Value as a non-economic notion is one of the hardest concepts to tackle. Although immaterial, value is one of the core ideas that shape society, influence hearts and minds, but it defies easy definition.
Artist(s) Maaike Lauwaert & Francien van Westrenen
Publisher Valiz & Stroom Den Haag
Reformulating value as a constituting factor in an open and caring society requires a ‘tilting vision’, which can be found especially among artists. In nine alternative rules of value creation, different approaches are put forward that may inspire to regain personal power, share creativity, face uncertainty, liberate time, allow variety, and support a more empathic and just society.
By presenting an anthology of texts by architects, artists, philosophers, scientists, historians and economists, many image essays and three artist’s contributions this book aims to rethink the scope and language of the current value system.
With a selection of texts by:
Julieta Aranda & Anton Vidokle, Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi, Marina van den Bergen & Piet Vollaard, R. Buckminster Fuller, Roger Caillois, Michel de Certeau, Céline Condorelli, Barry Farrell, Michel Foucault, Klaske Havik & Hans Teerds, Anthony Huberman, Charles Jencks & Nathan Silver, Tony Judt, Siegfried Kracauer, Bojana Kunst, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Marcel Mauss, Evgeny Morozov, Victor Papanek, Jan Ritsema, Richard Sennett, Viktor Shklovsky, Beverley Skeggs, Jan Verwoert.
Artist’s contributions by:
Atelier Van Lieshout, Reto Pulfer, Navid Nuur
Facing Value is part of Tique display, a quarterly selection of special art publications.
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The publications will be exhibited in Tique | art space and also featured online at the website of Tique | art paper. In addition, events with artists and publishers will be held to delve deeper into the process behind the (exhibited) publications.
Guest selector this quarter: Stefan Vanthuyne