Das Jahr 1990 freilegen shortlisted for the Leipzig Book Fair Prize 2020

Das Jahr 1990 freilegen, edited by Jan Wenzel, and designed by Wolfgang Schwärzler, has been shortlisted for the Leipzig Book Fair Prize 2020 in the category non-fiction book. The winners will be announced at Leipzig Book Fair. Keep fingers crossed!

Book Release Event: I Seem to Live. The New York Diaries, Vol. 1, 1950-1969

on February 12 at 7 PM at Golden Pudel Club with Simeon Melchior, Badrieh Wanli and Christoph Gnädig. Anne König will moderate the reading which will be followed by a film screening.  ⁠

 

Book Presentation with Alexander Kluge and Jan Wenzel at Walther König in Berlin

Alexander Kluge contributed 32 short stories to Das Jahr 1990 freilegen. On Monday, February 10, at 7PM Jan Wenzel and Alexander Kluge will talk about the book at Walther Koenig bookshop in Berlin (Burgstrasse 27, 1078 Berlin). 

Video as Sculpture – Yvon Chabrowski

Katalog-Präsentation

VIDEO AS SCULPTURE | YVON CHABROWSKI

mit Texten von Marc Ries, Elisabeth Fritz, Inke Arns, Robert Sakrowski, Katharina Lee Chichester sowie Daniel Niggemann und Jan Frederik Bandel

Gestaltung: Pascal Storz und Fabian Bremer Verlag: Spector Books

Im Katalog werden drei Werkreihen von Yvon Chabrowski vorgestellt. Ihre Einzelausstellung BODIES AND VALUES mit einer Auswahl der vorgestellten Arbeiten eröffnet im Februar 2020 in der Kunsthalle Rostock.

Jan Wenzel (Spector Books) im Gespräch mit Yvon Chabrowski und Pascal Storz

Montag, 24. Februar 2020, 19 Uhr
Rotorbooks, Kolonnadenstr. 5-7, 04109 Leipzig

Fehler lesen. Korrektur als Textproduktion

Please feel invited to Fehler lesen – a reading-performance and talk with Tabea Nixdorff and Monique Ulrich at diffract – centre for theoretical periphery on Sat, January 25, 2020 at 7.30 PM. ⁠

Tabea Nixdorff will be reading from her essay “Fehler lesen. Korrektur als Textproduktion,” followed by the reading-performance “Just as I meant shimmer literally, I mean grammar literally,” in which the textual stuttering of corrections and errata evolve as a soundscape.⁠ 

 

THE NEW YORK DIARIES OF JONAS MEKAS

To celebrate the release of I Seem to Live. The New York Diaries, 1950-2011, Vol. 1, Anthology hosts a special reading from the diaries, with participants including poet and writer Vyt Bakaitis who worked with Mekas on his seminal book I Had Nowhere to Go; Florence and Ken Jacobs, filmmakers and colleagues for many years; filmmaker Chuck Smith and other special guests. The reading precedes one of the screenings of Anthology’s new restoration of Mekas’s first feature film, GUNS OF THE TREES (1961)