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NEW Arts and Knowledge Indigenous Wisdom Connections Governance Holistic Approaches

Catnosat Indigenous Art, Knowledge and Sovereignty

For the first time Sámi artists will present their art and world­ views at the Biennale Arte in Venice, 2022, as a sovereign call representing Sápmi (Sámi homeland that spans Scandinavia and the Kola Peninsula). The Sámi Pavilion is a Čatnosat (= connections, networks) project that revolves around three key elements: trans-generational relations, holistic Sámi knowledge and learning and Sámi spiritual perspectives. This book serves as a project in its own right to provide further reflections on Sámi art and knowledge, considering Sámi notions of non-linear time and the centrality of story-telling, sound and the spoken word. The core of Čatnosat features the art works of The Sámi Pavilion’s artists Pauliina Feodoroff, Máret Ánne Sara and Anders Sunna. Around this are two sections, neither beginnings nor ends. In one, we find an experimental short play and poems, as well as stories bringing political, and Sámi spiritual and philosophical perspectives. The other section includes a dialogue with the artists; an essay high­ lighting the centrality and span of Sámi knowledge creation across the ages, and a glossary of Sámi words pivotal to Sámi ways of being, doing, seeing and thinking, also highlighting the Sámi philosophical relationship to their language. The book is an exercise in Sámification, that highlights the importance today of Indigenous holistic perspectives, and that centres Sámi Indigenous wisdom in all fields of art and living.

Máret Ánne Sara, Áittar jáhku, alššáidahtte doaivaga, ale ge suova sielu sáiget, installation, detail, 2022

Anders Sunna, 1971, from: Illegal Spirits and an Air of Justice, installation, detail, 2022

The Sámi Pavilion

The Sámi Pavilion, 59th Biennale Arte, 2022

Pauliina Feodoroff, photo from the production of the film Matriarchy, 2021

This the first time that Sámi artists exclusively represent Sápmi, their Sámi homeland, in a national pavilion at La Biennale di Venezia, and the first time the Sámi are recognized as a nation in a pavilion bearing their name. The project transforming the Nordic Pavilion into the Sámi Pavilion is an act of Indigenous sovereignty that highlights the relationship of the artists to their homeland Sápmi, an area that pre-dates the concept of the Nordic region. It is a symbolic reversal of colonial claims that have sought to erase Sámi land and culture. Their art emphasizes the urgent situation experienced today by many Indigenous people worldwide, concerning self-determina­ tion, deforestation, land and water governance. Following the Sámi custom of learning from elders of the community, the artists received guidance of the following Samí elders: Pauliina Feodoroff by Sámi educator Asta M. Balto; Máret Ánne Sara by reindeer herder and Sámi knowledge bearer Káren E. M. Utsi; and Anders Sunna by juoigi (practitioner of joik, the Sámi musical practice) Ánde Somby.

CONTRIBUTORS Brook Garru Andrew, Asta Mitkijá Balto, Liv Brissach, Pauliina Feodoroff, Liisa-Rávná Finbog, Katya García-Antón, Harald Gaski, Timimie Gassko Märak, Hans Gremmen, Beaska Niillas, Inga-Wiktoria Påve, Fredrik Prost, Máret Ánne Sara, Sigbjørn Skåden, Ánde Somby, Anders Sunna PUBLISHER Valiz with OCA, Office for Contemporary Art Norway

SUPPORT Fritt Ord Foundation; Nordic Council of Ministers DESIGN Hans Gremmen in dialogue with Sámi artists Inga-Wiktoria Påve and Fredrik Prost, who contribute with their knowledge of Sámi spirituality and the philosophy of duodji, material culture, design, illustration, symbols and stories.

ISBN 978-94-93246-12-6

EDITORS Liisa-Rávná Finbog, Katya García-Antón, Beaska Niillas assistant editor: Liv Brissach

INFO Spiral bound/wire-o in slipcase, 24 x 17 cm (h x w), 256 pp., English, Northern Sámi, Skolt Sámi, Southern Sámi, April 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-12-6, € 25,00

Heather Dewey Hagborg and Chelsea Manning, 2017, Courtesy of the artists and Fridman Gallery, New York

The Finnish Brigade painting the mural, exhibition of the MIRSA [The International Museum of the Resistance Salvador Allende] Helsinki, Finland, 1979

Let the River Flow ISBN 978-94-92095-79-4, € 22,50

Sovereign Words Out of print

Other Valiz–OCA books

CASE STUDIES Chile (Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende), France (the terrorist attacks, l’Espace Khiasma,) Haiti (Ouvertures), Hungary (The Guerilla Fighter), India (SAHMAT), Indonesia (ruangrupa), Mexico (Zapatistas, Indigenous women’s movements), Norway (Palestinian Art Exhibition, The Norwegian Committee for Solidarity with Latin America), Middle East (Farewell to Museums), Palestine (PLO), South Africa (Festac ‘77, Chimurenga, ANC, Art Contre Apartheid), Sudan (the power of books), United Kingdom (Greenham Common), USA (gender binaries, Art Contre Apartheid, Black Lives Matter), digital space and its networks/boundaries, and many others CONTRIBUTORS Reem Abbas, Toufoul Abou-Hodeib, Noor Abuarafeh, Yasnaya Elena Aguilar Gil, Ali Hussein Al-Adawy, Salvador Allende, Wendy Carrig, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Ntone Edjabe, Katya García-Antón, Soledad García, Irene Guzmán, Gavin Jantjes, Sholi Kanuga, Geeta Kapur, Lara Khaldi, Chelsea Manning, Olivier Marboeuf, Naeem Mohaiemen, Mário Pedrosa, Ram Rahman, Laura Raicovich, Aban Raza, ruangrupa, Devika Singh, Eszter Szakács, Alice Walker, and many others

NEW Art and Society Civic networks Activism Care

Art and Solidarity Reader Radical Actions, Politics and Friendships

Inder Salim, We All are Women’s Issues

Katya García-Antón, OCA Norway (ed.)

PUBLISHING PARTNER OCA, Office for Contemporary Art Norway, DESIGN Hans Gremmen, INFO Pb, c. 28 x 20 cm, 378 pp, English, April 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-02-7, € 27,50

Solidarity has re-entered the global zeitgeist with resounding force in the last decade, driving new thinking to counter the systemic failures and abuses of our society. The Art and Solidarity Reader considers the agency artists, collectives, and art institutions have in building the radical visions of care and solidarity needed to transform the conditions of our collective existence. Presenting new and historical material, the Reader narrates various micro-histories of artistic solidarity globally from the 1970s to today, in relation to the multiple crises of migration, neo-coloni­ alism, rising radicalization, inter-religious conflicts, class divisions, new technology, heteronormativity, and the environment. It empha­ sizes the centrality of artist-led empathy and personal connectivity in building networks of solidarity and concrete actions that gener­ ate profound transformation in society. Whilst addressing the relevance of the Non-Aligned Move­ ment of the Cold War in generating new forms of artistic solidarity globally, the Reader points towards its successors and, significantly, centres Indigenous perspectives rarely considered when discussing the history of artistic solidarity.

PLURAL series part of the Best Dutch Book Designs 2020 (Student Jury)

JUST RELEASED Counter-culture Activism Anti-colonialism Ecology Feminism

Design Struggles Claudia Mareis & Nina Paim (eds.), With Swiss Design Network SDN, ISBN 978-94-92095-88-6, € 27,50

The PLURAL series focuses on how the intersections between identity, power, representation and emancipation, play out in the arts, design and in cultural practices. The volumes in this series aim to do justice to the plurality of voices, experiences and perspectives in society and in the arts and to address the history and present and future meaning of these positions and their interrelations. PLURAL brings together new and critical insights from cultural and social researchers, theorists, artists, arts professionals and activists.

PLURAL series INFO Design and visuals for each title: Lotte Lara Schröder,; or Pb. with flaps, 23 x 16,8 cm (h x w), English

Sexuality Power Violence Intimacy

Feminist Art Actvisms and Artivisms Katy Deepwell (ed.) ISBN 978-94-92095-72-5, € 27,50

Art and Activism Diversity Experiences Politics Shame! and Masculinity Ernst van Alphen (ed.), With H401, ISBN 978-94-92095-92-3, € 25,00

Helen Westgeest & Kitty Zijlmans (eds.)

Mix & Stir New Outlooks on Contemporary Art from Global Perspectives

Mix & Stir presents new outlooks on contemporary art from global perspectives, in the challenging format of a cookery book. It intends to encourage studying art beyond national constraints, cultural dominances, and hierarchies: a voyage similar to that of culinary discovery. We bring a variety of tastes and flavours to the table, and break new ground by allowing contrary, queer, idiosyncratic practices and discourses, theories and topics, methods, and concerns to access art in its global dimensions. Researchers, curators and artists with a special interest in this topical issue were invited to present, develop, outline, and contemplate distinct frames of reference, both theoretical and artistic, in order to arrive at a true ‘world art studies’. Their contri­butions are structured in seven thematic fields: Undecidability and Spectatorship, Collectives, Circu­­­lations, Exhibitions, Artists at Work, Postcolonial Perspectives, and Deep Art History. We invite the reader to explore the vast supply of dishes, to taste and test the aromas and to feast. Like cooking prompts chefs to use their creativity and imagination, this book encourages readers to try out new dishes for themselves.

NEW — JUST RELEASED Plural Series World Art Studies Sharing Spices and Flavours Inclusivity (Re-)Presentation Agency Power Colonialism Non-Hierarchical

CONTRIBUTORS Thomas J. Berghuis, Elisabeth de Bièvre, John Clark, Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann, Parisa Damandan, Wilfried van Damme, Sophie Ernst, Angèle Etoundi Essamba. Paul Faber, Claire Farago, Anne Gerritsen, Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn, Isabel Hoving, Stijn Huijts, Joo Yun Lee, Nancy Jouwe, Remy Jungerman, Sonja van Kerkhoff, Meta Knol, Frans-Willem Korsten, Katja Kwastek, Sybille Lammes, Charl Landvreugd, Gregor Langfeld, Chris Lee, Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes, Virginia MacKenny, Sarat Maharaj, Tirzo Martha, Kyveli Mavrokordopoulou, Larissa Mendoza Straffon, Ni Haifeng, Stéphanie Noach, Anja Novak, John Onians, Rob Perrée, Georges Petitjean, Rosalien van der Poel, Jennifer Pranolo, Lize van Robbroeck, Pippa Skotnes, Henk Slager, Rudi Struik, Eva-Maria Troelenberg, Leonor Veiga, Leon Wainwright, James Webb, Janneke Wesseling, Helen Westgeest, Carine Zaayman, Kitty Zijlmans, Robert Zwijnenberg SUPPORT Mondriaan Fund Academy of Creative and Performing Arts (ACPA), University of the Arts, The Hague / Faculty of Humanities, Leiden University DESIGN Lotte Lara Schröder,; INFO Pb, 23 x 16,7 cm (h x w), 432 pp., English, October 2021, ISBN 978-94-93246-05-8, € 29,90

ISBN 978-94-92095-68-8, € 19,90 With ECF

ISBN 978-90-78088-22-6, € 29,50 Supported by Mondriaan Fund, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds

ISBN 978-94-92095-51-0, € 19,90 With ECF

ISBN 978-94-92095-89-3, € 27,50 With Prins Claus Fonds, Hivos, ECF

RELEASED — Global Issues Inclusivity (Post-)Colonialism Solidary Communities

MAKING MATTERS A Vocabulary for Collective Arts

NEW – Arts Collaboration Multiple Identities Changing Practices EDITORS Janneke Wesseling, Florian Cramer EDITORIAL COMMITTEE Florian Cramer, Anja Groten, Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, Pia Louwerens, Marie-José Sondeijker, Janneke Wesseling CONTRIBUTORS Aliens in Green, a.pass / Lilia Mestre, Florian Cramer, Display Distribute / Elaine W. Ho , Feral Atlas / Lili Carr, Anja Groten, Thalia Hoffman, Jatiwangi Art Factory / Ismal Muntaha, Eleni Kamma, Frans-Willem Korsten, Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, Pia Louwerens, Dani Ploeger, Kate Rich, Femke Snelting, Olu Taiwo, Janneke Wesseling, West / Baruch Gottlieb, West / Akiem Helmling PARTNERS Academy of Creative and Performing Arts, Leiden University Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam Waag, Amsterdam West Den Haag Willem de Kooning Academy and Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam SUPPORT Dutch Research Council (NWO), part of the project ‘Bridging art, design and technology through Critical Making’ (project number 314-99-203), research programme Smart Culture DESIGN Hackers & Designers, INFO Pb, 20 x 11 cm (h x w), c. 300 pp., English, May 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-11-9, € 22,50

The concern for material existence on our planet is more pressing than ever. Making Matters spells out various roles that visual artists and designers play facing these issues. Col­lective action is necessary and inevitable. Collective action often changes the artist’s identity and ways of working: from individuality and autonomy to collectivity and collaboration, both locally and globally. This has given rise to new kinds of collective art and design practices, based on changed ideas about the meaning of making. Artists work together with nonartists, make products for their local environment and take on multiple identities, such as researcher, community activist, computer hacker, or business consultant. The boundaries between art, design, research and activism become blurred or are dissolved entirely. Making Matters gives insight into art practices that are taking place on all continents. These practices do not conform to a Western concept of art nor to traditional distinctions be­tween art, design, research and activism. The entries in this vocabulary experiment with concepts and keywords of current art practices that may no longer be recognizable as art.

NEW – Arts Vulnerabilty Aesthetic Skills Art’s Potential

KWETSBAARHEID Over raken en geraakt worden KWETSBAARHEID

In een competitief bestaan verbergen we onze zwakke plek­ ken. Evaluatiedrift en de voortdurende dwang tot innoveren duwen mensen steeds verder weg in een bolster. Hoe dan ook gaan we allen als knoeiers door het leven, vindt Marlies De Munck. Ze roept daarom op tot openheid en mededogen. Want dat bolsteren hindert je om te raken. En om geraakt te worden. Pascal Gielen houdt een warm pleidooi voor een esthetische kunde: het vermogen via al onze zintuigen een rammelende en fragiele werkelijkheid toch als een same­ nhangend geheel te ervaren. Dat is de potentie van kunst en cultuur: om ons te verzoenen met een chaotisch en kwets­ baar leven.

Over raken en geraakt worden

Marlies De Munck & Pascal Gielen



On Touching and Being Touched

FRAGILITY To Touch and Be Touched

Marlies De Munck & Pascal Gielen


AUTHORS Marlies De Munck, Pascal Gielen DRAWINGS AND DESIGN Lotte Lara Schröder, INFO Pb, 16,7 x 11,5 cm (h x w), 64 pp, separate English and Dutch version, April 2021 ISBN (ENG) 978-94-93246-10-2 ISBN (NED) 978-94-93246-09-6 € 9,50



In a competitive existence we hide our weak spots. Evalua­ tion madness and the constant urge to innovate push people back further and further into a virtual shell. Anyway, we are all just messing about, says Marlies De Munck. She therefore pleads for openness and compassion. Because all this sheltering keeps you from touching. And from being touched. Pascal Gielen warmly advocates an aesthetic skill: the ability to experience, through all our senses, a ram­ shackle and fragile reality and still see it as a coherent whole. Art, theatre, dance, or music can touch us deeply and unexpectedly, show us new connections, and change rigid opinions. That is the power of art and culture: to recon­cile us with life, which can be disjointed and fragile.

Marlies De Munck teaches aesthetics and philosophy of music at the University of Antwerp an she is a member of ARIA. Pascal Gielen is professor of cultural sociology at the Antwerp Research Institute for the Arts (ARIA), University of Antwerp.

Marlies De Munck & Pascal Gielen, ISBN (ENG) 978-94-92095-86-2 ISBN (NED) 978-94-92095-87-9 € 5,00

Slow Spatial Reader Chronicles of Radical Affection

NEW – JUST RELEASED Spatial Practices Space and Time Collective Imaginations Trans-disciplinary

Carolyn F. Strauss (ed.)

CONTRIBUTORS Lara Almarcegui, Marijke Anne­ma, Martina Buzzi, Nicolas Buzzi, Sol Camacho, Cave_bureau (Kabage Karanja & Stella Mutegi), Renske Maria van Dam, Chiara ­Dorbolò, Cocky Eek, Anna Maria Fink, David Habets, Ian Hanes­worth, Maria Hassabi, Beate Hølme­bakk, Saba Innab, Kū Kahakalau, Bronwyn Lace, Daniel Lie, Pia Lindman, Ruth Little, Megumi Matsubara, Ash McAskill, Kate Morales, Salima Naji, Ligia Nobre, Alessandra Pomarico, Maria Popova, Raqs Media Collective (Monica Narula, Jeebesh Bagchi, and Shuddhabrata Sengupta) Jane Rendell, Angela Sakrison, Cristine Takuá, Li Tavor, Alice Van der Wielen-Honinckx, Françoise Vergès, Sara Wookey PARTNER Slow Research Lab, SUPPORT Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Creative Industries Fund NL DESIGN Zuzana Kostelanská, INFO Pb, 21 x 16 cm (h x w), 352 pp., English, Summer 2021, ISBN 978-94-92095-97-8, € 25,00

Carolyn Strauss (US/NL) is a researcher, curator, and creative facilitator whose work traverses the fields of architecture, design, contemporary art, emerging technology, and social theory. She is the director of Slow Research Lab.

Slow Reader, ISBN 978-94-92095-01-5, € 25,00, Reprint now available

AUTHOR/EDITOR Carolyn F. Strauss

Slow Spatial Reader offers a collection of essays about ‘Slow’ approaches to spatial practice and pedagogy from around the world. Its contributors are from twentyfour countries on five continents. Each one brings distinct philosophical and disciplinary approaches— from ‘spatial’ fields like architecture, sculpture, and installation, but also performative, somatic and/or dramaturgical practices—, exploring how we think about and engage with space at a range of scales, tempos, and durations. The essays chronicle projects and processes that amplify tangible and intangible qualities of spatial experience: reaching into the cracks of the body, probing the fuzzy borders of atmospheres, and extending out across both geo­ graphical and epistemological coordinates. The term ‘radical affection’ was coined to unite those diverse approaches in a call for tender acts of individual and collective imagination through which new forms of caring and resilience might emerge. Like its predeces­ sor, Slow Reader (Valiz 2016), this new publication is intended to spur meaningful dialogue between disci­ plines and cultures, inspir­ing not only a different velocity of engaging the world but also critical shifts in consciousness.

NEW – JUST RELEASED Making Public Series Digital Art Curating Public Access

Curating Digital Art From Presenting and Collecting Digital Art to Networked Co-Curation

Annet Dekker (ed.)


What is the role of the curator when organizing digital art exhibitions in offline and online spaces? Analyzing the influence and impact of curating digital art, the book focuses on how the experi­ ments of curators, artists and designers opened the possibility to reconfigure traditional models and methods for presenting and accessing digital art. In the process, it addresses how web-based practices challenge certain established museolog­ ical values and precipitate alternative ways of understanding art’s stewardship, curatorial re­s­pon­sibility, public access and art history. Through more than twenty interviews with artists and curators in the course of the last ten years, and flanked by an extensive timeline, the reader of this publication is given an insight into the discourse on digital art and its curation today.

Annet Dekker is a curator, researcher and Assistant Professor Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam, and Visiting Professor and co-director of the Centre for the Study of the Networked Image at London South Bank University. She has been Researcher Digital Preservation at Tate, London, core tutor at Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam and Fellow at Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam.

CONTRIBUTORS Pita Arreola-Burns, Evelyn Austin, LaTurbo Avedon, Paul Barsch, Livia Benedetti, Bob Bicknell-­ Knight, Elliott Burns, Tom Clark, Marco De Mutiis, Constant Dullaart, Madja Edelstein-Gomez, Amber van den Eeden, Rebecca Edwards, Rózsa Farkas, Maria­laura Ghidini, Manique Hendricks, Tilman Hornig, Florian Kuhlmann, Kalle Mattsson, Anika Meier, Marie Meixnerová, Laura Mousavi, Katja Novitskova, Domenico Quaranta, Stefan Riebel, Ryder Ripps, Sakrowski, Katrina Sluis, Lilian Stolk, Systaime a.k.a. Michaël Borras, Gaia Tedone, Jon Uriarte, Miyö Van Stenis, Nimrod Vardi, Marcela Vieira, ZHANG Ga SUPPORT Creative Industries Fund NL Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL DESIGN Irene Stracuzzi, INFO 24 x 14,8 cm (h x w), 352 pp., English, September 2021, ISBN 978-94-93246-01-0, € 26,50

NEW– Making Public NEW Making Public Series Digital platforms Digital platforms Online public sphere Online public sphere Public access Public reflection access Critical Critical reflection

For everyone who wants to scrutinize their own use of the internet and online platforms

We’re all trapped. No matter how hard you try to delete apps from your phone, the power of seduction draws you back. Doom scrolling is the new normal of a 24/7 online life. What happens when your home office starts to feel like a call center and you’re too fried to log out of Facebook? We’re addicted to large­scale platforms, unable to return to the frivolous age of decentralized networks. How do we make sense of the rising disaffection with the plat­form condition? Zoom fatigue, cancel culture, crypto art, NFTs and psychic regression comprise core elements of a general theory of platform culture. Geert Lovink argues that we reclaim the internet on our own terms. Stuck on the Platform is a relapse-­resistant story about the rise of platform alter­natives, built on a deep under­ standing of the digital slump.

Stuck on the Platform AUTHOR Geert Lovink DESIGN Irene Stracuzzi, INFO Pb, 24 x 14,8 cm (h x w), c. 224 pp., English, May 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-08-9 € 25,00

Reclaiming the Internet Geert Lovink

Another internet is possible: how can we rebuild the internet as a decentralized, public infrastructure

The series ‘Making Public’ investigates ‘the public’, the civil domain where space, knowledge, values and commodities are shared. What does this notion of ‘public’ mean? How does this domain change under the influence of technological, political and social tendencies? Where are the boundaries of ‘the public’ and how are they determined? What forms of responsibility and solidarity does ‘the public’ invoke? And how do artists and culture critics shape the debate on these issues?

Geert Lovink is a Dutch media theorist, internet critic and activist. He is Research Professor at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam, where he is founding director of the Institute of Network Cultures. He has just been appointed Professor of Art and Network Cultures at the Art History Department, Faculty of Humanities of the University of Amsterdam. His most recent publications include Social Media Abyss (2016), Organisation after Social Media (with Ned Rossiter, 2018) and Sad by Design (2019).

One of the Best Dutch Book Designs 2021 (Student Jury)

NEW – JUST RELEASED Design and Society Design Theory and History Visual Communication Economics / Marxism

CAPS LOCK How capitalism took hold of graphic design, and how to escape from it Ruben Pater

Capitalism could not exist without the coins, bank­ notes, documents, information graphics, interfaces, branding, and advertising made by graphic designers. Even strategies such as social design and specula­ tive design are easily appropriated to serve eco­ nomic growth. It seems design is locked in a cycle of exploitation and extraction, furthering inequality and environmental collapse. CAPS LOCK is a reference work that uses clear language and visual examples to show how graphic design and capitalism have come to be inextricably linked. The book features designed objects, but also examines how the professional practice of designers itself supports capitalism. Six radical graphic design collectives are featured that resist capitalist thinking in their own way, inspiring a more sustainable and less exploitative practice of graphic design. Free educational toolkit available, look for CAPS LOCK at

Ruben Pater (b. 1977, NL) was trained as a graphic designer and works in journalism, activism, education, and graphic design under the name Untold Stories. His work received several international prizes and he has participated in many exhibitions worldwide.

His first book The Politics of Design (BIS publishers, 2016; 20,000 copies produced/sold) has been an inspirational source book for design students, artists and visual communicators in many different places and contexts.

AUTHOR AND DESIGN Ruben Pater, INFO Pb, 18,4 x 11,7 cm (h x w), 552 pp., English, September 2021, 2nd print Febr. 22, ISBN 978-94-92095-81-7, € 22,50

FEATURING WORK BY Brave New Alps Caroline Woolard Common Knowledge Cooperativa de Diseño Darren Cullen Dennis de Bel and Roel Roscam Abbing Ernesto Oroza Evening Class Femke Herregraven Gapminder Hank Willis Thomas Hardworking Goodlooking Iconoclasistas Jan van Toorn Jonathan Barnbrook Mídia NINJA Nicole Marie Burton Open Source Publishing See Red Women’s Workshop Rogier Klomp Rosaria Forcisi Simon Weckert The Public Yuri Veerman

‘Will certainly change how you think about, and possibly practice, design.’ – The Daily Heller, Steven Heller ‘I always hesitate to declare something required, but upon finishing CAPS LOCK, my first thought was: “this should be taught in every design program”.’ – Jarrett Fuller, AIGA eye on design

NEW Design and Society Value systems Concepts and praxis Intersectionality

Graphic Design Is (…) Not Innocent Ingo Offermanns (ed.) ( Ed.) Valiz

Ingo Offermanns

Graphic Design Is (…) (…) (…) (…) (…) (…) (…) I (…) (…) (…) (…) Innocent

Graphic Design Is (…) Not Innocent questions ingrained approaches, values and assumptions of graphic design in globalized societies. The publica­ tion initiates dialogues between designers, scholars, critics and commissioners, who inquire responsibili­ ties, potentials, politics, limits and risks of designing visual communication. How innocent is graphic design? Whom is it addressing, whom is it in/exclud­ ing? What does it bring about? When defining the role and impact of visual communication, what future questions lie ahead? Graphic Design Is (…) Not Innocent combines case studies and academic reflections, trying to sketch a common ground for basic research into the parameters and value systems of graphic design. It is a road trip between various conceptual challenges and praxis. It is a temporal inventory, without the claim of completeness. It is a question mark, as well as an exclamation mark. And it wants to stimulate critical thinking in graphic design.

EDITOR AND DESIGN Ingo Offermanns, ASSISTANT DESIGNERS Sam Kim, Dokho Shin CONTRIBUTORS Karo Akpokiere, Christian Bauer, David Bennewith, Friedrich von Borries, Li Degeng, Clémentine Deliss, Sandra Doeller, FDSC (Feminist Designer Social Club), Daniel Martin Feige, Feminist Internet, Annette Geiger, Matthias Görlich, Anna Lena von Helldorff, Martin Ludwig Hofmann, He Jianping, Kay Jun, Anoushka Khandwala, Francisco Laranjo, Eva Linhart, Madoka Nishi, Ingo Offermanns, Offshore, Sophia Prinz, Konrad Renner (Knoth & Renner), Conor Rigby (Feminist Internet), Isabel Seiffert (Offshore), In-ah Shin, Pierre Smolarski, Markus Weisbeck PARTNER Hamburg University of Fine Arts, INFO Pb, 24 x 14,8 cm (h x w), c. 352 pp., English, April 2021, ISBN 978-94-92095-90-9, € 22,50

ISBN 978-94-92095-90-9

Louise Schouwenberg & Michael Kaethler (eds.)

The Auto-Ethnographic Turn in Design

NEW — JUST RELEASED Design and Art Personal Knowledge Experience Self-Reflexive From the Self to the Other

EDITORS Louise Schouwenberg & Michael Kaethler CONTRIBUTORS Anna Aagaard Jensen, Gijs Assmann, Bruno Baietto, Jurgen Bey, Joel Blanco, Théophile Blandet, Jan Boelen, Hsin Min Chan, Chongjin Chen, Meghan Clarke, Adelaide Di Nunzio, Billy Ernst, Hi Kyung Eun, Teresa FernándezPello, Andrea Gaspar, Konstantin Grcic, Metincan Güzel, Jing He, Aurelie Hoegy, Michael Kaethler, Hicham Khalidi, Žan Kobal, Lorraine Legrand, Gabriel .A. Maher, Micheline Nahra, Thomas Nathan, Miguel Parrrra, Timo de Rijk, Marie Rime, Sjeng Scheijen, Bianca Schick, Louise Schouwenberg, Carlos Sfeir Vottero, Weixiao Shen/ 申薇笑, Matilde Stolfa, Oli Stratford, Marianne Theunissen, Goda Verikaitė, Erik Viskil, Barbara Visser, Ben Shai van der Wal SUPPORT Creative Industries Fund NL Design Academy Eindhoven DESIGN Irene Stracuzzi, INFO Pb, 24 x 17 cm (h x w), 336 pp., English, October 2021, ISBN 978-94-93246-04-1, € 27,90

ISBN 978-94-93246-04-1

An intersectional approach to design that incorporates one’s context and self. The auto-ethnographic turn in design is emerging from a growing recognition of design’s capacity to make sense of one’s world while at the same time to express and convey this personal insight or knowledge through rich, layered, and ultimately meaningful processes or objects. Auto-ethnographic design seeks to come to terms with one’s context and self—as well as the materiality that mediates these two. In doing so, it offers a vision of design that is free of commercial commissions, assumed users’ needs, or well-intentioned do-goodism, and reveals a sincerity and genuine commitment in the process of design that is too often missing. The book is divided between ‘Ideas and Dialogues’ (reflections and conversations between critics, theorists, educators, and practitioners), which ground conceptions of auto-ethnography and the ‘self’ and explore how experiences can be relevant and meaningful starting points for design and visual art; and ‘Projects and Practices,’ which embody auto-ethnographic qualities—whereby design objects and practices are embedded with personal sentiments, experiences, desires, fears, and more.

NEW – JUST RELEASED Art and Garden Man and nature Art and ecologies

One of the Best Dutch Book Designs 2021

Gold Letter (highest award) at Best Book Design from all over the World 2022

On the Necessity of Gardening An ABC of Art, Botany and Cultivation

Laurie Cluitmans (ed.)

EDITOR Laurie Cluitmans CONTRIBUTORS Maria Barnas, Jonny Bruce, Laurie Cluitmans, Thiëmo Heilbron, Liesbeth Helmus, Erik de Jong, Rene de Kam, Alhena Katsof, Jamaica Kincaid, Catriona Sandilands, Patricia de Vries PARTNER Centraal Museum, Utrecht SUPPORT Creative Industries Fund NL Stichting Jaap Harten Fonds De Gijselaar-Hintzenfonds NL dr. Hendrik Mullerfonds DESIGN Bart de Baets, INFO Pb, 32 x 24 cm (h x w), 240 pp., English, August 2021, ISBN 978-94-93246-00-3, € 29,90

On the Necessity of Gardening tells the story of the garden as a rich source of inspiration. Over the centuries, artists, writers, poets and thinkers have each described, depicted and designed the garden in different ways. In medieval art, the garden was a reflection of paradise, a place of harmony and fertility, shielded from worldly problems. In the eighteenth century this image tilted: the garden became a symbol of worldly power and politics. The Anthropocene, the era in which man completely dominates nature with disastrous consequences, is forcing us to radically rethink the role we have given nature in recent decades. There is a renewed interest in the theme of the garden among contem­ porary makers. It is not a romantic desire that drives them, but rather a call for a new awareness of our relationship with the earth. Through many different essays and an extensive abecedarium, On the Necessity of Gardening reflects on the garden as a metaphor for society. From Arcadia to Guerilla Gardening, Bomarzo to Little Sparta, Roberto Burle Marx to Fritz Haeg, the Anthropocene to Vibrant Matter: a brilliant and radical A–Z of garden history and garden politics.

Laurie Cluitmans (1984, NL) works as a curator of contemporary art for the Centraal Museum in Utrecht and is also an independent art critic. In 2016 she received the Prize for Young Art Criticism for her essay on the garden by Derek Jarman and Ian Hamilton Finlay.

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Neighbourhoods for the Future is based on the conviction that the current ecolog­ ical crisis will change the face of the city. The neighbourhood is situated at the scale between the home and the city. It has the potential to turn our cities into more humane environments and add to their resilience and social capacity. This book provides a new perspective on the relationship between participants, resources and systems so that urbanites and policymakers are inspired and em­pow­ered to change their own communities into neighbourhoods of and for the future. ‘This book argues that if our cities are to cope with the challenge of climate change, they will need to be reinvented from first principles, with ecological urbanism in mind.’ –

EDITORS Maarten Hajer, Peter Pelzer, Martijn van den Hurk, Chris ten Dam, Edwin Buitelaar PARTNER Urban Futures Studio, Utrecht University urban-futures-studio DESIGN Catalogtree

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Betaalbaar wonen is in Nederland nagenoeg onmo­ gelijk geworden. De ongelijkheid neemt op allerlei vlak toe; tussen generaties, tussen wie vermogend is en wie niet, tussen de reële dagelijkse economie en de huizenbubbel. De oplossingen voor het gebrek aan betaalbare woningen die markt en politiek voorstellen, pakken de symptomen aan, maar laten de achterliggende mechanismen ongemoeid. Dit boek stelt de ‘wooncoöperatie’ als een inspirerende factor tot structurele verandering, een alternatief tussen koop en huur. In de wooncoöpe­ ratie wordt wonen de uitdrukking van een collectief proces. Niet de individuele vraag ‘hoe wil ik wonen?’, maar het gezamenlijk vormgeven aan de vraag ‘hoe willen wij samenleven?’ bepaalt deze gemeen­ schappelijke inspanning, waarbij de bewoners zelf weer het heft in handen nemen. operatie wooncoöperatie vertelt de geschiedenis van ons wonen; waarom de coöperatie uit beeld verdween en waarom inmiddels steeds meer mensen een steeds groter deel van hun inkomen kwijt zijn aan huisvesting. Het documen­ teert tien bijzondere projecten uit Wenen, Zürich en München en legt uit hoe deze projecten konden ontstaan door bewuste keuzes vanuit het lokaal bestuur. Op inspirerende wijze toont het boek hoe we in Nederland een andere weg kunnen inslaan door wonen te verbinden aan gemeenschapseco­ nomie en gemeenschapsvorming.


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‘Uit mijn 2021-boeken-top-drie: Een heerlijk boek, dat de geschiedenis maar ook de verdwijnende kiosk in het Nederlandse straatbeeld beschrijft. Dat wordt door de auteurs op aantrekke­ lijke, leesbare wijze gedaan.’ — Vincent Kompier,

‘The content of this voluminous book is presented as a collection, rather than a linear argumentation. Readers can navigate in their own way, and taste and sample their preferred “actions”, to use the existing context and tackle urgent needs and topics.’ — Robert Muis, One of the Best Dutch Book Designs 2020

With Amsterdam Academy of Architecture, Supported by Creative Industries Fund NL ISBN 978-94-92095-70-1, € 29,50

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Franke & Veldhuis, Verkenning van de rechtvaardige stad ISBN 978-94-92095-59-6, € 14,50 (of gratis PDF/e-pub)

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Annemarie Kok, Binding genoeg ISBN 978-94-92095-34-3, € 14,50 (of gratis PDF/e-pub)

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ISBN 978-94-92095-71-8

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DESIGN Metahaven, INFO Size 21 x 13,5 cm Format Paperback Language English Price € 19,50–€ 22,50

ISBN 978-90-78088-57-8

ISBN 978-94-92095-04-6

ISBN 978-94-92095-18-3

ISBN 978-94-92095-11-4

ISBN 978-94-92095-03-9

ISBN 978-90-78088-35-6

This series maps the interaction between changes in society and cultural practices. It looks upon the arts as ‘antennae’, feelers for the cultural interpretation and articulation of topical political, economic, social, techno­ logical or environmental issues. It is a peerreviewed book series that validates artistic, critical, speculative and essayistic writing as an academic publishing method. Publications in the Antennae series contain essays, theoretical explanations, sociocultural explorations, activist calls, practicebased research, and artist’s contributions.

ISBN 978-90-78088-52-3

ISBN 978-94-92095-10-7

ISBN 978-90-78088-51-6

ISBN 978-90-78088-53-0

ISBN 978-90-78088-77-6

Art and Politics Topicality Critique Social Change

ISBN 978-94-92095-20-6

ISBN 978-90-78088-81-3

ISBN 978-90-78088-86-8

ISBN 978-94-92095-76-3

ISBN 978-90-78088-85-1

ISBN 978-90-78088-68-4

ISBN 978-94-92095-02-2

ISBN 978-90-78088-29-5

ISBN 978-90-78088-95-0

ISBN 978-90-78088-87-5

ISBN 978-94-92095-98-5

ISBN 978-90-78088-50-9

ISBN 978-94-92095-47-3

ISBN 978-94-92095-39-8

ISBN 978-90-78088-75-2

ISBN 978-94-92095-58-9

ISBN 978-94-92095-46-6 NEW

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,

vis-à-vis series Newest vis-à-vis Florian Göttke, Burning Images, ISBN 978-94-92095-96-1, € 26,50

Paine e.a. (eds.), Valuing Architecture, ISBN 978-94-92095-93-0, € 25,00 Jeroen Lutters, Creative Theories of (Just About) Everything, ISBN 978-94-92095-74-9, € 25,00

Award In 2020 Sandra Kisters received the Karel van Mander Prize for The Lure of the Biographical, and in 2018 the AICA Award for this same publication. ISBN 978-94-92095-25-1, € 29,50

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ALREADY RELEASED ARTS — THIRD PRINT Challenging creativity Art Education DIY

One of the Best Dutch Book Designs 2020 (Student Jury)

WICKED ARTS ASSIGNMENTS Practising Creativity in Contemporary Arts Education

EDITORS Emiel Heijnen, Melissa Bremmer; Co-editor: Sanne Kersten

PARTNER Amsterdam University of the Arts DESIGN Laura Pappa

INFO Pb. with flaps, 22 x 15 cm (h x w), 304 pp., English, Fall 2020, ISBN 978-94-92095-75-6, € 19,90

Plan and Play, Play and Plan, ISBN 978-94-92095-40-4, € 19,50, Second print!

Wicked Arts Assignments are bold, unusual, contrary, funny, poetical, inspiring, socially committed, or otherwise challenging. The almost hundred arts assignments collected here entice creativity in all its forms and connect to the visual arts, performance, theatre, music and design. It also is the ideal ‘lockdown book’: with few means you can explore and make your art works at home, with your kids, parents, a friend, or on your own, and show them on the platform

ISBN 978-94-92095-75-6

CONTRIBUTORS Melissa Bremmer, Emiel Heijnen, Pavèl van Houten, Sanne Kersten, Jorge Lucero, Nina Paim, Erik Schrooten, Stephanie Springgay, and many many others

ISBN 978-94-92095-19-0, € 22,50 Supported by Creative Industries Fund NL

(NL) ISBN 978-94-92095-95-4, € 25,00 (ENG) ISBN 978-94-92095-63-3, € 25,00 Supported by Creative Industries Fund NL

ISBN 978-94-92095-80-0, € 19,90 With Rietveld Academie/ Sandberg Instituut

Design Dedication ISBN 978-94-92095-73-2, € 19,90 With Sandberg Instituut

One of the Best Dutch Book Designs 2020 (Student Jury) RELEASED Design in Society

One of the Best Dutch Book Designs 2016 (both juries), second print available

Valiz List NEW Spring / Summer 2022, End 2021 Art and Solidarity Reader 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-02-7, € 27,50 The Auto-Ethnographic Turn in Design 2021, ISBN 978-94-93246-04-1, € 27,90 CAPS LOCK 2021, ISBN 978-94-92095-81-7, € 22,50 Čatnosat 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-12-6, € 25,00 Curating Digital Art 2021, ISBN 978-94-93246-01-0, € 26,50 Fragility 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-10-2, € 9,50 Graphic Design Is (…) Not Innocent 2022, ISBN 978-94-92095-90-9, € 22,50 Kwetsbaarheid (NL) 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-09-6, € 9,50 Making Matters 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-11-9, € 22,50 Mix & Stir 2021, ISBN 978-94-93246-05-8, € 29,90 Neighbourhoods for the Future 2020/2022, ISBN 978-94-92095-78-7, € 27,50 On the Necessity of Gardening 2021, ISBN 978-94-93246-00-3, € 29,90 operatie wooncoöperatie (NL) 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-06-5, € 24,50 Slow Spatial Reader 2021, ISBN 978-94-92095-97-8, € 25,00 Stuck on the Platform 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-08-9, € 25,00

Imaginative Bodies (RP/POD) 2017, ISBN 978-94-92095-20-6, € 19,90

Antennae Series – Arts in Society

In-between Dance Cultures (RP/POD) 2015, ISBN 978-94-92095-11-4, € 19,50

Aesthetic Justice 2015, ISBN 978-90-78088-86-8, € 19,90

Institutional Attitudes 2013, ISBN 978-90-78088-68-4, € 19,50

The Aesthetics of Ambiguity 2020, ISBN 978-94-92095-76-3, € 22,50

Interrupting the City 2015, ISBN 978-94-92095-02-2, € 19,90

Alternative Mainstream (OP) 2015, ISBN 978-90-78088-95-0, € 19,90

Locating the Producers 2011, ISBN 978-90-78088-51-6, € 19,90

The Art of Civil Action 2017, ISBN 978-94-92095-39-8, € 19,90

Mobile Autonomy 2015, ISBN 978-94-92095-10-7, € 22,50

Arts Education Beyond Art (RP/POD) 2015, ISBN 978-90-78088-85-1, € 19,90

Moving Together 2015, ISBN 978-90-78088-52-3, € 19,90

Commonism 2018, ISBN 978-94-92095-47-3, € 22,50 Community Art (2nd revised edition) (RP/POD) 2011 [2014], ISBN 978-90-78088-50-9, € 19,90 Contemporary Artist Residencies (RP/POD) 2018, ISBN 978-94-92095-46-6, € 22,50 Dread 2013, ISBN 978-90-78088-81-3, € 19,50 The Ethics of Art 2014, ISBN 978-90-78088-87-5, € 19,90 The Fall of the Studio (RP/POD) 2009, ISBN 978-90-78088-29-5, € 18,50 The Future of the New 2018, ISBN 978-94-92095-58-9, € 22,50

(OP) = out of print / = uitverkocht (SC) = scarce, almost out of print / laatste exemplaren in zicht (RP/POD) = reprint / herdruk, printing on demand All titles are in English, except for (NL) = in Dutch only Alleen de titels met (NL) zijn in het Nederlands, de rest is in het Engels.

The Murmuring of the Artistic Multitude 2015, ISBN 978-94-92095-04-6, € 19,90 No Culture, No Europe 2015, ISBN 978-94-92095-03-9, € 19,90 Participation Is Risky (SC) 2014, ISBN 978-90-78088-77-6, € 19,50 Performing Mourning 2021, ISBN 978-94-92095-98-5, € 22,50 The Practice of Dramaturgy 2017, ISBN 978-94-92095-18-3, € 19,90 See it Again, Say it Again (RP/POD) 2011, ISBN 978-90-78088-53-0, € 19,50 Spaces for Criticism 2015, ISBN 978-90-78088-75-2, € 19,90 Take Place (OP) 2009, ISBN 978-90-78088-35-6, € 18,50 Teaching Art in the Neoliberal Realm (RP/POD) 2012, ISBN 978-90-78088-57-8, € 19,90 When Fact Is Fiction 2020, ISBN 978-94-92095-71-8, € 22,50

Making Public Series Authenticity? 2017, ISBN 978-94-92095-23-7, € 19,90 Being Public 2017, ISBN 978-94-92095-28-2, € 19,90 Compassion 2017, ISBN 978-94-92095-29-9, € 19,90 Curating Digital Art 2021, ISBN 978-94-93246-01-0, € 26,50 Lost and Living (in) Archives 2017, ISBN 978-94-92095-26-8, € 19,90 Stuck on the Platform 2022, ISBN 978-94-93246-08-9, € 25,00

vis-à-vis series Burning Images 2021, ISBN 978-94-92095-96-1, € 26,50 Conceptual Art in a Curatorial Perspective 2018, ISBN 978-90-78088-76-9, € 25,00 Creative Theories of (Just About) Everything 2020, ISBN 978-94-92095-74-9, € 25,00 Failed Images 2018, ISBN 978-94-92095-45-9, € 25,00 Jean Leering, ‘Het gaat om heel eenvoudige dingen’ (NL) 2018, ISBN 978-94-92095-07-7, € 27,50 The Lure of the Biographical 2017, ISBN 978-94-92095-25-1, € 27,50

PLURAL Series Design Struggles 2020, ISBN 978-94-92095-88-6, € 27,50 Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms 2020, ISBN 978-94-92095-72-5, € 27,50

Brian O’Doherty/Patrick Ireland 2017, ISBN 978-94-92095-24-4, € 25,00 Pavilion Propositions 2018, ISBN 978-94-92095-25-1, € 17,50

Mix & Stir 2021, ISBN 978-94-93246-05-8, € 29,90 Shame! and Masculinity 2020, ISBN 978-94-92095-92-3, € 25,00

The Perfect Spectator 2016, ISBN 978-90-80818-50-7, € 25,00 In the Shadow of the Art Work 2019, ISBN 978-94-92095-66-4, € 25,00 The Shape of Evidence 2015, ISBN 978-90-78088-98-1, € 25,00 Of Sponge, Stone and ... 2016, ISBN 978-90-80818-21-3, € 10,00 The Trade of the Teacher/ Mieke Bal 2018, ISBN 978-94-92095-56-5, € 17,50 Trading between Architecture and Art 2019, ISBN 978-94-92095-67-1, € 25,00 The Transhistorical Museum 2018, ISBN 978-94-92095-52-7, € 19,90 Triple Bond 2017, ISBN 978-90-78088-49-3, € 25,00 Valuing Architecture 2020, ISBN 978-94-92095-93-0, € 25,00

(OP) = out of print / = uitverkocht (SC) = scarce, almost out of print / laatste exemplaren in zicht (RP/POD) = reprint / herdruk, printing on demand All titles are in English, except for (NL) = in Dutch only Alleen de titels met (NL) zijn in het Nederlands, de rest is in het Engels.

De volmaakte beschouwer (e-book) (NL) 2015, ISBN 978-90-78088-97-4, € 10,00

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