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printed matter TARLO, RELLY and BEDAUX, JACOBA TIME BASED ARTS

RELLY TARLO and JACOBA BEDAUX, invitation, 1983

RELLY TARLO and JACOBA BEDAUX, invitation, 1983
14,7 x 21 cm
print on thin paper
published by Time Based Arts, Amsterdam
splendid condition, although slightly aged paper
very rare
€ 60,- plus € 8,- Track & Trace registered mail
inv.TBArts 996

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CARRIÓN, ULISES HOOVER, NAN MARROQUIN, RAÚL printed matter THEUWS, ROOS TIME BASED ARTS WEINER, LAWRENCE

TIME BASED ARTS, Videotape Performance Installation, catalogue, 1984

TIME BASED ARTS, Videotape Performance Installation, catalogue, 1984
21,5 x 15,6 x 3,8 cm
122 loose cards, card holder
incl. list of 59 artists on “Index” card and list of 82 artists on “Contents” card
condition: very good, although the cover has very slight traces of use and stack of cards is pristine, apart from tiny dog’s ear on price list (top card)
extremely rare
€ 950,- plus € 20,- Track & Trace registered mail
inv.TBarts 865

 

This catalogue contains loose cards with an “Index” card on the top part of the stack showing a list of 59 artists, although a “Contents” card at the bottom of the stack shows a extended and final list of 82 participating artists.
The names in bold are only featured on the “Index” card and for some reason they don’t appear on the more elaborated loose list of “Contents” at the end of the stack.
VITO ACCONCI
SIREEN ABDOELRAHMAN
MARINA ABRAMOVIC
LOUS AMERICA
LAURIE ANDERSEN
ARNO ARTS
BABETH
PETER BAREN
CHRISTIAAN BASTIAANS
JACOBA BEDAUX
MARCELLE VAN BEMMEL
ARTHUR BERKHOF
LEONIE BODEVING
KLAUS BOEGEL
HANS BREDER
KLAUS VOM BRUCH
DANIEL BRUN
PHYLIS BULKIN
ULISES CARRION
CHRISTINE CHIFFRUN
PIETER CORNELISSEN
DANIEL DANIEL
BEN D’ARMAGNAC
PAUL DOUGHERTHY
MICHAEL DRUKS
JAAP DRUPSTEEN
SWITHAN I DULAYE
ROSE FINN-KELCEY
MARION GADIOT
HENRYK GAJEWSKI
GAMMAGLUBOLINE
DAVID GARCIA
GENERAL IDEA
AD GERRITSEN
CLAUDIO GOULART
HEINER HOLTAPPELS
NAN HOOVER
MADELON HOOYKAAS
ELLEN M. JANSSEN
JAAP DE JONGE
VIC JOSEPH
CHRISTINE KOENIGS
HARRIE DE KROON
DIEK KUBBE
UWE F. LAYSIEPEN
JOHN LIGGINS
CHRISTINA LINARIS-CORIDOU
ANGELA LINDERS
FRITS MAATS
RAUL MARROQUIN
HEIKE MELBA FENDEL
ERIC METCALFE
MICHAEL MORRIS
PAUL MULLER
ANTONIO MUNTADAS
IAN NICHOLS
ROBERT J. NOTTROT
MARCEL ODENBACH
YVONNE OERLEMANS
HENNIE VAN OOSTEN
ASTA OLAFSDOTTIR
HENNY VAN OOSTEN
FLAVIO PONS
INE POPPE
FABIENNE DE QUASA RIERA
MIKE QUEE
ULRIKE ROSENBACH
LYDIA SCHOUTEN
MICHAEL SHABTAY
JEFFREY SHAW
TJARDA SIXMA
ELSA STANSFIELD
RELLY TARLO
ROOS THEUWS
VINCENT TRASOV
UNDERPASS
PAULA VANES
JULIA VENTURA
MARIEKEN VERHEYEN
MICHIEL VIJSELAAR
LAWRENCE WEINER
WACKENHUT
VICTOR WENTINCK
ALBERT VAN WESTING
ANNIE WRIGHT

 

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BRUN, DANIEL CARRIÓN, ULISES MARROQUIN, RAÚL prints sound: vinyl records, CD's TARLO, RELLY and BEDAUX, JACOBA TIME BASED ARTS

RAÚL MARROQUIN, Telephone Piece, 1983 [Time Based Arts bulletin]

RAÚL MARROQUIN, announcement “Telephone Piece”, 1983
42,2 x 30,2 cm
offset print,
TBA / Time Based Arts, November bulletin: Sound Works
twice folded as mailed
published by Vereniging van Videokunstenaars, Amsterdam
excellent condition, although very slightly aged paper
€ 190,- + € 15,- registered mail
inv.RMar 990

 

This poster announces presentations by Relly Tarlo / Jacoba Bedaux, Raúl Marroquin and Daniel Brun.

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BROPHY, PHILIP & KOZIC, MARIA CANTRILL, ARTHUR & CORINE CARRIÓN, ULISES DAVILA, JUAN & MUNZ, MARTIN films FRANK, DALE MÜLLER, PAUL PARR, MIKE printed matter RANDALL & BENDINELLI TIME BASED ARTS

MIKE PARR, Performance – action, 1983 [poster Time Based Arts]

MIKE PARR, Performance – action, 1983
42,2 x 30,2 cm
offset print, September bulletin
published by Time Based Arts, Amsterdam
excellent condition
rare
€ 180,- plus € 8,- Track & Trace registered mail
inv.MPar 992

This poster announces video and film presentations about videos/films from Australia. Other presentations by Mike Parr (performance-action), Paul Müller, Arthur and Corine Cantrill, Juan Davila & Martin Munz, Dale Frank, Randall & Bendinelli and Philip Brophy & Maria Kozic

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artist's books GARCÍA, DORA photographs printed matter prints TIME BASED ARTS

DORA GARCÍA, The Sinthome Score, 2015 [incl. original drawing]

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DORA GARCÍA, The Sinthome Score, 2015, alias Venice Sinthome Score Edition
26,5 x 37 x 11,5 cm
printed matter, photo print + original drawing, signed, numbered
score book (31 x 23 cm) used as performance prop, numbered and also signed
edition 16
published by ProjectSD, Barcelona, Spain

7 parts
– one of the scores (performance prop) used by the performers during the exhibition in the Venice Biennual 2015, signed with initials, numbered
– original drawing made by Dora García in A4 size, which refers to the cosmogonies created for the work, signed
– photograph, 30 x 24 cm, C-print of a moment of the performance in Venice, signed with initials, dated, numbered
– catalogue ‘I See Words’ (sealed)
– folio with certificate of authenticity, signed, dated in print
– folio with sticker
– cardboard archive box with sticker

The work of the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan appears in García’s recent work. The score of the performance is based on an “unofficial” English translation of Jacques Lacan’s seminar 23 “Le Sinthome” (1975-1976), a series of ten lectures that drew from the writings of James Joyce to elaborate on language, the unconscious, and a reconsideration of the Borromean knot.
Lacan and his relationship to James Joyce is the subject of the Dora García’s work The Sinthome Score. The term “sinthome” (symptom) originates from a text of the same name by Lacan, Le Séminaire livre XXIII, Le Sinthome (1975-1976) where Lacan uses Joyce’s writings to expand his model of the three rings composing a Borromean knot, i.e. Symbolic, Imaginary and Real. Joyce’s subversion of language becomes a way of knotting them together, as well as avoiding their collapse into madness: it is the synthome (symptom; synthomeis spelled in old French), in homage to the Irish writer’s penchant for etymology, portmanteaus and polyglotism.

The Sinthome Score (performance publication, photograph of performance): two people perform as a duo, where one of them reads from a book (cover looks like a music score publication) called “The Sinthome Score” and the second one executes a series of movements that change each time the reader begins a new chapter, following instructions in the book.

Garcia’s work is accompanied by ten sets of movements, one drawn for each of the ten lectures. Two performers determine the rhythm, cadence, and speed of the performance. Garcia’s score and choreographic notation welcome new participants, accidental stutters of the body, or slips of the tongue. It is left to the visitor to decide if, how, and when to enter the conversation. The performance was shown at the Venice Biennale 2015, running continuously during the opening hours.

The publication is one of the scores used at the Venice Biennual 2015.

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