Posted on March 1, 2015
Boulton, Jack, & David A. Ross. VIDEO ART USA: XIII BIENAL DE SAO PAULO, OCTUBRE–DICIEMBRE DE 1975. Exh. cat. Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 1975.
As they travel to art spaces around the globe, ICI exhibitions are adapted by the presenting venues and curators to generate new content, and new experiences with local audiences in mind. An example of this is the number of publications that have been produced over the years by the presenting venues. Each publication expands the reach of the exhibition, and promotes new ideas, responses, and translations prompted by the show.
While ICI has produced catalogues in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Chinese, art spaces presenting ICI exhibitions around the world have also produced publications in various languages to accompany and expand the curatorial projects such as FAX, do it, Living as Form (the Nomadic Version), and others.
Korean and English versions: Kim, Jinjoo. Living As Form. Exh. cat. Anyang: The 4th Anyang Public Art Project: Park Library, 2013. | Akiba, Michiko, et al. Living As Form (The Nomadic Version): 20 Years of Socially Engaged Art. Exh. cat. Tokyo: Nonprofit Organization Art & Society Research Center, 2014. | Ivanova, Nevena, & Mandy Wong. Living As Form: 14 Activist Art Projects from Hong Kong and more from Videotage Media Art Collection (VMAC). Exh. cat. Hong Kong: Videotage, 2012. | Artport: Tel Aviv. Living As Form (The Nomadic Version): Socially Engaged Art In the Last 20 Years. Exh. cat. Tel Aviv: Artport, 2014.
Ribas, João. FAX. Exh. cat. New York: The Drawing Center and Independent Curators International (ICI), 2009. | Abbas, Nadim, & Álvaro Rodríguez Fominaya. FAX: The Hong Kong Works. Exh. cat. Hong Kong: Para/Site Art Space, 2010.
Chang, Tsong-zung. Power of the Word. Exh. cat. New York: Independent Curators International (ICI), 2001. | Chang, Tsong-zung. Power of the Word. Exh. cat. Taiwan: Taiwan Museum of Art, 1999.
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