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NEW CANCELLED BOOK OUT SOON DEC 12th 2018 :))
WITH AND INTRODUCTION BY MARLIE MUL, AND ESSAYS BY LINDA STUPART AND GEORGIA HORGAN.
DESIGN BY MAXIMAGE, DISTRIBUTED BY MARLIE MUL AND BY MOTTO BOOKS.

CANCELLED BOOK AND GROUND ZINE FOR SALE
AT ASPF4 ARTIST BOOK FAIR AT THE ICA LONDON
DEC 9th 2018 12-7pm

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ground 

--- edited by Harry Burke and Marlie Mul, ground is a zine that sets out to look beyond institutions in their current form as dominant frameworks for artistic production, and embraces grassroots political and aesthetic perspectives. –– featuring texts by Linda Stupart, Shellyne Rodriguez, Khairani Barokka, images by The Gate, Jean-Michel Wicker, Beatrice Glow ...and lots more

issue 1 / May 2018 --- + NOW SOLD AT: AFTER 8 BOOKS, PARIS / ICA BOOKSTORE, LONDON / WORLD FOOD BOOKS, MELBOURNE / SAN SERRIFFE, AMSTERDAM / BANNER REPEATER, LONDON / BOOKARTBOOKSHOP, LONDON / DE DRUKKERIJ, MIDDELBURG / WIELS, BRUSSELS / PINA, VIENNA / FRAC LORRAINE, METZ / AYE-AYE BOOKS, GLASGOW / CENTRE D’EDITION CONTEMPORAINE, GENEVA / LIBRAIRIE ORAIBI + BECK BOOKS, GENEVA / PRO QM, BERLIN / HOPSCOTCH READING ROOM, BERLIN / MOTTO, BERLIN / ECKHAUS LATTA, LOS ANGELES / MOTHER CULTURE, LOS ANGELES / PRINTED MATTER, NEW YORK / TWO BRIDGES MUSIC ARTS, NEW YORK / AND FIND GROUND AT NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY SEWARD PARK BRANCH --- CONTACT ME IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO STOCK GROUND :)


new ground poster project! / conceived and designed by marlie mul and harry burke on behalf of ground, a counter-institutional fanzine, november 2018 / in collaboration with students from École supérieure d'art de Lorraine (ESAL) for the exhibition "Fabriques de contre-savoirs" at 49 Nord 6 Est –FRAC Lorraine, Metz, France, 11.09.2018–10.02.2019.

Thank you to Fanny Gonella and Colette Angeli for initiating and supporting the exchange, Jean-Christophe Roelens for his friendly cooperation, Tristan Gac for the English to French translations, and to the students: Joséphine Bosvot, Alicia Dupont Lievens, Mathilde Chevallier, Virgile Tron, Antonin Caniparoli, Stefania Crisan, Carolina Fonseca, Kelly Molon, Loïne Desenclos, Kim Detraux, Agathe Rousseau, Camille Rabourdin, Antoine Arrinda, Camille Chastant, Laurine Perrot, Claire Arnaiz, Juliette Maniscalco.

Marlie Mul is currently artist in residence at Wiels in Brussels

PROJECTS:
2018 Booby
2017 Cancelled Exhibition at GoMA, Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow
2015 Arbeidsvitaminen
2013 Boneless Banquet for One & So We Came Anyway, In Barrels

2013 Great Offers... (Marlie Mul and Morag Keil)
2012 No Oduur (Your Smoke Draws Me In) & Stop Being So Attractive I Can't Get Anything Done
2012 Second Hand Smoke (Printed Publication)
2010 Long Dream Found Missing Kept Forever True (Hug over a Distance) & Kiss-You-Through-The-Phone

FOR OTHER PROJECTS AND COLLBORATIONS CLICK HERE

at Mother Culture, Los Angeles September 2018


SOLO SHOWS: Stuff, (2018), Mother Culture, Los Angeles ✺ Booby, (2017) Croy Nielsen, ViennaArbeidsvitaminen, (2015) Vilma Gold, London ✺ No Oduur, T25, Ingolstadt (DE) ✺ Boneless Banquet for One, (2013) Croy Nielsen, Berlin ✺ So We Came Anyway, In Barrels, (2012/2013) Fluxia, Milan ✺ No Oduur (Your Smoke Draws Me In), (2012) Oslo10, Basel ✺ (No Oduur) Stop Being So Attractive I Can't Get Anything Done, (2012) Autocenter, Berlin ✺ No Oduur, (2012) SPACE, London ✺ No Oduur, (2011) STUDIO, Berlin ✺ 2-PERSON SHOW: Great Offers..., with Morag Keil, CEO Gallery, Malmö

FOR LIST OF SOME GROUP SHOWS CLICK HERE

TEXTS:
Press text for "Booby" by Paul Clinton, 2017
Arbeidsvitaminen (press text) 2015
Rosa Bonheur catalogue essay by Marlie Mul for exhibition Door Between Either And Or, Kunstverein München, Germany, 2014. Also published on eflux conversations.
PROJECT X by Marlie Mul, 2013
Petrolia by Harry Burke, 2013
Letter from D.N. by D.N., 2013
Second Hand Smoke by Marlie Mul, 2012 (press text)
(Contra)Production by Marlie Mul and Sidsel Meineche Hansen. Fulcrum #10, 2011
Texts on Long Distance Relationships by Marlie Mul, 2010

CURATORIAL: Door Between Either and Or, co-curated with Judith Hopf ~ at Kunstverein München, 2013

for more info please contact: info@croynielsen.com