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Artistas: Anonymous, Dave Hullfish Bailey, Marcel Broodthaers, Sarah Crowner, Mariana Castillo Deball, Eric Duyckaerts, Ayse Erkmen, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Peter Fischli & Weiss Weiss, Rachel Harrison, Giorgio Morandi, Matt Mullican, Bruno Munari, Nashashibi/Skaer, Falke Pisano, Jimmy Raskin, Frances Stark, Rosemarie Trockel, Patrick van Caeckenbergh, David William
F.R. DAVID focuses on the 'status' of writing in contemporary art pratice. Writing as a mode that informs and feeds, supports and describes, backs up and interprets, commenst and reflects upon contemporary artistic production. Writing as 'the core material' of a number of artists but equally as a mode that exists parallel to or in service of the visual. (
Catálogo editado por ocasião da exposição comissariada por Miguel von Hafe Pérez, Ricardo Basbaum, patente no Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de Compostela, de28 junho a 6 outubro 2013
The bizarre order in which the seven days of the week appear in the current issue of F.R.DAVID is modelled after the sequence of KarlHeinz Stockhausens opera cycle 'Licht', starting with Donnerstag am Licht (work on which began in 1977) and ending with Sonntag am Licht, the part with which the composer finally concluded the series in 2003. In Stockhausens cycle, the subject matter of each opera mirrors (however opaquely at times) the traditional mythological attributes ascribed to the various days of the weeknot a concern that exerted any influence on F.R.DAVIDs appropriation of this structure, which is no more than a homage in passing. Each editorial was conceived and written, however, within the space of a day, with various elements recurring, echo-like, throughout the week that was. So far, 'Licht' has never been staged in its entirety, and it is not known whether Stockhausen ever meant it to be. (
Catálogo editado por ocasião da exposição patente em Exhibition Research Centre, Liverpool, de 13 fevereiro a 11 abril 2014 e em Museum of Modern Art Library, New York, de 8 maio a 23 setembro 2013