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January 14, 2019

Exhibition Research Lab

Book covers courtesy Exhibition Research Lab.

Published projects and call for proposals
March 1, 2019

Exhibition Research Lab
Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University
Duckinfield Street
L3 5RD Liverpool
England
Hours: Monday–Friday 10am–5pm

www.ljmu.ac.uk

Published projects and call for proposals
March 1, 2019

Exhibition Research Lab
Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University
Duckinfield Street
L3 5RD Liverpool
England
Hours: Monday–Friday 10am–5pm

www.ljmu.ac.uk

We are seeking proposals for new volumes in the DATA browser book series published by Open Humanities Press, and produced in partnership with Exhibition Research Lab, Liverpool John Moores University. 

Established in 2004, the DATA browser series explores new thinking and practice at the intersection of contemporary art, digital culture and politics. Please send an initial expression of interest (up to 300 words) to the series editors outlining your ideas for an edited volume. The deadline is March 1, 2019, email: info [​at​] data-browser.net.

Exhibition Research Lab is an academic research centre and a public venue dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of exhibitions and curatorial knowledge, established in 2012 as part of Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University.  It presents a year round programme of research-led exhibitions, events, residencies, fellowships, publications, as well as education at postgraduate and doctoral levels. 

Published projects from Exhibition Research Lab 2017/2018 include:

Executing PracticesDATA browser, volume 6, Open Humanities Press, 2018. Edited by Helen Pritchard, Eric Snodgrass & Magda Tyżlik-Carver, and designed by Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey, the book brings together artists, curators, programmers, theorists and heavy internet browsers whose practices make critical intervention into the broad concept of execution. Contributions by Roel Roscam Abbing, Geoff Cox, Olle Essvik, Jennifer Gabrys, Francisco Gallardo, David Gauthier, Brian House, Yuk Hui, Peggy Pierrot, Andy Prior, Linda Hilfling Ritasdatter, Audrey Samson, Susan Schuppli, Kasper Hedegård Shiølin, Winnie Soon, Femke Snelting, Marie Louise Juul Søndergaard.

Beautiful World, Where Are You?Stages journal, Liverpool Biennial, 2018. Edited by Joasia Krysa, this volume presents ideas and projects that emerged from the public programme of the 10th edition of Liverpool Biennial held at at the Exhibition Research Lab. Responding to a line from the poem “The Gods of Greece” by German poet Friedrich Schiller, “Beautiful world, where are you?,” it features contributions by Morehshin Allahyari in conversation with Christiane Paul, Ryan Avent, Jessica Coon, Meehan Crist, Candice Hopkins, Mark Miodownik, Jussi Parikka, Alexander Provan, Forensic Architecture, and Paul Elliman, whose graphic identity for Liverpool Biennial 2018 is reflected on the cover image.

Contemporary Research Intensive,The Contemporary Condition series, volume 10, Sternberg Press, 2018. This volume is an outcome of a seminar event organised by Exhibition Research Lab and Aarhus University in the context of the 57th Venice Biennale, and held at the Research Pavilion in Venice. The book investigates how the temporal complexity—that follows from the coming together of different temporalities in the same present—could be made known in the context of contemporary art research, and particularly through practices that involve exhibitionary forms. Contributions by Mara Ambrožič, Anastasia Chaguidouline, Nicola Guastamacchia, Anne Kølbæk Iversen, Camma Juel Jepsen, Johanne Løgstrup, Clarissa Ricci, Camilla Salvaneschi, James Schofield, Trine Friis Sørensen, Sevie Tsampalla, Marianna Tsionki, Andy Weir, with the faculty Michael Birchall, Geoff Cox, Joasia Krysa, and Jacob Lund.

Systemics (or, Exhibition as a Series). Index of Exhibitions and Related Materials, 2013-14, edited by Joasia Krysa, and designed by Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey (Sternberg Press, 2017).  Borrowing the term systemics from cybernetics to point to the growing complexity of the world, the book extends it to curatorial thinking—as theme for the artistic program and as curatorial method. Set in this context, the book presents a collection of commissioned writing and curatorial projects by Franco "Bifo" Berardi, Boris Groys, Fatima Hellberg, Mathias Kokholm, Lars Bang Larsen, Bárbara Rodriquez Muñoz, and Jussi Parikka.

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