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Mousse 45
October-November 2014

SAD OR SORRY? IMPERIAL GESTURES, GOOD IDEAS AND THE NEED
TO SPEAK. (SOME THOUGHTS ON AUTHORITY)
Jan Verwoert

STYLOMETRY: PART II
John Menick

THE THEATER OF VIOLENCE
Sladja Blazan

LAV DIAZ
Manila in the Claws of Darkness
Giulio Bursi

GOTTFRIED LINDAUER
Can the Maori Speak?
Jens Hoffmann

ON DISINTEGRATION
Andrew Durbin

NOTES ON THE POST-DIGITAL CONDITION
Omar Kholeif

I WANT TO BE YOUR LOVER, NOT JUST BE YOUR FRIEND. LEARNING TO ESCAPE THE POLITICS OF PREDICTION
Chus Martínez

ADAM BROOMBERG AND OLIVER CHANARIN
Be Furious You’re Going to Die
Adam Carr

ROBERT GOBER
Objects in Transition
Hans Ulrich Obrist

JEAN-FRÉDÉRIC SCHNYDER
Guilty Pleasures
Massimiliano Gioni

THE AUTHORITY OF THE READYMADE AND OTHER FALLACIES
Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy

MÉLANIE MATRANGA
Staging the Everyday
Laura McLean-Ferris

GUAN XIAO
What Is It We Have Seen?
Nav Haq

MINIMALISM AS PATHOS
Nick Currie

ALICE KÖNITZ AND KIM FISHER
Pieced Together
Andrew Berardini

STEINAR HAGA KRISTENSEN
The Fundamental Part of Any Act. Bells, Carpets and Great Ideas
Steinar Haga Kristensen, Valentinas Klimašauskas, and Eirik Senje

BRUCE MCLEAN AND TAMARA HENDERSON
On the Life of Objects
Krist Gruijthuijsen

THE END OF ART IN PUBLIC SPACE
Jennifer Allen

PATRICK STAFF
A Structural Idea of Fluidity
Gil Leung and Patrick Staff

THE INEVITABLE EXPLOSION
Filipa Ramos with Eva Franch i Gilabert, Hila Peleg, Kristine Siegel & Rhea Dall, Tarek Atoui