Projects by Assignments. Saprophyt

Projects by Assignments. Saprophyt

S. Lugbauer/B. Kapusta

Texts by Andrew Berardini, Christa Benzer, Margit Emesz, Liz Glynn, Nicola Hirner, Miriam Kathrein, Robert Müller, Melanie Ohnemus.

German /Engl., 128 p., numerous illustrationsin in colour, 16,5 x 22,5 cm, Softcover


ISBN 978-3-902833-13-6

€ 18,00 [A]

€ 17,50 [D]

Contributing artists: Scoli Acosta, Fahim Amir, John Baldessari, Robert Barry, Maria Giovanna Drago, Christian Egger, Liz Glynn, Can Gülcü, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Jakob Lena Knebl, Nathalie Koger, Roberta Lima, Christian Philipp Müller, Josip Novosel, Simona Obholzer, Noële Ody, Su jeong Shin-Goldbach, Sofía Táboas, Anton Vidokle.

Projects by Assignments is published in continuation of the exhibition series „Projects and Assignments“ and illustrates how it progressed and how the basic idea of the project space/experiment Saprophyt therein became explicit. Like any toolbox, Saprophyt contains materials, objects and traces as well as an emerging history of references about its temporal coherence, which can be used and hewed. To intervene in the structure of Saprophyt, „Projects and Assignments“ opens the considerations that this intervention in the organization of space is concerned with. If we understand units like time, space or property as variable, then why shouldn’t we also consider the arrangement of Saprophyt to be variable as well?