Mousse #72

Authors: edited by Giovanna Manzotti, Chiara Moioli, Antonio Scoccimarro, Isabella Zamboni
Publisher: Mousse Publishing (2020)

Paperback: 296 pages
Language: English/Italian

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RÉSUMÉ

The Musical Chairs That Is Capitalism by Estelle Hoy; Hudinilson Jr. by Paulo Miyada, walking in Chicago with Hendrik Folkerts; Brook Hsu in conversation with Ross Simonini; a short story by Travis Jeppesen ; Primavera (An Elegy) by Sabrina Tarasoff; Anthropy: What the Post-Human Looks Like by Dieter Roelstraete; Ian Wilson by Catherine Wood; Omar Kholeif charts the ailing effects of living in an increasingly sick society…
Mousse is a bimonthly contemporary art magazine. Established in 2006, Moussecontains interviews, conversations, and essays by some of the most important figures in international criticism, visual arts, and curating today, alternated with a series of distinctive articles in a unique tabloid format.
table of contents
THE MUSICAL CHAIRS THAT IS CAPITALISM
Estelle HoyHUDINILSON JR.
To Caress, to Fondle, to Covet
Paulo MiyadaWALKING IS AN ACT OF SEEING IS AN ACT OF READING IS AN ACT OF WALKING
Hendrik FolkertsBROOK HSU
Beyond the Material, Substance Must Be Reckoned
Ross Simonini

TIDBITS (PART I)
Magdalena Suarez Frimkess by Michael Ned Holte
Lee Kai Chung by Emily Verla Bovino
Lewis Hammond by Moritz Scheper
Danielle Dean by Charles Aubin
Salman Toor by David Everitt Howe
Peter Nagy by Wendy Vogel
Amitai Romm by Kristian Vistrup Madsen
Mira Schor by Camila McHugh

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Travis Jeppesen
PRIMAVERA (AN ELEGY)
Sabrina TarasoffANTHROPY: WHAT THE POST-HUMAN LOOKS LIKE
Dieter RoelstraeteIAN WILSON
A Rose Is a Rose Is a Rose
Catherine WoodSICK LIVING, SICK SOCIETY

Omar Kholeif

TIDBITS (PART II)
Yu Ji by Billy Tang
Heinz Frank by Caroline Dumalin
Cinga Samson by Rahel Aima
Urara Tsuchiya by Chris Sharp
Jasmin Werner by Philipp Hindahl

Caroline Bachmann by Elise Lammer
Sandra Mujinga by Attilia Fattori Franchini
Anne Minich by Caitlin MacBride

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