé le collectivisme des termites comme modèle spéculatif pour le détournement des voies neurales humaines. Dans chaque phase, Mangan a développé des méthodes spécifiques pour explorer ces phénomènes de manière formelle, spatiale et par le biais d'images en mouvement. Termite Economies a ainsi permis d'explorer les potentialités du comportement social collectif et les complexités de l'exploitation systématique de l'intelligence non humaine.
Le livre présente chaque phase dans l'ordre de la série d'expositions. Il comprend des photographies de processus et de recherche, des diagrammes, des images d'installation et des vues de détail. Il comprend un essai de l'artiste Mariana Silva, un texte de fiction de l'écrivain ST. Lore, une conversation entre Mangan et la théoricienne de la culture Ana Teixeira Pinto, et un essai réédité de Guy Theraulaz, directeur de recherche, membre de l'équipe CAB (Collective Animal Behavior), Centre de recherche sur la cognition animale, CNRS.

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Art prize Basel-Landschaft, Spartenpreis Kunst, 2022. yesterday in Oltingen. Video Portrait by . Many Thanks to Dominique Mollet for his laudatio and to the team at Kulturelles and to Kulturrat. Theater prize went to actor . Literature to .
film at
https://vimeo.com/709015947
❤️❤️❤️

  ・・・We are excited to introduce you to BOM DIA WEARBOM DIA Baseball cap, 6-panel cap, brown and purple, 100% cotton, on...
06/05/2022


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We are excited to introduce you to BOM DIA WEAR

BOM DIA Baseball cap, 6-panel cap, brown and purple, 100% cotton, one Size fits all, available in brown and purple

BOM DIA ZINI COTTON, longsleeve checked pattern shirt, brown, orange, green, 100% cotton, one pocket, buttons, yellow embroidered stitching on back, available sizes: M, L

BOM DIA ZINI WOOL, longsleeve checked pattern shirt, brown, beige, blue, 100% wool, one pocket, buttons, blue embroidered stitching on back, available sizes M, L

designed you can order them via www.bomdiabooks.de as long as they last

 Studio Manuel Raeder] ・・・We are excited to introduce you to BOM DIA WEARBOM DIA Baseball cap, 6-panel cap, brown and pu...
06/05/2022

Studio Manuel Raeder]
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We are excited to introduce you to BOM DIA WEAR

BOM DIA Baseball cap, 6-panel cap, brown and purple, 100% cotton, one Size fits all, available in brown and purple

BOM DIA ZINI COTTON, longsleeve checked pattern shirt, brown, orange, green, 100% cotton, one pocket, buttons, yellow embroidered stitching on back, available sizes: M, L

BOM DIA ZINI WOOL, longsleeve checked pattern shirt, brown, beige, blue, 100% wool, one pocket, buttons, blue embroidered stitching on back, available sizes M, L

designed Studio Manuel Raeder] you can order them via www.bomdiabooks.de as long as they last

  ・・・A new title at Inga from AKV Berlin in collaboration with , Very Normal People is now available for purchase. In th...
12/04/2022


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A new title at Inga from AKV Berlin in collaboration with , Very Normal People is now available for purchase.

In this collection of stories and illustrations, Anna M. Szaflarski examines the subject of violence, in particular as it is experienced through the female body. Beginning with an autobiographical experience, the story triggers a dissociative state that plunges the book in and out of imaginary worlds and associative narrative threads.

  ・・・Weekly Notes on Book Design with .settings Part LXIII: Very Normal People (2019) by Anna M. Szaflarski ✹ Published ...
10/04/2022


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Weekly Notes on Book Design with .settings Part LXIII: Very Normal People (2019) by Anna M. Szaflarski ✹ Published by in collaboration with AKV Berlin ✹ Designed by and Santiago da Silva. The book comes with a full-color poster inlay.

Despite the well-meaning proverbial advice, we do judge books by their covers (after all, that’s what covers are for). But format, thickness and binding also contribute to forming our impression of what type of book we are looking at, and who it’s for. Strip away all graphic elements and you can still easily tell a coffee table book, a romance novel and a children's book apart, based on their typical form.

The dimensions of Very Normal People (31 by 23.5 cm and about 1 cm thick), paired with the large body text and mostly illustrative content, makes it look like a children's book at first glance, but the reader soon gets wiser. “I never imagined that I would find myself pinned down and strangled by a partner” the story opens. Who ever does? Sometimes we encounter sides of people that are darker than the first impressions suggested.

By pairing autobiographical writing and surreal drawings, artist and writer Anna M. Szaflarski analyzes the subject of violence as experienced by the female body. The narrative brings the reader into the dissociative state that violence can trigger, and the world she presents is eerie. The naive design expression starkly contrasts the gravity of the subject matter. Alice is far from wonderland here. The unruly cover lettering helps tell the story, with pointy, irregular letterforms that are shoving and jostling uncomfortably amongst each other. On the inside, two different typefaces are used to distinguish between the narrator and other voices, and here and there the lines shift and bend, adapting to other elements.

Aside from speaking about painful and personal experiences, Szaflarski also challenges the norms for the form in which we speak about violence. The reader is reminded that - with books as with people - things are not always what they initially seem.👀

  ・・・“Poetry is the only way out of here is her guiding principle; mantra; battle cry. Poetry is not merely a label for ...
09/04/2022


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“Poetry is the only way out of here is her guiding principle; mantra; battle cry. Poetry is not merely a label for writery, it is an attitude to the wor(l)d, a reflexive tool of reflecting. In present surpassing limits of absurdity on a daily base, poetry is a way of making simultaneity and contradiction tangible. In days like these, it becomes absolutely necessary in order not to lose one‘s mind. ”

Poetry is the only way out of here de Nouria Behloul, publicado por , está disponible en la librería y página web 📚📱

 

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Art prize Basel-Landschaft, Spartenpreis Kunst, 2022. yesterday in Oltingen. Video Portrait by . Many Thanks to Dominique Mollet for his laudatio and to the team at Kulturelles and to Kulturrat. Theater prize went to actor . Literature to .
film at
https://vimeo.com/709015947
❤️❤️❤️

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We are excited to introduce you to BOM DIA WEAR

BOM DIA Baseball cap, 6-panel cap, brown and purple, 100% cotton, one Size fits all, available in brown and purple

BOM DIA ZINI COTTON, longsleeve checked pattern shirt, brown, orange, green, 100% cotton, one pocket, buttons, yellow embroidered stitching on back, available sizes: M, L

BOM DIA ZINI WOOL, longsleeve checked pattern shirt, brown, beige, blue, 100% wool, one pocket, buttons, blue embroidered stitching on back, available sizes M, L

designed you can order them via www.bomdiabooks.de as long as they last
Studio Manuel Raeder]
・・・
We are excited to introduce you to BOM DIA WEAR

BOM DIA Baseball cap, 6-panel cap, brown and purple, 100% cotton, one Size fits all, available in brown and purple

BOM DIA ZINI COTTON, longsleeve checked pattern shirt, brown, orange, green, 100% cotton, one pocket, buttons, yellow embroidered stitching on back, available sizes: M, L

BOM DIA ZINI WOOL, longsleeve checked pattern shirt, brown, beige, blue, 100% wool, one pocket, buttons, blue embroidered stitching on back, available sizes M, L

designed Studio Manuel Raeder] you can order them via www.bomdiabooks.de as long as they last

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A new title at Inga from AKV Berlin in collaboration with , Very Normal People is now available for purchase.

In this collection of stories and illustrations, Anna M. Szaflarski examines the subject of violence, in particular as it is experienced through the female body. Beginning with an autobiographical experience, the story triggers a dissociative state that plunges the book in and out of imaginary worlds and associative narrative threads.

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Weekly Notes on Book Design with .settings Part LXIII: Very Normal People (2019) by Anna M. Szaflarski ✹ Published by in collaboration with AKV Berlin ✹ Designed by and Santiago da Silva. The book comes with a full-color poster inlay.

Despite the well-meaning proverbial advice, we do judge books by their covers (after all, that’s what covers are for). But format, thickness and binding also contribute to forming our impression of what type of book we are looking at, and who it’s for. Strip away all graphic elements and you can still easily tell a coffee table book, a romance novel and a children's book apart, based on their typical form.

The dimensions of Very Normal People (31 by 23.5 cm and about 1 cm thick), paired with the large body text and mostly illustrative content, makes it look like a children's book at first glance, but the reader soon gets wiser. “I never imagined that I would find myself pinned down and strangled by a partner” the story opens. Who ever does? Sometimes we encounter sides of people that are darker than the first impressions suggested.

By pairing autobiographical writing and surreal drawings, artist and writer Anna M. Szaflarski analyzes the subject of violence as experienced by the female body. The narrative brings the reader into the dissociative state that violence can trigger, and the world she presents is eerie. The naive design expression starkly contrasts the gravity of the subject matter. Alice is far from wonderland here. The unruly cover lettering helps tell the story, with pointy, irregular letterforms that are shoving and jostling uncomfortably amongst each other. On the inside, two different typefaces are used to distinguish between the narrator and other voices, and here and there the lines shift and bend, adapting to other elements.

Aside from speaking about painful and personal experiences, Szaflarski also challenges the norms for the form in which we speak about violence. The reader is reminded that - with books as with people - things are not always what they initially seem.👀

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“Poetry is the only way out of here is her guiding principle; mantra; battle cry. Poetry is not merely a label for writery, it is an attitude to the wor(l)d, a reflexive tool of reflecting. In present surpassing limits of absurdity on a daily base, poetry is a way of making simultaneity and contradiction tangible. In days like these, it becomes absolutely necessary in order not to lose one‘s mind. ”

Poetry is the only way out of here de Nouria Behloul, publicado por , está disponible en la librería y página web 📚📱

 

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I am so happy and proud to announce the first book I edited together with is out now!

Thank you and for the magnificent design and to for their trust in the project. Thank you to all the wonderful authors, their beautiful texts and to all the incredible artists involved.

Thank you for the attention. 🐦🪶
Book launch and reading Saturday 26.3.22 18:00 hrs

This publication is hosting a collection of poems by Nouria Behloul written between 2011 and 2021. Poetry is the only way out of here is her guiding principle; mantra; battle cry. Poetry is not merely a label for writery, it is an attitude to the wor(l)d, a reflexive tool of reflecting. In present surpassing limits of absurdity on a daily base, poetry is a way of making simultaneity and contradiction tangible. In days like these, it becomes absolutely necessary in order not to lose one’s mind.

Language: English
Size: 215 × 135 mm
Pages: 144 + folded poster
Format: Softcover
Designer: Studio Manuel Raeder
Text by: Nouria Behloul
ISBN: 978-3-96436-053-3

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Like a donkey dressed in zebra’s clothing, criticism can appear in a borrowed coat; perhaps it can even reveal itself in stolen poems. Here, among fables of donkeys, shoemakers and barricades, German angels and non-German angels, and a few lines from Emily Dickinson, the transformative possibilities of art are unfolded in the figure of labor.

Poems and Parables on the Political Utility of Art, by Karl Katz Lydén, is a small book. It looks like poetry, but it is better described as a kind of criticism. Taking up some recent disqualifications of art’s political potential, it refutes them in a threefold movement: against the notion of commodification of works of art; against the act of denouncing art as always-already reified from the safe position of a pure, untouched theory; against the notions that art must either reveal our alienation, or produce immediate effects on the social sphere. Outlining art’s transformative possibilities in the figure of a certain labor, the argument is shaped among fables of donkeys, zebras from Gaza, apes from Adorno, and a particular barricade from the Paris Commune.

Published by Bom Dia Books.

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Tons of new titles and restocks in the annex. Including the incredible monograph, new HR Giger books from and the new David Hockney issue of

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BACK IN THE BOOKSHOP: NICHOLAS MANGAN — TERMITE ECONOMIES (2021)

This publication assembles three phases of Termite Economies, a major series of artworks produced between 2018 and 2020 by the Australian artist Nicholas Mangan.

In Termite Economies (Phase 1) Mangan researched an anecdote that termite abilities might one day lead humans to gold deposits. Phase 2 explored termite eusociality, pheromonal communication, building behavior, biomimicry, superorganism and swarm intelligence. Phase 3 deployed termite collectivism as a speculative model for rerouting human neural pathways. Within each phase, Mangan developed specific methods to explore these phenomena formally, spatially, and through moving images.

Termite Economies grappled with the potentiality of collective social behavior and complexities of systematic exploitation of non-human intelligence.

The book presents each phase in the order of the exhibition series. It includes process and research photographs, diagrams, installation and detailed imagery. It includes an essay by Artist Mariana Silva, a fictional text by writer ST.Lore, a conversation between Mangan and cultural theorist Ana Teixeira Pinto, and a republished essay by Dr. Guy Theraulaz Research Director Member of Team CAB: Collective Animal Behavior Center for Research on Animal Cognition, CNRS.

Alert to both history and science, Nicholas Mangan (born 1979, Geelong, Victoria, lives and works in Melbourne) is a multi-disciplinary artist known for interrogating narratives embedded in a diverse range of objects. With a keen interest in the processes of forming meaning from objects, culture and natural phenomena, Mangan creates unnerving drawings, montages, sculptures and installations. His work addresses a wide range of themes, including the ongoing impacts of colonialism, humanity's fraught relationship with the natural environment, contemporary consumptive cultures and the complex dynamics of the global political economy.

Available via our website and in the bookshop.


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