Really Simple Syndication together with SixtyEight Art Institute – and a great range of writers and thinkers – is launching the first publication in a series of books focusing on artistic research and exhibition-making concerns by emerging artists and curators.
The book Ars Memoria contains reproductions of the artworks produced by Helene Nymann for the exhibition at Rundetaarn (a historical landmark and exhibition space in Copenhagen), as well as contributions from artist Joachim Koester, curator Iben Bach Elmstrøm, poet Mette Moestrup, neuroscientist Lauren Silbert, and psychologist Diana Ø. Tørsløv Møller.
The texts explore the themes of the exhibition, discussing the ideas of the Renaissance polymath Giordano Bruno and art historian Aby Warburg. This publication explores the interplay between perception and memory in our understanding of the world and on ideas, regarding materialized forms of memory and duration.
We kindly ask you to contact us if you are interested in buying this limited edition and publication and as a way to also support emergent artistic research. This publication has been realized with the generous support of many friends and cultural institutions in Copenhagen.
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Price: 175 Kr
1st edition of 150 copies
Really Simple Syndication is SixtyEight Art Institute‘s independent publishing arm. Co-founded and edited by the writer and art historian Christopher Sand-Iversen and artist Hugo Hopping. This new press aims to re-imagine the relationship between art, theory, and literature as a way of fostering a new critical discourse and looking to formulate an international voice from the perspective of SixtyEight’s physical presence in Copenhagen.