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See detailEine Zukunft nach der Zukunft
Miessen, Markus UL; Vogel, Felix

Book published by GfZK (2012)

Published in German, Eine Zukunft nach der Zukunft (A Future after the Future) is a book edited by Felix Vogel and Markus Miessen as part of a series of exhibitions entitled ‘Scenarios about Europe’ ... [more ▼]

Published in German, Eine Zukunft nach der Zukunft (A Future after the Future) is a book edited by Felix Vogel and Markus Miessen as part of a series of exhibitions entitled ‘Scenarios about Europe’, curated by Barbara Steiner. 30 scenarios were created in a collaboration between the Museum of Contemporary Art Leipzig, the Goethe Institut Munich and the regional Goethe Institute in Central and East Europe, Southeast Europe, North West and South West Europe and East Europe/Central Asia, in Brussels, Istanbul, Warsaw, London, Minsk, Vilnius, Oslo and Madrid, addressing the question of: How could an art exhibition with Europe as its theme be realised in nine cities, within and outside of the European Union? In the year 2012, concrete projects and exhibitions entitled “Europe” were realised in Brussels, Istanbul, London, Lodz, Minsk, Novi Sad, Oslo and San Sebastián and in Taipei, Beijing and Shanghai. The locations were chosen as they challenge on various levels political, economic, social and cultural conceptions of Europe. China and Taiwan have a special role in the project: The relationship between China and “Europe” may be seen as exceptionally exposed compared to other relationships between “European” and “non-European” countries. Here, public reporting and political, economical and cultural activities are dominant today. Contributions by : Felix Vogel, Joseph Vogel, Angus Cameron, Markus Miessen, Stefan Heidenreich, Ralph Heidenreich [less ▲]

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See detailAlbtraum Partizipation
Miessen, Markus UL; Voullié, Ronald

Book published by Merve Verlag (2012)

Seit etwa zehn Jahren kann man einen stetig steigenden übermäßigen Gebrauch des Begriffs „Partizipation“ beobachten. In dem Maße, in dem sich jeder zu einem „Teilnehmer“, einem „Partizipanten“ wandelte ... [more ▼]

Seit etwa zehn Jahren kann man einen stetig steigenden übermäßigen Gebrauch des Begriffs „Partizipation“ beobachten. In dem Maße, in dem sich jeder zu einem „Teilnehmer“, einem „Partizipanten“ wandelte, nahm die meist unkritische, naive und romantische Verwendung des Begriffs streckenweise beängstigende Ausmaße an. Versehen mit einem oft nostalgischen Flair von Schutzwürdigkeit, Scheinsolidarität und politischer Korrektheit, hat sich die „Partizipation“ insbesondere in der Politik zur Standardausrede entwickelt, wenn es darum ging, sich aus der Verantwortung zu ziehen. Der hier vorgelegte dritte Teil einer „Trilogie der Partizipation“ versucht die Rolle des „interesselosen Außenseiters“, eines „ungefragten Teilnehmers“ stark zu machen, der, unbehindert von bestehenden Regelvorgaben, einzig mit seinem kreativen Intellekt und dem Willen zur Veränderung ausgerüstet auf den Plan tritt. Graphic Design and Photography by Zak Group. [less ▲]

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See detailMousse ACSP
Miessen, Markus UL

in Mousse ACSP Staedelschule (2011)

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See detailConditions
Miessen, Markus UL

in Conditions, issue 9 New Knowledge - New Practices? (2011), 9

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in Arch+ 204 Politische Räume (Winter School Middle East, Kuwait) (2011)

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See detailMetropolis M no. 5 Politicians Without A Party
Miessen, Markus UL

in Metropolis M (2011), 5

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See detailFrieze blog Dutch Budget Cuts: An Interview
Miessen, Markus UL

in Frieze blog (2011)

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See detailHorizonte – Zeitschrift für Architekturdiskurs, no. 3 ‘The Grand Narratives – Life after Bilbao’
Miessen, Markus UL

in Horizonte – Zeitschrift für Architekturdiskurs, no. 3 ‘The Grand Narratives – Life after Bilbao’ (2011)

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See detailKaleidoscope, issue 10 The Outsider Art (of Politics)
Miessen, Markus UL

in Kaleidoscope, issue 10 The Outsider Art (of Politics) (2011)

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See detailment (Welfare State…ment) Beyond the Nostalgia of Political Spatial Practice
Miessen, Markus UL

in ment (Welfare State…ment) Beyond the Nostalgia of Political Spatial Practice (2011)

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See detailArch+ , no. 201/202 The Future Academy: An Institution in the Making
Miessen, Markus UL

in Arch+ , no. 201/202 The Future Academy: An Institution in the Making (2011)

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See detailArqa – arquitectura e arte, no. 90/91 Experiencias Participativas
Miessen, Markus UL

in Arqa – arquitectura e arte, no. 90/91 Experiencias Participativas (2011)

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See detailBrownbook , no. 25 School of Space
Miessen, Markus UL

in Brownbook , no. 25 School of Space (2011)

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See detailLog 21 Archiving in Formation
Miessen, Markus UL

in Log 21 Archiving in Formation (2011)

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See detailKaleidoscope , issue 09 Quality versus Quantity
Miessen, Markus UL

in Kaleidoscope , issue 09 Quality versus Quantity (2011)

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See detailConditions, no. 7 Tell Them What They Need: The Jury
Miessen, Markus UL

in Conditions, no. 7 Tell Them What They Need: The Jury (2011)

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See detailArchitectural Space as Agent
Miessen, Markus UL; Reed, Patricia; Cupers, Kenny et al

Book published by Fillip (2011)

Conversation on the Winter School that took place in Kuwait 2011. This pamphlet was initiated through the exhibition " House Arrest " at Franklin Street Works, Stamford, Connecticut. The text was first ... [more ▼]

Conversation on the Winter School that took place in Kuwait 2011. This pamphlet was initiated through the exhibition " House Arrest " at Franklin Street Works, Stamford, Connecticut. The text was first published in Fillip 14. [less ▲]

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See detailFillip Summer, no.14 Architectural Space as Agent
Miessen, Markus UL

in Fillip Summer, no.14 Architectural Space as Agent (2011)

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See detailHans Ulrich Obrist: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Curating* But Were Afraid to Ask
Lamm, April; Miessen, Markus UL

Book published by Sternberg Press (2011)

Everything you ever wanted to know about Hans Ulrich Obrist but were afraid to ask has been asked by the sixteen practitioners in this book. Spanning the beginning of his “career” as a young curator in ... [more ▼]

Everything you ever wanted to know about Hans Ulrich Obrist but were afraid to ask has been asked by the sixteen practitioners in this book. Spanning the beginning of his “career” as a young curator in his Zurich kitchen to his time most recently as the Co-Director of Exhibitions and Programs, and Director of International Projects at the Serpentine Gallery in London, the book is a “production of reality conversations.” It undertakes the impossible: pinning down this peripatetic curator, attempting to map his psychogeography so that silences may be transcribed. In a sense, it organizes a “protest against forgetting” and affirms the sagacity of an artist who told this dontstop curator “don’t go” when he “contemplated leaving the art world” for other fields—“to go beyond the fear of pooling knowledge”—in lieu of bringing other fields into the (then) hermetic art world. [less ▲]

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See detailOK Talk
OK Do; Miessen, Markus UL

Book published by OK Do (2011)

OK Talk brings together designers, artists and theorists operating in Finland and Britain to talk about emerging questions in design philosophy and strategic design. The series of events started at ... [more ▼]

OK Talk brings together designers, artists and theorists operating in Finland and Britain to talk about emerging questions in design philosophy and strategic design. The series of events started at Helsinki Design Week on September 4 Topics Making Places Making Places takes a fresh view on spatial practice. It studies both existing and imaginary places, looking at their creation, evolution and essence. The speakers for the two Making Places talks, one in Helsinki and another one in London, range from architects that build, design systems or make music to researchers and designers who create places through cultural activities or visual identities. Using Helsinki and London as starting points, we will encourage the discussion to revolve freely around placemaking in relation to day and night, the natural and the human-made, infrastructure and spirit of spaces, cities and citizens, or planning and spontaneity. Strategies of Participation Strategies of Participation explores the design of encounters, interactions and collaborations. Having used tools and methods such as intuition, friends, different media, travelling, coffee and the paper that you are holding in making OK Talk, we are keen on learning new ways to design participation. The panelists include creative professionals in the fields of interaction design and cultural production specialised in events, online platforms or exhibitions. They are invited to share their skills and insights on creating constructive collisions between people. Borderlands Borderlands explores the crossing of boundaries between design, art and other fields with an emphasis on collaborative practices. The idea of this talk is to look at the role of the designer in the increasingly interconnected world where we see the ambiguity of professional identity, often connected with varied locations, people and modes of practice, as an asset. What can working in between disciplines offer for creative professionals and the world at large? How are design processes changing? The speakers will tackle these questions through their backgrounds that vary from architecture and music to critical and experimental design, publishing and curating.. [less ▲]

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