Liz Deschenes' first monograph, presented in conjunction with the exhibition at Secession, features a range of works spanning much of the artist's career. One hundred richly illustrated pages include an interview with Bettina Spörr and texts by Johanna Burton and Ruth Horak.
This volume provides a collection of the writings of François Laruelle, one of the most creative and subversive philosophers working today. The book opens with an introduction based upon an in-depth interview with the author and closes with several experimental texts, most of which have not previously appeared in English translation.
Events & Postings:
We Remain in the Night that is in the
Night: Laruelle's Experimental Texts
by M Kitchell
Entropy, May 22, 2014
The Number and the Siren review
by Grant Wiedenfeld
MLN, Volume 128, Number 4, Sept. 2013
Giuseppe Longo & Benedict Singleton
Perspective, Alienation, Escape
September 26, 2013, 7:30PM
Miguel Abreu Gallery
36 Orchard Street New York, NY
Zalamea Review by Tzuchien Tho
Mute, June 19, 2013
Alain Badiou lecture
Does the notion of activist art still have a meaning?