Sebastian Chichocki and Galit Eilat
A Cookbook for Political Imagination accompanies the exhibition at the 2011 Venice Biennale’s Polish Pavilion titled … and Europe will be stunned.
This book is a unprecedented doorway into the contemporary Japanese creative scene: the staff of the hyper-connected Japanese magazine QUOTATION introduces the crème de la crème of that nation’s creative producers from an array of media to the rest of the world.
Despite making award-winning work spanning filmmaking, fiction, dance and acting, and participating in the 2009 Venice Biennale, Tel Aviv-born artist Keren Cytter can’t be accused of taking herself too seriously: “I studied art because I wanted to go to New York and wash dishes,” she says.
Featuring new works created for the 2011 Venice Biennale by film and video artist Tim Davies (who will represent Wales), this color catalog documents the artist’s powerful video and sculptural installations, known for challenging notions of colonial power and globalization.