Logbook about research on Jericho with contributions from Inass Yassin, Yazid Anani, Vera Tamari, Sarah Beddington, Susanne Bosch, Iyad Issa, Shorouq Harb and Samah Hijawi. Translators: Nawal Khalili and Maher Mansour. 192 pages, colour. Arabic/ English. Published by Birzeit University Museum, October 2012. This catalogue is published on the occasion of the launching of “Jericho – beyond the celestial and terrestrial” – Cities exhibitions- 4th Edition Birzeit University Museum, 2012.
This book, including the foreword, editors’ dialogue and each artist’s contribution, developed around seven terms that discussed during the Summer School Communication and Interaction through Art in Public Spaces, which took place in Belfast in 2007.
10 artists were invited to respond to questions around interactivity, collaboration, participation, sustainability, responsibility, feedback and authorship in relation to one specific project they have realized.
The contributions of the participating artists, Susanne Bosch (GER/NI), Michelle Browne (IRE), Chrissie Cadman (NI), Ele Carpenter (UK), Fiona Larkin (IRE/NI), Christine Mackey (IRE), Ailbhe Murphy (IRE), Andrea Theis (GER/NI), Sabe Wunsch (GER) and Francis Zeischegg (GER), can now be found in this publication.
Ten artists make their work transparent reflecting and explaining what they actually do when they are practicing in communication with others. The book is to be read as a toolbox for artists operating with participatory and collaborative strategies. Based on the art projects presented as ‘case studies’, it refers to artistic methodologies, but also to theoretical frameworks and other practitioners.
Susanne Bosch / Andrea Theis (eds)
Authors: Susanne Bosch (GER/NI), Michelle Browne (IRE), Chrissie Cadman (NI), Ele Carpenter (UK), Fiona Larkin (IRE/NI), Christine Mackey (IRE), Ailbhe Murphy (IRE), Andrea Theis (GER/NI), Sabe Wunsch (GER) and Francis Zeischegg (GER).
Date of publishing: July 2012
Publisher: Interface, UU, Belfast
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Art in Public Space. Belfast /Berlin /Istanbul /Lisbon /Ramallah /Beirut.
Published by Muthesius Kunsthochschule Kiel, Germany, 2012
Rainer W Ernst (Editor), Anke Müffelmann (Editor), Florian Riedel (Illustrator), R Ernst (Author), Susanne Bosch (Author), Martin Schönfeld (Author), Markus Graf (Author), Jürgen Bock (Author), Tina Sherwell (Author), Elfriede Müller (Author), Brian Currid (Translation), Matthew Partridge (Translation), Judith Rosenthal (Translation), Robert Durlong (Translation)
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De la faillibilité et de l’échec / Of Fallibility and failure.
Publisher: Montréal: Dare-Dare, Centre de diffusion d'art multidisciplinaire de Montréal.
Texts in French and English.
With text contributions from Clara Bonnes (ed), Pascal Nicolas-Le Strat, Eve Dorias, Jean-Pierre Caissie, J.R. Carpenter, Dan Pitera, Marie-Suzanne Désilets, Susanne Bosch.
ISBN: 9782980564048 2980564044
DARE-DARE supports research and valorises emerging practices. Its members are interested in the context of creation and answer the need of exchange and collaboration. DARE-DARE is a flexible, open space devoted to research, experimentation, risk and critical inquiry. The artist-run center manifests a sustained interest in exploration and in the diversity in the modes of presentation.
Therefore, DARE-DARE accepts innovative, original and critical propositions, which invest the gallery's space, the urban space or any other context. Submit any proposal of exhibition, performance, public intervention, event, etc., may they be specific or of variable duration.
DARE-DARE is located near Metro St-Laurent in Montréal Québec, Canada.
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Díez, Jorge (ed), Madrid Abierto 2009-2012, Public Art Interventions, Trans. Babel, 2000 S.A., Associación Cultural Madrid Abierto, Cataclismo, S.L. Distribución de Libros de Arte
THE PARTICIPATORY IMPERATIVE, art mediation, the art of mediation, published bilingually twice a year by the Institute of Art History in Zagreb.
Authors/contributing Artists: Katharina Jedermann, Kristina Leko, Alexander Henschel, Gordana Košćec, Jelena Bračun, Konstantin Adamopoulos, Claudia Hummel, Susanne Bosch, Nada Beroš, Rädle&Jeremić, Kolektiv Radikalnog Obrazovanja / Radical Education Collective, Ured Trafo.K / Büro trafo.K, Marija Mojca Pungerčar, Eck_Ik, Marijan Crtalić, Ana Bilankov, Kontraakcija, Urbanfestival, Sonja Vuk, Vesna Milić, Nicole Hewitt, Martin Krenn.
Contributions published in this issue of Život umjetnosti were presented at the international symposium on art mediation THE PARTICIPATORY IMPERATIVE, art mediation, the art of mediation, a project by the Goethe Institut Kroatien which took place at the Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb (MSU Zagreb) from 13th – 15th May 2010. The programme concept was developed by Katharina Jedermann and Kristina Leko.
“The aim of this publication is to bring into life the new/old profession of art mediator, thus strengthening the position of art by empowering human resources that are potentially active in this field. Art mediation involves individuals of various profiles, which means that we would like to address artists, art historians, theoreticians, pedagogues, cultural producers, and other related audiences. It is an invitation to reflect on art mediation and its promotion and communication in the context of museums and beyond, in various non-museum settings such as schools and open/public spaces, as well as to reflect on various forms of presence of (contemporary) art in everyday life of individuals and social groups of different backgrounds.(…)
In order to adjust the topic to the regional and Croatian needs, we have formulated it relatively broadly. Thus, this publication, as well as the conference that preceded it, presented an occasion for an intersection of various discourses on art and art mediation, cultural education (kulturelle Bildung) and art pedagogy, cultural work (Kulturarbeit), and participatory artistic projects, art in public spaces, etc.”
Editors: Kristina Leko and Katharina Jedermann
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STATE documents a series of interrelated projects by Susanne Bosch and Anthony Haughey, which explore the phenomena of migration and migratory culture in an attempt to trace and map out respective specific spaces of contestation. The artists have worked together since 2006, both collaboratively and individually with migrants in Ireland (north and south), wider Europe and North Africa. Their creative investigations are based on the premise of a principal situatedness of art in place and community and its connectedness through dialogic exchange. They employ a range of strategies, from direct engagement with migrants to provocative public interferences, which expose the structures of power that may inflict vulnerability and marginalization on individuals. Their projects have been exhibited widely internationally and their individual art works are represented in numerous public and private collections.
Kerstin Mey, January 2011
Publisher: Project Press, a division of Project Arts Centre, Dublin
Editors: Anthony Haughey and Susanne Bosch
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Herausgeber: Büros für Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Berlin
Titel: Kunst für ein Belfast von heute, Seite 22-22
Unsere kunststadt 57 wirft ihren Rundumblick auf das Geschehen zur Kunst im öffentlichen Raum in Berlin. Schwerpunkte sind die Fortführungen der Veranstaltungsreihen »Kunst und Raum» und »Politik und Kultur der Erinnerung», die aktuellen Wettbewerbsberichte, allgemeine Fragen zur Kunst im Stadtraum, Kunsttheorie und das Thema »Kunst und Gedenken».
stadtkunst kunststadt Nr. 57, March 2010
Title: Public art for a Contemporary Belfast
Art and urban city space – art and commemoration
Publisher: Office for Public Art Berlin, pg. 20-22
The magazine is giving an overview of the activities of art in public space in Berlin. Our main themes are ‘Art and Space’, ‘Politic and Culture of commemoration’, current competitions, general questions of art in an urban public, art theory and the theme “art and commemoration”.
Madrid Abierto Magazine for Public Art Events 2010, edition of 2000, with forwords from Saskia Sassen and Cecilia Andersson, see contributions for Hucha De Deseos
The INTERFACE Report 2006-2009, editors: Kerstin Mey / Karen Fleming: The INTERFACE / Art and its Locations / FOCUS: Art in Contested Spaces and Art and Documentation based in the University of Ulster launched in May 2009 its 180 page report about the key activities of the center and its researchers between 2006-2009,
pg. 61, 70-73, 77, 89, 92, 103
Istanbul/Berlin fellows 1998-2009
editor: Annette Maechtel, sourcebook, Berlin, pg 82-87
Bosch, Susanne, Driver, Chr. Johnston, S., 2008, A Viewing, des/IRE, Designing Houses for Contemporary Ireland, Gandon Editions / National Sculpture Factory Cork, pg 132-142
Yearbook of pilotproject Gropiusstadt 2008, editors: Birgit Schumacher/ Uwe Jonas, Berlin, pg 12-14
Gropiusstadt, a satellite town situated on the outskirts of Berlin, was built in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Its most prominent feature is its 10 to 25 storied building-development. The original plans from Walter Gropius were reworked later by others to house more people. Its current population is approximately 37,000.
The artists flat
The apartment where the artists live is located on the 15th floor of a apartment-block. It provides a huge live- and working room as well as a bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. All rooms are furnished functionally and can adequately house an artist staying from one week (German and European artists) to two weeks (artists from outside of Europe).
Conversation, Preoccupations: Things Artists Do Anyway, 111
Artists Reveal Their Passion, editors: Cornelia Erdmann and Michael Lee Hong Hwe,
published by 泥人laiyanprojects & Studio Bibliothèque, HongKong, pg. 32-33, ISBN 978-988-17635-1-8
Performative Ereignisse im oeffentlichen Raum, Yearbook 2006 of Bauhaus University Weimar, pg. 148-163
Subjects that don’t count. Places that are not important. 5 Artistic
Approaches, in Public Istanbul – Spaces and Spheres of the Urban, editors: Prof. Dr.
Frank Eckardt and Dr. Kathrin Wildner, Transcript, Frankfurt, Germany, pg 333-348
Herausgeber: Büros für Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Berlin
Titel: Im Dienst der Sache, Meine Arbeit im öffentlichen Raum auf ihre performativen Elemente zu untersuchen, wurde eine Analyse der Verbindung von (meiner) kunst zu (meinem) leben. Seite 14-16
Unsere kunststadt 54 wirft ihren Rundumblick auf das Geschehen zur Kunst im öffentlichen Raum in Berlin. Schwerpunkte sind die Vorlesungsreihe »Performative Ereignisse und Raum», die aktuellen Wettbewerbsberichte, allgemeine Fragen zur Kunst im Stadtraum, Kunsttheorie und Kunst und Erinnerung. Sehr gerne blicken wir auch mit dieser Ausgabe über den Berliner Tellerrand hinaus, so dass unsere Berichte über Potsdam, Ravensburg bis nach Spanien und sogar nach Vietnam reichen
stadtkunst kunststadt Nr. 54, March 2007
Title: Titel: On Duty. To examine my work in public space for its elements fo performance,turned int an analysis of the connection between (my) art and (my) life.
Publisher: Office for Public Art Berlin, p 14-16
The magazine is giving an overview of the activities of art in public space in Berlin.
Hardcover with velvet cover
German, 206 pages
85 color images, 25 b/w images
editorial: Institute for Contemporary Art Nürnberg
Esther Kiener, Franziska Knöpfle, Verena Kuni, Kathrin Mayer, Ulrike Rathjen, Evelyn Rauch, Manfred Rothenberger, Anke Schlecht, Petra Weigle with an index of exhibitions and publications in 40 years.
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Image contribution: My neighbours on Tesvikiye Firin Sokak in Istanbul-Nisantasi, image series from 2003
Go to Artistic contribution ISSN 1300-7033
Catalogue, six projects of Urban Creativity and Social Interaction, Belfast
Essay contribution: The art of creating the Tomorrow
Published by PS2, Belfast 2007
Editors: Peter Mutschler, Ruth Morrow
The Bauhaus moves/ La Bauhaus si muove, editors: Dr. Julia Draganovic and Andrea Dietrich, Catalogue of group exhibition with artists of the Bauhaus University Weimar as guests in Modena, 28 May - 10 July 2005, pg. 16-17