Ahali: An Anthology for Setting a Setting - Can Altay

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Ahali: An Anthology for Setting a Setting is a collection of selected articles from current and previous contributions to Ahali, a journal by artist Can Altay. ‘Ahali’ in Turkish refers to a community defined through contingency without a defined or expressed commonality other than being together. The contents of each issue of the journal are composed of invited contributions. Titles include: Support, Control, and Letting Go; Modelmaking for the Socio-spatio-economico-political / On Propositions and Implementation; Co-habitation and Parasitical Practice; Locatedness (and Education?); Recycling and Reconfiguration / Sustainable Excess; Community and Contingency; Forecasting Broken Pasts; and Becoming Globe.

With contributions by Agency, Bik Van der Pol, Celine Condorelli, Chris Evans, Luca Frei, Mike Nelson, Nils Norman, Paul O’Neill and others.

Bedford Press, 2013
Softcover, 174pp
210 x 148 mm

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