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Welcome to the CAG Shop, browse and buy from a selection of over 40 publications and limited edition artworks.

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This artist’s book is the final part of a photographic work, the first three parts of which were installations. The book consists of twelve fold-outs with text by the artist. Bancroft posits a concern with the landscape as an individual creates it through her/his own history and imagination. The bookwork reflects the impulse to interrupt a smooth narrative reading.

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Marian Penner Bancroft – TWO PLACES AT ONCE: Transfigured Wood Part 4


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$150.00

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Designed by Åbäke, a limited edition game with a box of 96 colour cards, edition of 146.

Display all the cards face down on a table.
Players take it in turn to flip over two cards at a time until a pairing is found and agreed. Remove the pairs and continue until the table is empty.

Co-published by Dente-De-Leone, UK and Motive Gallery, Brussels.

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Aurélien Froment – Table Of Recall


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$13.00

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This artist’s book is the final part of a photographic work, the first three parts of which were installations. The book consists of twelve fold-outs with text by the artist. Bancroft posits a concern with the landscape as an individual creates it through her/his own history and imagination. The bookwork reflects the impulse to interrupt a smooth narrative reading.

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Marian Penner Bancroft – TWO PLACES AT ONCE: Transfigured Wood Part 4


$25.00

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35 pages

Burning Bush was published on the occasion of the exhibition by the same name held at Artspeak, September 9 to October 15, 2005. Speculating on belief, Kevin Schmidt’s video Burning Bush and Juan Gaitan’s essay Doubt as an Optical Illusion, instigate discussions around faith, disbelief and humanity. Schmidt’s extended landscape portrait of a burning bush intermingles religious, political and art historical mythologies to point to the languages, both visual and textual, of doctrine. In the staging of a miracle, the bush assumes a kind of faltering breath, a sense of possibility. If the bush is indeed “a sleeping life,” Burning Bush awakens in the viewer the prospect of humanistic consideration. Schmidt’s and Gaitan’s investigations are pertinent given the ongoing disasters reported on daily: New Orleans’ sinking, Iraq’s continued bedlam, environmental disaster, terror. In this climate of physical and philosophical crisis, miracles gain possibility, potency and even efficacy. They can ask us to suspend our (dis)belief and bear witness to the world. Burning Bush extends an invitation to meditate on aesthetic, cultural, political and spiritual references, offering the potential of sublime wonder and growth.

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Kevin Schmidt – Burning Bush


$40.00

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730 pages

This publication is based on an online project by renowned UK artist, writer and theater director Tim Etchells.
Throughout 2011, Vacuum Days created online announcements like playbills for a rolling programme of imaginary events. Spelled out in overzealous capitals and small print, the project web site was updated each day in a process of call and response with unfolding political situations and events.
In this published version of Vacuum Days, Etchells’ explores the zone of sensationalist media, news-as-pornography, hyped-up current affairs, Internet spam, twitter gossip and tabloid headlines. Vacuum Days – a Dadaist year book of sorts – conjures a set of caustic, far-fetched, unlikely, absurd and uncomfortable performances, lectures, contests, fights, film screenings and other forms of public display.

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Tim Etchells – Vacuum Days


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