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.

Text: Braun Tomke, Harrod Tanya. cm 17×24; pp. 120; COL and BW; paperback. Publisher: Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite, Berlin, 2022.

ISBN: 9783964360380 | 3964360384
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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.

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