The Artist As – The Artist As is based on a lecture series with the same title that ran throughout 2016. It was presented at the Institute of Modern Art (IMA), Brisbane, and at Monash University’s Faculty of Art Design & Architecture (MADA), Melbourne, as part of the Curatorial Practice program – “How do artists work today? What kinds of roles do they occupy, have these roles changed over the years, and how does this impact the ecology of art?” These are some of the questions that contributors Brook Andrew, Walter Benjamin, Heman Chong, Ekaterina Degot, Hal Foster, Helen Hughes, Helen Johnson, Isabel Lewis, Adam Linder, Suhail Malik, Tara McDowell, Emily Pethick, Terry Smith, Cecilia Vicuña, and Tirdad Zolghadr, seeks to address in this reader – The Artist As is edited by Aileen Burns, Johan Lundh, and Tara McDowell, and published by Sternberg Press, Curatorial Practice at MADA, and the IMA. Designed by Ziga Testen and Robert Milne. @sternbergpress #brookandrew #walterbenjamin #hemanchong #ekaterinadegot #halfoster #helenhughes #helenjohnson #isabellewis #adamlinder #suhailmalik #taramcdowell #emilypethick #terrysmith #ceciliavicuña #tirdadzolghadr – 2018, 328 pages (b/w ill.), 12.5 x 20 cm, English, €17

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NEW IN THE BOOKSHOP: THE ARTIST AS PRODUCER, QUARRY, THREAD, DIRECTOR, WRITER, ORCHESTRATOR, ETHNOGRAPHER, CHOREOGRAPHER, POET, ARCHIVIST, FORGER, CURATOR, AND MANY OTHER THINGS FIRST (2018) • How do artists work today? What kinds of roles do they occupy; have these roles changed over the years; and how does this impact the ecology of art? Has the pluralism of art given way to a pluralism of roles that artists may occupy? • These are some of the questions that led to this volume, The Artist As. It began as a lecture series, co-produced by the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, and Curatorial Practice at Monash University, Melbourne, and the essays by Brook Andrew, Tara McDowell, Emily Pethick, and Cecilia Vicuña, and conversations between Tirdad Zolghadr and Suhail Malik and Isabel Lewis and Adam Linder, began as lectures within that series. New commissions by Heman Chong, Helen Hughes, and Helen Johnson, and previously published by Walter Benjamin, Ekaterina Degot, Hal Foster, and Terry Smith complete the reader. • Available via our website and in the bookshop this week. • #worldfoodbooks #imabrisbane #theartistas #sternbergpress @sternbergpress @ima_brisbane @monashada

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Marquise , últimos minutos !

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our first postcard literally just arrived ! . a wonderful piece of ephemera to celebrate Simone Forti and her work, created by @robert__milne and @yung_leeeee for RR’s inaugural exhibtion . pop by RR to pick one up! #simoneforti

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Custom Typefaces for @areadingroom, Melbourne, 🇦🇺, designed by @robert__milne ✨ Simone Forti’s Onion Walk and News Animation (Rehearsal) on view from the 24th

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🔄🔁🔃 #EndlessCirculation #DisciplineMagazine 👨🏻‍🎨 icw @robert__milne ✍️#DinamoStandards

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The new publication "Not Far From Where We Began" resulting from a workshop with Tom Clark at the Critical Studies department - Sandberg Instituut's poster child and our sister department at heart - designed by Robert Milne. Get it at the CS EOTYS this weekend at Butcher's Tears, Amsterdam. #werkplaatstypografie #robertmilne #criticalstudiessandberg

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Please join us this Tuesday 29 March from 6pm at The Alderman in East Brunswick for the launch of Discipline 4! 😊

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