Ahali: An Anthology for Setting a Setting - Can Altay
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
210 x 148 mm