Dorothée Dupuis

Sprint Book Fair 2016, Nov 25 – 27

22 November 2016

The 2016 edition of the Sprint Book Fair taking place at various locations across Milan is opening November 25 to the 27.

The non-profit, independent publishers and artist books salon is now in its fourth edition, bringing together a weekend of exhibition, talks, performances, screenings, workshops and readings.

Some events include a screening of A Walk with Dorothée Dupuis (Petunia) and Jessica Gysel (Girls Like Us) Around the Chinese Pavilion and the Japanese Tower in Brussels presented by online exhibition space Buenos Tiempos Int. at Teatro Verdi. It will be part of Ten Kilos of Apples in a Straw Basket and a One Hour Sound Piece Surrounded by Magical Carpets by Félicia Atkinson and shelter press where “an environment composed of a poem, a sound piece, ten kilos of apples surrounded by carpets” will be presented. 

The BLADE BANNER group exhibition invites artists to “produce an image all-over printed in a silk fabric module” and features works by Chiara FumaiLorenza Longhi, Beatrice Marchi and Jacopo Miliani among others.

See the Sprint Book Fair website for the full programme and more details.**

Speed Demon Queer Zine, Scanned image (2016). Courtesy of Sprint Book Fair, Milan.
Speed Demon Queer Zine, Scanned image (2016). Courtesy of Sprint Book Fair, Milan.
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Renaud Jerez @ Lodos Gallery, Aug 29 – Nov 1

28 August 2014

Mexico City’s Lodos Gallery is hosting the latest exhibition from Renaud Jerez, titled Yesterday and running from August 29 to November 1.

The Berlin-based artist comes to Mexico for the first time with a new set of work, consisting of two sculptures made with CNC cut on isolation foam as well as a painting, showing once again that his affiliation with so-called post-internet art does nothing to curb his classical approach.

Curated by Dorothée Dupuis, the exhibition takes inspiration from Joseph Cornell’s experimental 1942 film, By Night with Torch and Spear, and Jerez explores the greater narratives promised by technology and the “increasingly schizophrenic relationship between the mass produced devices/images and the bodies that use and consume them”.

See the Lodos Gallery exhibition page for details. **

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