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$45.00

Published:
110 pages

Designed by James Langdon,Has Man A Function In Universe? is part of an ongoing project begun in 2002 to develop forty projects related to forty questions written by R. Buckminster Fuller. Each project is an artwork or a combination of artworks, developed in response to one of the questions. Of all the questions ‘Has Man A Function In Universe?’ may be the key that binds and directs all of the other questions. Gavin Wade has commissioned artists and writers to respond to this question using a combination of text and image.
The publication will reflect the process of the project – an ‘exquisite corpse’ involving collaboration, dissemination and the combining of works.

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Strategic Questions #2: Has Man a Function in Universe?


Recent Editions

$250.00

Published:
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To mark the end of Kelly Richardson’s 15 year survey exhibition ‘Legion’ with its final installment this summer at the Contemporary Art Gallery Vancouver (July 11-Sept 7, 2014), a series of new limited edition prints have been produced and are now on offer.

The Erudition (IV & V) are brand new prints adding to the existing large scale video installation and C-prints. As an edition of 100, they can be purchased either singly or as a pair. Editions 1-20 will be sold only as a pair.

Kelly Richardson – The Erudition (IV & V), 2010
C-prints, edition of 100.

For sale as a set of two for $450 or sold individually for $250 each. To order please email contact@contemporaryartgallery.ca, thank you.

These prints are ordered from the artist with an additional shipping cost of $20, shipping from the UK.

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Kelly Richardson – The Erudition (IV & V)


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$45.00

Published:
110 pages

Designed by James Langdon,Has Man A Function In Universe? is part of an ongoing project begun in 2002 to develop forty projects related to forty questions written by R. Buckminster Fuller. Each project is an artwork or a combination of artworks, developed in response to one of the questions. Of all the questions ‘Has Man A Function In Universe?’ may be the key that binds and directs all of the other questions. Gavin Wade has commissioned artists and writers to respond to this question using a combination of text and image.
The publication will reflect the process of the project – an ‘exquisite corpse’ involving collaboration, dissemination and the combining of works.

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Strategic Questions #2: Has Man a Function in Universe?


$15.00

Published:
44 pages

Edited and designed by James Langdon, this is the fifth draft user’s manual for Eastside Projects, a free public gallery in Birmingham opened in September 2008, that is being imagined and organised by artists. It explains what the organisation is made of, how it was set up, who it is for, how it can be used and what it can offer. As would be the case when operating a machine or learning a subject, a manual may be necessary for the full use of of Eastside Projects. In this draft, the manual is structured as an alphabetical compendium of verbs. Each of these interconnected entries describes an activity engaged in by Eastside Projects as an organisation or a process occurring in the Eastside Projects building. Beneath each entry is a prompt to the reader to follow one of multiple narrative paths through the text. Readers unfamiliar with Eastside Projects should begin at Describing. Others suggested starting points Welcoming, Exhibiting, Narrating, Complicating, integrating.

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User’s Manuel Eastside Projects Draft 5


$10.00

Published:
14 pages

This book compiles research produced at five ‘A School for Design Fiction’ workshops at London College of Communication (London), Fahrenheit 39 (Ravenna, IT), Konstfack (Stockholm), Registration School (London) and Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver), with contributions from Peter Nencini, Francesco Pedraglio, Samara Scott and Batia Suter.

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James Langdon – A School for Design Fiction Workbook


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