Valiz Folder Spring 2018

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SPRING / SUMMER 2018 Valiz is een onafhankelijke, internationale uitgeverij op het gebied van kunst, theorie, kritiek, ontwerp en stadscultuur. Naast het uitgeven van boeken organiseert Valiz lezingen, debatten en andere culturele projecten waarin ontwikkelingen in de hedendaagse kunst en cultuur worden verkend.


Valiz is an independent international publisher on contemporary art, theory, critique, design and urban affairs. Apart from publishing Valiz organizes lectures, debates and other cultural projects in which certain topics in contemporary art are explored.

Valiz Het Sieraad, Studio K34–K36 Postjesweg 1 NL–1057 DT Amsterdam

Sarah van Binsbergen Nic de Jong Pia Pol Astrid Vorstermans

CONTRIBUTORS John Akomfrah, Rosi Braidotti, Vasyl Cherepanyn, Bojana Cvejić, Pascal Gielen, Stuart Hall, David Harvey, Ivan Krastev, Krétakör Foundation, Wietske Maas, Susanne Mors, Marina Naprushkina, Borka Pavićević, Lia Perjovschi, Rasha Salti, Saskia Sassen, Ana Vujanović, Katherine Watson


PARTNER European Cultural Foundation INFO ca. 224 pp, Eng, May 2018 DESIGN Elisabeth Klement & Jan Tomson

Lia Perjovschi

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This book highlights the change-making capacity of culture by exploring the intellectual and practical interventions of ‘courageous citizens’. Courageous citizens are those — thinkers, artists, activists and collectives — whose thoughts, ideas and actions play a pivotal role in the struggle for just societies. It is these change-makers who, through their everyday actions, work towards a collective future and show courage and perseverance amid complex societal reconfigurations. Looking back at the past decade, this book identifies three themes which have been, and continue to be relevant to social change: 1) Identity and Diversity, 2) Culture, Communities and Democracies; and 3) Solidarity and Fragmentation. It shows how courageous citizens have activated the cycle of (re-)thinking, doing and changing, inherent to remodelling the way we view the world. Combining theoretical perspectives with case studies and ‘stories of change’, this book wants to demonstrate the potential of culture to generate positive social change.


CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS Carlos Amorales, David Bade, Driessens & Verstappen, Marlene Dumas, Claudia Fontes, Alicia Framis, Meschac Gaba, Ryan Gander, Antony Gormley, Hama Goro, Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Hans van Houwelingen, Joan Jonas, Germaine Kruip, Matt Mullican, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Jan van der Ploeg, Michael Raedecker, Jannie Regnerus, Auke de Vries, Guido van der Werve, Sylvie Zijlmans, and many, many others SUPPORT Mondriaan Fund, De GijselaarHintzenfonds, Gravin van Bijlandt Stichting, Stichting Stokroos, other organizations and many individuals INFO ca. 240 pp, Eng, May 2018 DESIGN Laura Pappa ISBN 978-94-92095-40-4 € 19,90

‘Visual artist’ is a term with untold interpretations, nuances and meanings. But how, as an artist (or designer, photographer, or other ‘independent creator’), do you become who you are and who you would like to be? What fundamental questions, characteristics, dilemmas, ambitions, restrictions and realities play a part? How, can you guide your artistic practice, the main criterion being to answer the question: ‘where do I stand and what do I stand for?’. Plan and Play, Play and Plan invites the artist to reach considerations, often based on analytical models, that will help to determine his/her position. This book has been written by Janwillem Schrofer, director of the Rijksakademie (Amsterdam) from 1982 to 2010, an esteemed international institute, where artists with a number of years’ professional experience are provided with their own studios for two years. Schrofer knows from practical experience the complexity of the artist’s questions and dilemmas, the many areas in which the artist is involved and how important self-reflection and self-determination are. He has scrutinized his considerations and assembled notes — based on many interviews with a wide variety of artists — assimilating them into an appealing book in which terminology, background and questions requiring reflection form a cohesive whole. This log-cum-reflective book is intended for artists and those who wish to become artists, as well as anyone who works with artists. The book does not provide ‘recipes’ or simple solutions, but delves into the very fibre of the artist’s profession, and invites the reader to explore a sustainable artistic practice.


Since the development of the reader What‘s the Use?: Constellations of Art, History and Knowledge (Amsterdam: Valiz, 2016) we collaborate with L‘internationale on several publications. L‘Internationale aims to build a sustainable constellation of European museums, these civic institutes where art is used for public benefi t, for inspiration, refl ection and dialogue. L‘internationale generates a content-driven, sustainable form of collaboration, as well as an intercultural dialogue on society and visual art. It is a place where both differences and commonalities can appear and be debated. L’INTERNATIONALE The confederation of L‘internationale consists of six major European museums: Moderna galerija (MG, Ljubljana, SI); Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (MNCARS, Madrid, ES); Museu d’art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA, Barcelona, ES); Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen (M HKA, Antwerp, BE); Garanti Kültür, SALT (Istanbul and Ankara, TR) and Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum (VAM, Eindhoven, NL),

The projects planned by the members of L‘Internationale can be divided into those that reflect on the formation of civil society in the mid-19th century from today‘s perspective and explore the role of art in democratic emergence; those that revisit the 1980s and focus on the relation between artistic experiment and the beginnings of a trans-European civil society; and finally, those that think through the future possibilities of society based on common cultural references and transnational identities. Publications (also online) form an important part to extend the dialogue. L’Internationale is working together with organizations from the academic and artistic fields such as Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU, Liverpool, UK), Middlesbrough Institute for Modern Art–Teesside University (mima, Middlesbrough, UK), Stiftung Hildesheim Universität (HU, Hildesheim, DE) and University College Ghent School of Arts (KASK & Royal Conservatory, Ghent, BE) and with Valiz as a publishing partner.


What would happen if museums put relationships at the centre of their operation? This question inspires this publication, which offers a diverse, rigorous and experimental analysis of what is commonly known as education, mediation or interpretation within museum institutions. It takes the visitor not as a passive receiver of predefined content, but as a member of a constituent body, who it facilitates, provokes and inspires. Moving beyond the practice of mediation as such, the publication situates these practices within the social-political (neoliberal) context and the physical and organizational structure. Understanding this change in an integral, interdisciplinary manner is

what this publication aspires to. This is explored by placing the museum‘s constituent, that is the relation museum organization – museum professional – active audience/co-curators – local and political agencies and context, at the centre of the museum organization, their positions in society start to shift. Issues that are addressed: ownership and power dynamics, collective pedagogy, pedagogy of encounter, collaboration, assent, dissent and consent, co-labour and co-curation (economies of exchange), precarity and working with interns, archives and how to activate them, broadcasting, digital cultivation, crowdsourcing, etc.

CONTRIBUTORS Alan Quireyns, RedCSur, Rasha Salti, Francesco Salvini / pantxo ramas, Raúl Sánchez Cedillo, Aida Sánchez de Serdio, Somateca, Igor Španjol, Nora Sternfeld, Subtramas, Tiziana Terranova, Piet Van Hecke, Onur Yıldız, Adela Železnik

Futurefarmers, Seed Procession Oslo farm (Losæter), 2015 Photo: Monica Lovdahl, 2015

Azra Akšamija, Alberto Altés Arlandis, Burak Arikan, James Beighton, Manuel Borja-Villel, Sara Buraya, John Byrne, Jesús Carrillo, Alejandro Cevallos Narváez, Céline Condorelli, Sean Dockray, Özge Ersoy, Carmen Esbrí, Oriol Fontdevila, Amy Franceschini, Janna Graham, Nav Haq, Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Emily Hesse, John Hill, Alistair Hudson, Adelita Husni-Bey, Kristine Khouri, Nora Landkammer, Maria Lind, Isabell Lorey, Francis McKee, Elinor Morgan, Paula Moliner, November Paynter, Manuela Pedrón Nicolau, Elliot Perkins, Bojana Piškur, Tjaša PogaČar Podgornik,

PARTNER L‘internationale SUPPORT Culture Programme of the European Union INFO ca. 320 pp, Eng, April 2018 DESIGN George & Harrison ISBN 978-94-92095-42-8 € 27,50



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THE LONG 80s Constellations of Art, Politics, and Identities A Collection of Microhistories EDITORS: NICK AIKENS, TERESA GRANDAS, NAV HAQ, BEATRIZ HERRÁEZ, NATAŠA PETREŠIN-BACHELEZ

The Long 80s speculates on the significance of the 1980s for arts and society today. Central to the book is the thesis that the 1980s brought a fundamental reorientation in the relationship between the civil society and the state — or governments and their publics — with the effects of this shift coming to shape our contemporary condition. Art and culture played a central role in responding, to preempting or articulating these changes. While the decade recedes into the past, its influence in terms of establishing the logic of globalization is still very present. This globalization produced greater inequality and mixed economic results, yet it also permitted new regional cultural and activist networks to emerge and intimated the possibility of a new ‘global’ or ‘transnational’ culture. Looking back at texts and artworks produced at the

L.S.D., ¿Archivo queer? (Centro de Documentación del MNCARS) Creative Commons BY-NC-ND

CONTRIBUTORS Nick Aikens, Henry Andersen, Zdenka Badovinac, Barış Gençer Baykan, Cristina Cámara Bello, Hakim Bey, Manuel Borja-Villel, Rosi Braidotti, Boris Buden, Jesús Carrillo, Bojana Cvejić, Luc Deleu, Ayşe Düzkan, Diedrich Diederichsen, Nazım Hikmet Richard Dikbaş, Corinne Diserens, Merve Elveren, Charles Esche, Marcelo Expósito, Božidar Flajšman, Annie Fletcher, Diana Franssen, June Givanni, Lisa Godson, Teresa Grandas, Nav Haq, Beatriz Herráez, Lubaina Himid, Lola Hinojosa, Antony Hudek, Tea Hvala, Gal Kirn, Neža Kogovšek Šalamon, Anders Kreuger, Elisabeth Lebovici, Rogelio López Cuenca, Geert Lovink, Amna Malik, Pablo Martínez, Lourdes Méndez, Aleš Mendiževec, Ana Mizerit, Alexei Monroe, Meriç Öner, Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez, Bojana Piškur, Marta Popivoda, Carlos Prieto del Campo, Pedro G. Romero, Rafael Sánchez Ferlosio, Igor Španjol, Chris Straetling, Erman Ata Uncu, Jelena Vesić, Mar Villaespesa, Vladimir Jerić Vlidi, Ana Vujanović

time will help to understand how this pivotal decade shaped the imaginative landscape of the 21st century. By telling diverse microhistories, a plurality of positions can be juxtaposed that allow a comparison between very different geopolitical situations in Europe and beyond. Themes that are addressed: 1. No Alternative? (on neoliberalism, counter cultures, alternative forms of organization, 1980s activism and art), 2. Know Your Rights (how civil liberties shifted, on the upcoming planetary consciousness and new ecologies); 3. Processes of Identifi cation (gender, sexuality, race, and new nationalisms); 4. New Order (considering 1989 from a series of new perspectives, not just the East-West binary).

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Demonstration in solidarity with American women after the election of Ronald Reagan, Paris, 30 June 1982; Rosi Braidotti, Oristelle Bonis

L.S.D., ¿Archivo queer?, 1994 (Centro de Documentación del MNCARS) Creative Commons BY-NC-ND

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EDITORS Saline Verhoeven, Han Wiskerke, with many authors PARTNER Amsterdam Academy of Architecture SUPPORT Creative Industries Fund NL INFO ca. 320 pp, 23 x 17 cm (h x w) paperback June 2018 DESIGN Hans Gremmen ISBN 978-94-92095-38-1 â‚Ź 24,50

Foodscapes, a combination of food and landscape, refers to the social and spatial organization of networks and food supply systems. In other words, the physical places and practices of food production, food processing, distribution, sales, preparation, and consumption. In future-proof food communities it is not only about the social, economic, and ecological sustainability of the food system, but also about the spatial qualities of the landscape and its use. Food not only has to do with nutrition, but influences a multitude of domains; from health to (eating) culture and from employment to spatial planning. It has a major impact on the city (especially on consumption and, to a lesser extent, on production) and in rural areas (mainly production but also the rest of the food chain). Thinking about food-related problems and challenges is becoming increasingly important. These issues influence our planet, global way of life, but also our everyday existence. Flourishing Foodscapes transcends the field of bottom-up initiatives and private projects. If we really want to do something about food problems, we will have to think more structurally about projects on a larger scale. This publication links extensive research, case studies and spatial designs and takes a step towards a more comprehensive approach to food issues, using examples of projects and studies from all over the world.


EXPLORING COMMONISM A New Aesthetics of the Real EDITORS: NICO DOCKX, PASCAL GIELEN There is a new ideology in the making: it is called ‘commonism’. After half a century of neoliberalism, we are excited to welcome this new ideology. Exploring Commonism turns the spotlight on the reciprocating movements of the commons. How are the commons constituted in society? How do they shape the reality of our living together? Is there another, more just future imaginable through the commons? What strategies and what aesthetics do artistic commoners adopt? In this book we attempt to map these new ideological notions, by means of examples and artistic practices, and also through critical reflection. How do they work and, especially, what are their aesthetics? Commonism claims to stand closer to the ecological and social reality of today than capitalism. But is it also nearer to how social relationships really function?

Walter van Andel, Michel Bauwens, Giuliana Ciancio, Nico Dockx, Futurefarmers, Lara Garcia, Harry Gamboa Jr., Pascal Gielen, Liam Gillick, Eric Kluitenberg, Rudi Laermans, The Land Foundation, Sonja Lavaert, Peter Linebaugh, Matteo Lucchetti, Pat McCarthy, Antonio Negri, Hanka Otte, Recetas Urbanas, Jörn Schafaff, Stavros Stavrides, Evi Swinnen, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Maria Francesca De Tullio, Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas, Louis Volont, Judith Wielander

PARTNER Culture Commons Quest Offi ce University of Antwerp INFO ca. 352 pages, English, May 2018 DESIGN Metahaven ISBN 978-94-92095-47-3 € 19,90

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ERNST VAN ALPHEN Failed Images tries to understand photography in its difference from the reality it shows. It sets as a task to analyse the different ways the photograph transforms that which exists before the camera. Photography is not only determined by technical features, but also by a conventional approach to it. This approach can be recognized in what is now called a ‘snapshot’. But the photographic medium enables also very different practices and as a result very different kinds of photographic images. To see this, one needs to look at the diversity of photographic images and practices outside the dominant approach. In this book the photographic image will be explored by focusing on photographic practices refusing the dominant approach to the medium, namely staged photography, blurred photography, under- and overexposed photography and archival photography.

SUPPORT Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds INFO ca. 224 pp, Eng, April 2018 DESIGN Sam de Groot

Claude Cahun, 1927

ISBN 978-94-92095-45-9 € 25,00

Ernst van Alphen is professor of Literary Studies at Leiden University. Previously he was Queen Beatrix Professor of Dutch Studies and Professor of Rhetoric at UC Berkeley. He has published not only on literature, but also many books on art and photography, including Staging The Archive: Art and Photography in the Age of New Media (2014).

Juul Kraijer, Untitled (L.P. #8), 2014– 2015

Cover of the 1928 Gallimard edition of Breton‘s Nadja, collaged over by Marcel Mariën, 1938

JEROEN LUTTERS AUTHOR Jeroen Lutters EDITORS Mieke Bal, Jeroen Lutters PARTNER ArtEZ University of the Arts, Arnhem – Zwolle – Enschede INFO 160 pp, Eng, April 2018 DESIGN Sam de Groot ISBN 978-94-92095-56-5 € 17,50

Over a number of meetings Jeroen Lutters and Mieke Bal engaged in a conversation on the art of teaching. Looking for a dialogue that would also touch on the role of visual art, Lutters brought in paintings by Banksy, Rembrandt, Marlene Dumas, and George Deem as ‘teaching objects’ — one for each conversation. He asked Mieke Bal what these paintings might have to say about teaching. The result is this publication: it is a personal, meandering, and precise account of Mieke Bal‘s way of thinking through visual art and literature, and how she exchanges her ideas about this with students and colleagues. This text makes clear how objects can speak, how they are thought-images; how we can use them, how they teach us to find answers to important questions, just by looking, listening, reading, in the triangle of student, teacher and teaching object. The Trade of the Teacher will hopefully serve as a source of inspiration to students and teachers — especially in the arts and the humanities — who are longing for a counter-voice in a complex educational arena. Marlene Dumas, The Teacher, 1987

MIEKE BAL is a cultural theorist, critic, video artist and occasional curator, with a long history of teaching in the arts and the humanities. She works on gender, migratory culture, psychoanalysis, and the critique of capitalism. She has published 38 books, including A Mieke Bal Reader (2006), Quoting Caravaggio (1999) and Narratology (1985), that has been reprinted, revised and translated numerous times.

JEROEN LUTTERS is an art and cultural analyst and educational designer. He concentrates on the central role of the arts and humanities in the contemporary curriculum, the need for artist educators as wandering teachers and the theory and practice of art-based learning. He is professor (honorary lector) at ArtEZ International Research School.

Banksy, 2016

Marlene Dumas The Schoolboys, 1987

On April 21, 2018 Mieke Bal will be awarded the Wayne C. Booth Lifetime Achievement Award, from the International Society for the Study of Narrative, at the 2018 annual conference in Montréal.

Rembrandt, Titus at his Desk,1655

Rembrandt Bathsheba at her Bath, 1654

AUTHORS: JOHN MACARTHUR, SUSAN HOLDEN, ASHLEY PAINE, WOUTER DAVIDTS This book addresses the contemporary pavilion phenomenon and those often temporary and functionless architectural structures commissioned and exhibited by art institutions around the world (including the annual Serpentine Pavilion in London, Young Architects Program in New York and the MPavilion in Melbourne). Despite its ubiquity, and popular success, the contemporary pavilion has been inconsistently theorized and frequently disparaged. In this thought-provoking book the authors reclaim the pavilion as an architectural topic, against those that would dismiss the phenomenon as symptomatic of a simple or absolute exhaustion of the critical potential of architecture’s intersection with art. The pavilion phenomenon also occasions a timely interrogation of larger questions that concern the changing relations between culture and the economy — changes that are shifting the planes on which architecture and art meet.

Ball-Nogues, Liquid Sky P.S.1/MoMA, Queens, New York, 2007

Bam! , He, MAXXI, Rome, 2013

Zaha Hadid, Lilas Serpentine Gallery, London, 2007

Andrés Jaque, Cosmo, P.S.1/MoMA, Queens, New York, 2015

This publication is the first in a subseries of vis-à-vis, entitled ‘Studies in Architecture and Art’, that will address the reciprocal trade between the disciplines of architecture and art.

PARTNERS University of Queensland / ATCH (Architecture Theory Criticism History) / Research Centre / School of Architecture Ghent University INFO ca. 80 pp, Eng, April 2018 DESIGN Sam de Groot ISBN 978-94-92095-50-3 € 17,50

EDITORS: EVA WITTOCX, ANN DEMEESTER, MELANIE BÜHLER EDITORS Eva Wittocx, Ann Demeester, Melanie Bühler CONTRIBUTORS Mieke Bal, Melanie Bühler, Peter Capreau, Maria Iñigo Clavo, Bice Curiger, Penelope Curtis, Ann Demeester, Hendrik Folkerts, Hanneke Grootenboer, Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes, Jean-Hubert Martin, Ruth Noack, Alexander Nagel, Nicola Setari, Jasper Sharp, Abigail Winograd, Eva Wittocx PARTNERS Frans Hals Museum Haarlem Museum M Leuven INFO ca. 280 pp, Eng, May 2018 DESIGN Sam de Groot

Since the turn of this century, we have witnessed a significant expanse in the field of transhistorical exhibition practice. A range of curatorial efforts have emerged in which objects and artefacts from various periods and art historical and cultural contexts are combined in display, in an effort to question and expand traditional museological notions like chronology, context, and category. Such experiments in transcending art historical boundaries can potentially result in both fresh insights into the workings of entrenched historical presumptions, and provide a space to reassess interpretations of individual objects in relation to their contexts and narratives. The transhistorical museum offers us a way to look at the past via the present (or another historical period) and vice versa, and has the potential for new ways of interpreting and learning The book is divided in three parts: 1. What is the Transhistorical? Definitions & Terminologies 2. Art, Time and Periodization 3. Curatorial Strategies of the Transhistorical

Sanaa, Serpentine Gallery London, 2009

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vis - à - vis series The vis-à-vis series provides a platform to stimulating and relevant subjects in recent and emerging visual arts, architecture and design. The authors relate to history and art history, to other authors, to recent topics and to the reader. Most are academic researchers. What binds them is a visual way of thinking, an undaunted treatment of the subject matter and a skilful, creative style of writing. Series design by Sam de Groot,


‘’T GAAT OM HEEL EENVOUDIGE DINGEN‘ Jean Leering en de kunst Paul Kempers

SUPPORT Stichting Jaap Harten Fonds, Mondriaan Fonds, Fonds voor Bijzondere Journalistieke Projecten, Charema Fonds/administered by Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Stichting Art Dock INFO ca 320 pp, Ned/Dutch, April 2018 DESIGN Sam de Groot ISBN 978-94-92095-07-7 € 27,50

Een uitgebreide, zeer leesbare biografie over de gedreven idealist, mentor, schrijver, gentleman-activist Jean Leering (1934–2005), museumdirecteur van het Van Abbemuseum (1964–1973), het Tropenmuseum (1973–1975), met rollen in diverse internationale tentoonstellingen (o.a. documenta 4, 1968) en besturen. Vier decennia na zijn vertrek uit het Van Abbe- en Tropenmuseum blijkt een nieuwe generatie curatoren en jonge museumdirecteuren zich ruimhartig te laten inspireren door Leerings ideeën. An extensive, intellectual biography on Jean Leering (1934–2005), the highly active museum director (Van Abbemuseum 1964-73, Tropenmuseum 1973-75), documenta 4 curator (1968), engaged educator, activist, writer and organizer. Only in DUTCH!

CONTRIBUTORS Insert texts: Russ Bestley, Max Bruinsma, Tony Credland, Frits Gierstberg, Noor Mertens PARTNER Stichting Kunstpublicaties Rotterdam SUPPORT Creative Industries Fund NL, Stichting Jaap Harten Fonds, Breeman Talle trust fund / administered by Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, London University of the Arts

HARD WERKEN: ONE FOR ALL Graphic Art & Design 1979-1994 Ian Horton & Bettina Furnée

Hard Werken: One for All is the first major publication on the experimental Rotterdam-based art and design studio Hard Werken [Working Hard, Travailler dur], also known for the underground magazine of the same name. Hard Werken‘s anarchic design, smattering high with low culture and running contrary to typographic conventions and modernist currents of the time, characterized this group as a brash, elusive, and distinctly Rotterdam phenomenon. However, working in Rotterdam and Los Angeles, the core members Henk Elenga, Kees de Gruiter, Gerard Hadders, Tom van den Haspel, Willem Kars and Rick Vermeulen also had worldwide ambitions. With a myriad of images.

INFO 480 pages, Eng, many images, February 2018 DESIGN 75B ISBN 978-94-92095-17-6 € 35,00

DISTRIBUTION NL/BE/LU Coen Sligting, Centraal Boekhuis GB/IE Anagram Books Adeline Mannarini USA/CA/Latin America D.A.P. Europe/Asia/Australia Idea Books REPRESENTATIVES OR DISTRIBUTION PARTNERS IDEA BOOKS — Australia and New Zealand: Perimeter Distribution, Justine Ellis & Dan Rule — China and Hong Kong: Edwin Chu — France, Switzerland and Walloon Belgium: Sébastien Richard — Germany and Austria: consult Idea Books

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SUPPORT Creative Industries Fund NL, Van Eesteren-Fluck & Van Lohuizen Stichting, Bouwfonds Cultuurfonds, Stichting NDSM-werf, Stichting Kinetisch Noord INFO 256 pp, Eng/Ned December 2017 DESIGN COMA ISBN 978-94-92095-41-1 € 22,50

MAKE YOUR CITY The City as a Shell / De stad als casco NDSM SHIPYARD AMSTERDAM AUTHOR: EVA DE KLERK, WITH CAROLIEN FELDBRUGGE AND JOOST ZONNEVELD The history of the NDSM shipyard in Amsterdam shows the power of users in the self-development of an urban area; from self-organization and self-financing to self-ownership. Under the direction of Eva de Klerk, this area became one of the bestknown bottom-up projects in the world. Make Your City tells the story of the NDSM shipyard and gives the reader tips and tricks for developing their own city. De geschiedenis van de NDSM scheepsbouwloods in Amsterdam toont de kracht van gebruikers bij zelfontwikkeling van een stedelijk gebied; van het zelf organiseren, zelf financieren, tot zelf in eigendom nemen. Onder leiding van Eva de Klerk groeide dit gebied uit tot een van de bekendste bottom-up projecten ter wereld. Make Your City vertelt het verhaal van de NDSM-werf en geeft de lezer tips en trucs voor het zelf ontwikkelen van de stad.

CONTRIBUTORS Sandra van Assen, Tijs van den Boomen, Marco Broekman, Guido van Eijck, Eric Frijters, Marieke Kums, Willemijn Lofvers, Saskia Naafs, Thijs van Spaandonk, Ady Steketee, Franz Ziegler PARTNER Lectorate Future Urban Regions and the Academies of Architecture in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Groningen, Arnhem, Tilburg and Maastricht SUPPORT Creative Industries Fund NL, Van Eesteren-Fluck & Van Lohuizen Foundation INFO 320 pages, English October 2017 DESIGN Catalogtree ISBN 978-94-92095-33-6 (ENG) ISBN 978-94-92095-32-9 (NED) € 27,50

URBAN CHALLENGES, RESILIENT SOLUTIONS Design Thinking for the Future of Urban Regions STEDELIJKE VRAAGSTUKKEN, VEERKRACHTIGE OPLOSSINGEN Ontwerpend onderzoek voor de toekomst van stedelijke regio‘s The future of humanity is urban. We are facing major problems such as climate change, social inequality, large-scale migration, and resource depletion. Cities (and those who ‘make’ the city) play an important role in addressing these problems. In Urban Challenges, Resilient Solutions the‚ Future Urban Regions Lectorate offers designers, their commissioners and (local) governments new models and ideas to deal with healthy urban development De grote uitdagingen van de toekomst liggen in de stad, of de stedelijke regio. We staan voor problemen als opwarming van de aarde, sociale ongelijkheid, wereldwijde migratie en grondstoffenschaarste. In Stedelijke vraagstukken, veerkrachtige oplossingen bieden de onderzoekers van het lectoraat Future Urban Regions nieuwe modellen en ideeën over hoe een gezonde, toekomstbestendige stedelijke ontwikkeling gerealiseerd kan worden. ENG


DE WAARDE VAN HET ALLEDAAGSE ISBN 978-94-92095-16-9 Peter Beijer , Ellen de Groot, Jolanda Hoefl ak, Vincent Platenkamp (eds.) € 19,50

NIEUW-WEST: PARKSTAD OF STADSWIJK ISBN 978-94-92095-22-0 Ivan Nio, Arnold Reijndorp, Wouter Veldhuis, Anita Blom, Hein Coumou € 26,50

HET NIEUWE STADMAKEN ISBN 978-94-92095-05-3 Simon Franke, Jeroen Niemans, Frans Soeterbroek (eds.) € 19,50

WE OWN THE CITY ISBN 978-90-78088-91-2 Francesca Miazzo, Tris Kee (eds.) With Cities € 27,50

THE WASTED CITY ISBN 978-94-92095-31-2 Francesca Miazzo (ed.) With Cities € 22,50



Simon Franke Pia Pol Astrid Vorstermans Sarah van Binsbergen

The city and urban society are Trancity’s field of activity, in which spatialphysical aspects are always linked to economic, cultural, and social perspectives. Since 2012, Trancity and Valiz have been closely collaborating as trancity x valiz. We have a shared view on the function of publications. trancity x valiz books and programmes provide critical reflection on the city, on urban development and renewal, and on the public domain, with a specific focus on the connection with social, cultural and economic issues.

De stad en de stedelijke samenleving vormen het werkterrein van Trancity. Daarbij zijn de ruimtelijk fysieke aspecten altijd verbonden met economische, culturele en sociaal-maatschappelijke invalshoeken. Sinds 2012 werken Trancity en Valiz nauw samen onder de naam trancity x valiz. We vinden elkaar in een gemeenschappelijke opvatting over de functie van publicaties. Boeken en programma‘s van trancity xvaliz bieden kritische reflectie op de stad, stedelijke ontwikkeling en vernieuwing, en het publiek domein, met specifieke aandacht voor de samenhang met sociale, culturele en economische kwesties.

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