14/09/2018 – 14/09/2018

BOOKLAUNCH S&D#024/APE#117: OCCUPATION AND HOSPITALITY

in continuation of: S&D#024 / APE#047: So Many Dark Gifts and S&D#024 / APE#069: Sabotage and Complicity

14.09.2018
19:00 — 21:00

019 was never going to remain the only place we worked in. From the start, it’s been a laboratory that swings us into unknown directions, constantly sharpening our sense of improvisation and reinvention on the spot. For three years, from 2013 onwards, we made that old welding factory at Dok Noord in Ghent (Belgium) the focal point of our activities. People even started to identify the entirety of our collective, Smoke & Dust, with what was basically only the name of its nineteenth project. We became 019. The whole project turned us upside down. But in doing so, we became aware as well. We understood that the act of occupying and taking possession of the site was not the goal of our work at all. From the inside out, starting with a wooden construction in its interior and up to the billboard at an outside wall and a series of flagpoles on the roof, we gradually developed the place into an assembly of undergrounds for public and artistic encounter, an emerging space for collaboration that was grounded on the premise that all media at our disposal were common grounds to be rediscovered. That is when the work began. That is when things began to move, for real. That is when we realized—artists, architects, designers and the like—we had all turned into scenographers, regardless of our discipline: co-authors of a scene that was constructed out of margins and constraints, participants in a game of give and take that we endlessly play around a display we like to recycle. In the end, that’s how 019, our handling of its space through appropriation and dispossession, became the site of a moving practice, a collaborative way of working ready to be moved, reproduced and reinvented elsewhere.

1. Occupation and Hospitality: Essay by Tom Van Imschoot
2.Parallel Projections: Essay by Prem Krishnamurthy
3. Practice. A Way of Practicing / Something to do with Architecture / The Importance of a Door: Essay by Jan De Vylder
4. 019 — Museum of Moving Practice: Photo-essay by Michiel De Cleene )

A4 / 304 pages, in continuation of:
S&D#024 / APE#047: So Many Dark Gifts
S&D#024 / APE#069: Sabotage and Complicity

Published by APE (Art Paper Editions) & Smoke & Dust

This event coincides with SUNDAYS and with the opening of the temporary PUBLIC OBSERVATORY at 21h on the roof of 019. A project by De Cleene De Cleene. (More info on that soon!)

S&D:024 are: 4478 Zine, 8 Ball Zines, a/b Books, Accattone, Action, Adolfo, Ae_architecten, Alberto García del Castillo, Aline Bouvy, All Things Contemporary, Alles Kan, Alma Matters, a+m bookstore edizioni, Amina Saâdi, And Many More, Animal Press, Anna Kulachek, Anna Puschel, Anne Wies, Annelien Snyers, Archipel, Arctic Paper Benelux, Arne Wastyn, Arno Amandt, Arnout De Cleene, Arseen Verhelst, Art Paper Editions, Artbeat Publishers, Arthur Dekker, Arthur Haegeman, Artlead, Asa Moto, atelier arnederuyte, Bandiz Studio, Bart de Baets, Be-Part, Bea1991, Ben Thorp Brown, Bernard Villers, Bert De Backer, Bert Huyghe, Bieke Criel, Billboard Series, Björn Schumacher, Bobby Dekker, Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite, Boomtown, Bram De Jonghe, Bráulio Amado, Bulk artbooks, Buren, Béla Pablo Janssen, CQMT, Camiel Diels, Carina Diepens, Carton 123, Chambre Autmatique, Chantal van Rijt, Charlotte Stuby, Charlotte Thomas, Chiba, Chloé D’Hauwe, Christine Denamur, Christopher Hamamoto, City Of Ghent, Common Room, Corneel Cannaerts, Corné Bloed, Cultuur Gent, DOUMA, Daniel Eatock, Daphne Mulder, Das Kunst, David Horvitz, David Kalata, De Cleene De Cleene, De Fabriek Eindhoven, Derek Sullivan, Design museum Gent, Dew Press, Dexter Sinister, Diagonal Press, Dienst Stedelijke Vernieuwing en Gebiedsgerichte Werking, Do the Print, Dries Segers, Easter, Editions Menard, Edizione Multicolore, Eike König, Elsbeth Ronner, Emi Kodama, Emmanuelle Quertain, Erik Brandt, Estate Philippe Vandenberg, Esther Venrooy, Eva L’Hoest, Experimental Jetset, FAK Feminist Collective, Faculty of Architecture – KU Leuven, Febe Man, Ferre Marnef, Fie Malem, Fien De Causmaecker, Filip Dujardin, Fiona Banner AKA The Vanity Press, Flandres Gouvernement, Florance Giroud, Frans Masereel Centrum, Frederik Sutter, From Me To You Publications, Fruzsina Pintér, Fw: Books, Féros magazine, Für dich Verlag, Gagarin, Gaika, Gestalte, Gianni Goethals, Gill Van Eeckhout, Gladys Dumez, Gloria Glitzer, Goedele Dewilde, Grafische Cel, Guang Yu, Gustave Demoen, H E 4 R T B R O K E N, H110, Hana Miletic, Hand Habits, Hannelore van Dijck, Hector Devriendt, Helmut Smits, Hermine Cooreman, Het Balanseer, Hou Chien Cheng, Humboldt Books, IF Publications, IFBR, INFABORE (former I.F.B.R), Il Palestino, Ilke Gers, Inan Yigit, Inconsistant Face-Body Relationship, Ine Meganck, Inge Ketelers, Jade Kerremans, Jan & Randoald, Jan Panev, Jan de Vylder, Jan van Eyck Academie, Jens Wijnendaele, Jiri Oplatek, Job Floris, Joep Van Baast, Jolien Wallenus, Jon Sueda, Jonas Von Lenthe, Jordi Rondeel, Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Juhee, Julia Gersten, Julie Pfleiderer, Julie Vankerckhoven, Jurgen Maelfeyt, KASK / School of Arts, Karel Martens, Kasper Bosmans, Kasper De Vos, Katrien Doms, Katrien Lagrange, Kedr Livanskiy, Kelly Vermeiren, Ken Garland & Associates, Kitschic Ediciones, Kobe Vandenberghe, Kraak, Kunstverein Amsterdam, Kunstverein München, Kåre Frang, LUCA / School of Arts, La Houle, Laat Maar, Lara Gasparotto, Laura Van Biervliet, Laurent Bosteels, Laurent Dupont, Le Bal, Le1f, LeMegot Editions, Leen Vantichelen, Leo Verlinden, Leontien Allemeersch, Leslie Steen, Lieselot Hoedt, Lisa Baerschneider, Lisa Van Hoecke, Little bit ill. Publications, Lore Vanuffelen, Louie Mauws, Loup Sarion, Lubok Verlag, Lucas Devriendt, Lugemik, Lydia Debeer, Lyre Press, Lysandre Begijn, MER. Paper Kunsthalle, Malenki, Manor Grunewald, Manuel Padding, Marc Nagtzaam, Marching Church, Margot Vanhassel, Marie Van den Broucke, Marijs Kempynck, Marion, Beaupere, Mark Goethals, Marketa de Borggraef, Marlena Rether, Martin Belou, Martino Tattara, Mathew Kneebone, Mathieu Serruys, Matière Primaire, Matteo Paris, Max Kesteloot, Max Pinckers, Mayke Vandenweyer, Mert Sen, Mevis & Van Deursen, Micha Hulsmans, Micha Zweifel, Michaël Bussaer, Michaël van den Abeele, Michiel De Cleene, Milan W., Miriam Rohde, Moritz Kung, Murmuur, Nana Esi, Nedyalko Balev, Nel Aerts, Nick Coenen, Nicolás Lamas, Niek Pladet, Nina Canell, Nucleo, Nástio Mosquito, OASE / NAI010, OK-RM, Occasional Papers, Olivier Goethals, Onomatopee, Oriol Vilanova, Orrorin Daydream, PERNEEL OSTEN, POV Books, Pantofle Books, Paul Barsch, Paula Stoffijn, Paulien Wellens, Pauwel De Buck, Peter Lenaerts, Pieter Paul Pothoven, Pieter Vermeersch, Pieterjan Ginckels, Post Brothers, Posture Editions, Prem Krishnamurthy, Provincie Oost-Vlaanderen, Provincie West-Vlaanderen, Pruikduif, Publication Studio Rotterdam, Quenton Miller, RIOT, Ramsdam Books, Remorqueur, Reninca Van Den Broeck, Rikako Nagashima, Robbe Nachtergaele, Robbert Liekens, Robin Watkins, Roel Kerkhofs, Roma Publications, Ronny Duquenne, Roosje Klap, Rosaline Fiems, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, Rutger De Vries, SAMENWERK, SMAK, SMIB, SO Gent San Rocco magazine, Sanam Khatibi, Sanne Janssens, Santiago Taccetti, Sascha Lobe, Sheniqua World Tour, Shim Daeki, Shim Hyojun, Silke Vandekerckhove, Silvio Ebner, Sleeperhold Publications, Sofie Gagelmans, Sophie Nys, Sophie Verhulst, Sorry / Not Sorry, Spector Books, Stan D’Haene, Stedelijke Jeugddienst, Steve Slingeneyer, Steven Van Raan, Stijn Cole, Studio Joost Grootens, Stéphanie Saadé, Subbacultcha, Syracuse, TSAR Editions, Tatjana Pieters, Tauba Auerbach, Telma Lannoo, Terrain Vague, The Eriskay Connection, The Future Publishing and Printing, Theo De Meyer, Thomas Caron, Thomas Desmet, Thomas Min, Thomas Zipp, Théophile’s Papers, Tim Bryon, Tjobo Kho, Tom Bruin Slot, Tom Van Imschoot, Tomas Lootens, Turncoats, Two Books, VAI / Vlaams Architectuurinstituut, Valentijn Goethals, Valiz, Van Eeghem BVBA, Verena Buttmann, Victor Sirot, Victor Vanwassenhove, Vincent Maillard, Volcano The Bear, Vooruit, Ward Heirwegh, Waxy, We Became Aware, Werkplaats Typografie, Willem Boel, Will Holder, Willem Boel, Wim Lambrecht, Witte de With, Wouter Vannes, Xavier Mary, Yana Foqué, YellowPress, Yin Yin Wong, Ynne Dewever, múltiplos, éditions Menard,…