Writing

2019

INTRODUCTION: PUBLISHING AS A CRITICAL DEVICE
In Rebekka Kiesewetter, Ana Dana Beroš & Emil Jurcan (DAI-SAI) (2019): Šibenik Alternating Currents. Publishing Acts II. Barcelona: dpr-barcelona

RELAY CONVERSATION The Reading Room #27 &  #28 – Post-Digital Publishing

Conversation with Sissel Marie Tonn (SMT), Jonathan Reus (JR), Flora Reznik (FR), Florian Cramer (FC), Rebekka Kiesewetter (RK), Joana Chicau (JC) and Alessandro Ludovico (AL).

2018

CURATORIAL AFTERWORD
For: "Body of Us" website ("Body of Us" is the
Swiss contribution for London Design Biennial 2018 on commission by Pro Helvetia; With: common-interest, continent., dinamo, Kaja Kusztra, Vanessa Lorenzo, Raphaelle Mueller, Raeuber&Stehler)
Writing a "a curatorial afterword" imposed itself as a necessity against the background and the circumstances of the "Body of Us" project: on the one hand, as the project team announced their attempt to perceive the working process also as an exercise in and study of friendly collaboration; on the other hand, because the  project the team worked on can be read as an exemplary case of contemporary working conditions within institutional design environments. Working on and thinking about the Swiss contribution to the London Design Biennale has set in motion many things,  has stirred a lot, moved a lot and it seems it will continue to do so.



FROM EXCLUSION TO AUTONOMY: PUBLISHING AS A SPATIALIZING ACT
For: Amateur Cities
About publishing's  potential to develop as an institutionalizing means, as a democrativ interface for connecting diverse people,  knowledge-systems, temporalities and technologies; and as a way of relating-with-the and being-in-the world. Publishing can be used as a means for instigating critical discourse and engagement, for proposing alternative value systems, opening new political horizons; it can be a means for instigating the experimental anticipation of realities that reach beyond what is currently embodied and materialized. It even can be pursued as a spatial and spatializing practice, and a site-specific method for investigating contemporary and future living environments.

 

2017
RELEASE!
For: Studio NOCK Catalogue
About the choreographies and gestures of a publication's release.

PUBLISHING AS CRITICAL (SPATIALIZING) PRACTICE

in: Ana Dana Beroš, Rebekka Kiesewetter and Emil Jurcan (2017). Publishing Acts. Pula Documents. Pula: DAI-SAI/Praksa Coop, pp. 5

PUBLIZIEREN ALS GESTALTERISCHE PRAXIS. EIN FESTIVAL ALS PUBLIKATION. EINE PUBLIKATION ALS FESTIVAL

For:  Sedici Verlag & HyperWerk Institute FHNW HGK Basel 

On publishing as a frame and method to think and act beyond the “real,” beyond what is currently embodied and materialized.

in: DIE ZUKUNFT IST, WAS UNS ZU ZWEIT VERWIRRT – DA FESTIVAL PART II HAMBURG, p. 16-25

 

GEDANKEN ZU EINER DARCHITEKTUR

For: Sedici Verlag & HyperWerk Institute FHNW HGK Basel 

Some thoughts about a publishing  as as a spatial or spatializing activity; and about publications and publishing processes as means for shaping communities, as grounds for experimentation, and as tools for proposing alternative value systems and opening new political horizons. 
in: ABENDS BIN ICH PROFI – DA FESTIVAL PART I BASEL, p.  44-46

 

TOWARDS A WHATEVER ARCHITECTURE

For: http://www.zeroundicipiu.it/2017/05/31/towards-a-whatever-architecture/
Reviewing Camillo Boano's The Ethics of a Potential Urbanism: Critical encounters between Giorgio Agamben and Architecture and thinking about the possibilities for a renewed critical encounter with architecture’s political function.

MONS ON MY MIND

For Constructlab (Eds.) 2017. Livre Invisible; ZK/U Press: Berlin. 

On kinship and the schools of tomorrow.

 

2016

TO WHOMEVER IT MAY CONCERN

For: http://www.zeroundicipiu.it/2016/11/10/to-whomever-it-may-concern/

About acting inside and outside of the economic/disciplinary/hierarchical/institutional systems in which we are immersed, and the relationship between creative work, resistance and agency.

Rebekka Kiesewetter, Ana Dana Beroš & Emil Jurcan (DAI-SAI) (2019): Šibenik Alternating Currents. Publishing Acts II. Barcelona: dpr-barcelon

FOREWORD
For: Elena Chiavi, Matilde Girão, Pablo Garrido i Arnaiz, Francisco Moura Veiga, Francisco Ramos Ordóñez and Rubén Valdez (Ed.) (2016). CARTHA. On Relations in Architecture. Zurich: Park Books.

 

UNDER TREES

For: Aformal Academy

The “Third School”: Changing our perception around education

THE FORM OF FORM
For: Hochparterre

On Lisbon Architecture Triennale

 

2015

INVISIBILITY AS THE NEW PUBLICNESS
For: Think Space Zagreb

 

 


 

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