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Master's Thesis - The Turtle

BFA porfolio

Nonspheres
position

interview:
Chomsky

interview:
Niemeyer

interview:
Pleasure

interview:
Herreros

Impasse Finesse Neverness (the course formally known as Immediate Archaeologies), exhibition view library of School of Medicine, Museum of Archaeology of Bahia, 2017 ... [click image to download exhibition catalogue]


Recent and upcoming talks, works, texts, and participations

“Report on the social pedestal: Phenomenotechnics of intransitivity and neguentropy emitted by greenhouse parastructures” , Higher seminars in rethinking research practices - with Luis Berríos-Negrón and Frederik Tygstrup, Konstfack, Stockholm SE (March 14, 2017);

Charlottenborg Art Talk - Luis Berríos-Negrón: "Undisciplinary Learning and the Social Pedestal”, organised by the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, introduction by Sanne Kofod Olsen, Copenhagen DK (February 8, 2017);

Konstfack in Salvador, Brazil” // “Work-in-progress in Bahia” // “The trip to Bahia” Konstfack, Stockholm (January 2017)

Tidskriften Rum Magazine, The New Demographic, photos (cover and section) of Earthscore Specularium by David Fischer (v.175, Sept. 2016);

Seminar with Bernard Stiegler at Kent University Summer School in Critical Theory, Paris F (June 13-24, 2016);

Tropical Pedagogy: the collapsing interior and exterior of spatial production” in Trial and Error, Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, ed. Lukas Feireiss, Europrint Media, Berlin DE 2016;

One micron a light-year ago into thirdness” for “Planet B – 100 ideas for a new world”, ed. Alain Bieber, et al, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln DE 2016;

Mnemonics 2015 conference Goldsmiths/King’s/Westminster - paper presentation "Anarchives, Site-Specific Greenhouse Superstructures, and the Social (Hyperobjective) Pedestal", London UK (Sept. 8-11, 2015);

Sheffield University Resilience at the Human Scale conference paper-presentation "Greenhouse Superstructures as Social Pedestals: Displaying site-specific non-locality as a possible form of resilience", Sheffield UK (Sept. 11-13, 2015);

Experiment Stockholm lecture - “Greenhouses and other Social Pedestals”, Färgfabriken SE (May 26, 2015);

Presentation of doctoral dissertation "Breathtaking: an environmental index about the unforeseen landscapes and atmospheres of Site-Specific Greenhouse Superstructures in the context of climate change" at Konstfack, Stockholm SE (May 18, 2015);

"Breif report on the dematerialisation of space" presentation in the On Theory and Method: Material Conditions symposium at the Lund University Department of Architecture, Lund, SE (April 23-24, 2015);

Display of Threeing Rugs and "Breif report on Environmental Form and the Social Pedestal" public lecture at Kunstverein's exhibition of Paul Ryan, Amsterdam NL (March 28, 2015);

"Tejiendo y destejiendo en la 4ta dimensión: máquinas abstractas y el pedestal social" public lecture at the School of Architecture of the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras PR (December 1, 2014);

"Weaving and Unweaving in the 4th dimension: Abstract Machines and the Social Pedestal" public lecture at "Homecomings" symposium, Aedes, Berlin DE (October 11, 2014);

"Sistema de Trocas (System of Exchanges) - Scales of time and the 4th dimension" public conversation with the Tata Mutá Imê (espiritual director of the medicinal garden Terreiro de Angola – ou bantu – da nação Angolan Paquetan) at the Museum of Modern Art of Bahia, as part of the pre-program for the Bienal da Bahia, Brasil (April 2014);

"Nonsphere XIV" at Malzfabrik, opening show of permanent installation, Berlin DE (June 12, 2014);

"Living Archive Course" website made by students of the Living Course, Münster School of Architecture, visiting lecturer / editor (Summer 2014);

One Prize 2014 member of the jury, organized by Terreform 1, New York USA;

"Rethinking Prototyping" talk and presentation of the Turtle Six, organized and commissioned by the UdK/TU Berlin Hybrid Plattform program, Berlin DE (May 2014);

"Mutant Matters II at Savvy Contemporary" Luis Berrios-Negron and editors of DiARTgonale Special Editions, moderated by Lorenzo Sandoval & STIFF, Friday, February 21, 2014

"Second Order Archive" website made by students of the Archive Building Course, Münster School of Architecture, visiting lecturer / editor (Winter-Spring 2014);

"Case 5: Intellectual Property Issue" by the Anxious Prop, editor (Winter 2013);

"Size Matters: Regarding the Scale of Models" research project at the Institute for Transdisciplinary Studies, directed by Prof. Florian Dombois, at the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, residency, Zurich, Switzerland (Autumn 2013);

Flying Carpets and self-projection(ongoing);

David & Goliath - Models between Art and Architecture: conference with Ellen Blumenstein, Vera Bühlmann, Oliver Elser, Albena Yavena, organized by Florian Dombois, Stephan Trüby, Reinhard Wendler, ZHdK, CH (Nov.22, 2013);

Come, All Ye Faithful: group exhibition, curated by Carson Chan, at Florian Christopher, (Sept.20, 2013);

The Limits of Origin: Museum of Modern Art discusses the Biennial - conversation with curator Marcelo Rezende, Salvador da Bahia, Brazil (Sept.20, 2013);

The Anxious Prop Case 5: The Intellectual Property Issue - Editor, Miodrag Kuc and Jan Bovelet co-directors, Mutant Matters series, Saavvy Projects, Berlin (Dec.15, 2013);

"Nós Brasil / We Brazil - global economy, local infrastructures" German representation curated by Matthias Böttger, invited artist / architect (The Anxious Prop), São Paulo International Biennale of Architecture, Curitiba/PortoAlegre/Salvador/São Paulo, Brasil;

"Archive Building" workshop and commission in collaboration with curator Trine Friis Sørensen, Danish International Visiting Artist residency, at the University of Copenhagen Department of Art and Cultural Studies, Danish Arts Council, Copenhagen, Denmark, March-April (Spring 2013);

"IKK Festival", artist talk, University of Copenhagen, March 7, 2013.

"Reflexive Design Symposium", 3rd Symposium on Design and Research in Architecture, Institute for History and Theory of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture and Landscape Sciences, Leibniz Universität Hannover, presenter, June 15;

"Urban Ecologies Symposium", Joint Doctoral Symposium Berlin / Copenhagen / London, Department of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen, presenter, June 13-14;

Journals for Weltstadt Nós Brasil / We Brasil : edited by Matthias Böttger, et al, work of Anxious Prop at São Paulo Biennial of Architecture, Salvador, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, contributor;

Social Design Public Action Reader - interview by Anne Kølbek Iversen: Lukas Feireiss, ed. Angewandte/Columbia/ETH, Slum Lab, contributor;

Rauchwolken und Luftschlösser - by Dennis Paul and Andreas Sick, eds., HFK Bremen, contributor, Textem Verlag, Hamburg;

Space Matters - by Lukas Feireiss, ed., Kunstuniversität Linz, contributor, Ambra Verlag, Vienna (2013);

In German curator Ute Meta Bauer's book Kuratorische Praxis. Interviews und Gespräche, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne, 2012-13;

The Future Archive - review by Ana Texeira Pinto in Domus online, Milan, 2012

in British artist Rick Buckley's art book The Hard and The Fast, introduction - A thousand sensors for ten thousand landscapes;

in German architect and critic Nadin Heinich's book Digital Utopia, One Micron a Light Year Ago into Thirdness (Fictions from the Paramannerist Treatise), Akademie der Künste, Berlin, survey of works by, Philip Beesley, Carole Collet, Dunne & Raby, and Karlheinz Steinmüller, among others;

in American artist Maximilian Goldfarb's book Architectural Inventions, a series of drawings titled "Untracings of Nonspheres XII."

Rauchwolken und Luftschlösser Symposium at the HFK Bremen, by Dennis Paul and Andreas Sick (Oct. 19th - 21st);

The Turtle Five commissioned by Aedes Network Campus Berlin with Paramodular (May 30th);

Paul Ryan at Documenta 13- core collaborator in Paul Ryan's Threeing project, co-designer of the Threeing House, exhibiting with Paul Ryan and Michael Kalil three weavings (Threeing Rugs) on the grounds of the Karls-Aue (opening June 6th);

Space Matters - lecture, symposium by Lukas Feireiss in Kunstuniversität, Linz, Austria (May 11th);

The Future Archive - exhibition curated by Ute Meta Bauer at the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein. The exhibition focused on the Center for Advanced Visual Studies of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (opening June 2nd). A module of The Turtle Two will be exhibited. Lecture June 19th in conversation with Eric Ellingsen (text handout - CAVS yields Turtles);

Maybe Education and Public Programs - talk regarding Threeing works, documenta13, Kassel (April 27);

"...or not to be a curator " - on Berlin Art Journal, by Clare Molloy (April 2012);

Aedes Network Campus, Cinema of the Future Workshop - Assistant Professor TU-BS, symposium Moderator (March 2012);

" end of an experiment " - on Domus, regarding Program Berlin, by Andres Lepik (Jan 2012);

Spontaneous Publication - workshop guest at the Institut für Raumexperimente (Jan 2012);

Associate Member - Council for the Arts, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 

Oxígeno Magazine, Spain, o5.2oo8
By Vanesa Sánchez (full interview)


VS: How do you mix art, technology, politics and social commitment in your work?


LBN: This rarely occurs simultaneously. I see the collectivity of my work as a body that creates a series of environments, experiences where these fields might affect one another. That's why I call my current effort 'Nonspheres', as a reference to the relevant term Noösphere, referenced by Soviet naturalist Vladimir Vernadsky who locates human creativity as much as a part of what is natural, just as the wind and the sea. I attempt to propose 'Nonspheres' as a revision, within the context of the contemporary, questioning minimalism, reductionism, and the commodification of ideas into ideologies. Ultimately, I want to celebrate new economies of materials, social interdependence, and the reticulation of human knowledge in order to usher the age of mass customization. As Gramsci said - "everybody is an intellectual, but not everyone has the role of being an intellectual... that is, once in a while we fry an egg or sew a tear on a suit, but that does not necessarily mean that we are cooks or tailors."

VS: Could you give us examples of your work that are related to sustainability?

LBN: I have difficulties with the term 'sustainability'. I understand that in many ways we are in need of packaging and marketing ideas in order to merchandise discourse. The problem is that we are selling everything under the assumption that the economy is a somewhat stable structure based on the false assumption that petroleum is somehow renewable. There's nothing further from reality. The phenomenon 'peak oil' is unfortunately a pending conflict, and we do not have the slightest idea as to what will be its impact. The only thing we do know is that there is a powerful faction in the United States that has no problem with maintaining the future of their 'lifestyles' through the use of international, violent, military force using religion & terrorism as pretext for resource conflicts (creating a fabulous precedent for Russia, China, etc.). This alleged pretext of freedom brand 'USA' is a Trojan horse itself, the 'prequiem' (term referenced by David Woodard) was Kuwait, and now is fully exercised in Iraq, and in lesser-known areas such as Darfur and Chechnya. This 'branding' of democracy reveals the alarming structural instability of the projects of justice and human rights, as Foucault (and Freud before him) had foreseen. So then, how are we going to use the term 'sustainable' if the variables that we are using have fictitious values? That is why I am trying simultaneously to reassess the relationship between the natural and modernity, as well as the incongruence between religious cultures and the logic of the open market... where questions might emerge, thus breaking the hermetic aspect of 'sustainability' as we know it, in order to realign it to the practice of everyday life. This is what we proposed in our microprojects at SOS48 in Murcia.


VS: Tell us your experience at the festival SOS 4.8. What was the reaction of the public?

LBN: It was one of curiosity. And so it was designed. When I proposed the work with the filmmaker / artist Eric Adamsons, the idea was to create another Trojan horse. This had two purposes: one, the idea of using materials found in the immediate area of the Festival, in this case the concrete formwork; two, creating an offering to the public that took the figure of a war machine... simply put, the term was based on 'Nomadology' by Deleuze and Guattari, where the intention is to position the work as a counter-cultural agent. At SOS48, the idea was that in this case the horse was a filtered stage rather than a container, where the spectator was compelled to ask about what is this doing here at SOS48? ie. the context of the sustainable, the logic of Empire, resource wars, neo-liberal colonialism, all gazed through exercises of torture and pleasure (Abu Ghraib, S&M) taking place in the viscera of the 'horse'. The stage transposed the public using tactics of both the tragedy and satire, combined with chroma-key technology, all framed within these performative, contemporary practices.


VS: Tell us about 'Verde que te quiero Verde'; What is this work about?

LBN: Well, the title has two dimensions. The first is a commentary on the diverse meanings and contradictions bearing the color green. I am talking about hope, rebirth, the political and environmental movement(s), the use of it to mask fictitious environments in cinema and television, not to mention the visual association that goes beyond just being the colour of the Muslim faith, but of Islamic fundamentalism. On the other hand, Lorca, which is of course the author of the title, used his own talent not only to deliver his art but also as a vehicle to carry a subversive message against the violent suppression of political and sexual practices during his time. I saw Lorca and the title as a reference to the tactic, which emerges from the fragility of freedom and the human condition. That's why, so far, I use the title twice: first in Kabul where I directed a collaboration with local artists, and now in Murcia where we need to play off from not only the excessive construction developments in this city, but also the challenges related to immigration issues, fascist history and the Aznar government's involvement in the North American exploitation against the people of Iraq.


VS: How do you feel about being part of a new generation or movement of artists who base their works on a commitment to social critique?

LBN: We can see a clear trend, artistic and discursive, about such practices from the moment that serious problems arose from the industrial era... mainly the paternalistic thinking that assumes that we can force Nature. Dewey, Emerson, Vernadsky, Jacobs, Freud, Duchamp, Hubbard, Fuller, et al, are a few of a number of thinkers who identified, with great precision, in text and / or in plastic works, these challenges. The difference today is that we are again approaching one of those conflicting, potentially disastrous moments where the exponential balance between population, the economy of fossil resources and food supplies does not add-up. There are many artists / colleagues whom I admire enormously and with whom I share the enthusiasm of our unspoken practices. I continue trying to generate work that addresses the aesthetics of these challenges, but I do not want to pigeon-hole them into a movement. If we are lucky, all practices will realign their footprints back into the temporal scale of Nature, ceasing to live in the fallacious faith that technology and the heavens will solve everything and that there will be no beauty without it. Yes, faith and technology are components, but it is clear that our genius will not exceed Nature, and that it is a matter of readjusting to her rhythm. Nature stays; We are the ones that go.


VS: What do you think are the possibilities of art as a weapon to change (and improve) the world?

LBN: Well, this is a controversial matter in the art world. There are purists such as Richard Serra that I think, ironically, fear the amplification and evolution of art, saying that art is 'purposefully useless'. However, what happens when he makes a massively printed and disseminated illustration based on the events at Abu Ghraib with the words 'STOP BUSH'? So in the end art has the capacity to be useful, morally and ethically. I'm not interested in the slightest to dedicate myself to this because I find it didactic and boring. But I do believe that artists have the right and ability to position themselves in public, to provoke questions within an audience, to think about what does it mean to live consistently in the future. For this we need much more continuous and relentless discourse bringing this conversation and its factors to the public table.

 

Main Works

Impasse Finesse Neverness (the course formally known as Immediate Archæologies) course (Konstfack, Stockholm) and exhibition (Museum of Archæology of Bahia, Salvador), 2017

Collapsed Greenhouse (Nonsphere XVI) in Undisciplinary Learning /at/ District Berlin, 2016

Earthscore Specularium (Nonsphere XV) /at/ Experiment Stockholm, Färgfabriken, 2015

Immediate Archaeologies IV (vol.1) /at/ Remote Control 2, Lothringer 13 Halle, Munich, 2015

Threeing Rugs at Paul Ryan's Threeing exhibition and workshops, Kunstverein, Amsterdam, 2015

Nonsphere XIII: the Looming Greenhouse, for the 3rd Bahia Biennial, Salvador, Brasil, 2014 (catalogue) // (video)

Living Archive Course Greenhouse, Münster School of Architecture, 2014

Nonsphere XIV: the Vertical Greenhouse, at District/Malzfabrik, curated by Susa Husse, Berlin, 2014

Turtle Six for the Hybrid Platforms program of the UdK/TU Berlin, 2014

Flying Carpets // Tests at ZHdK, 2013

Churrasco dos Tubarões, São Paulo 2013

Y-Tables by the Anxious Prop for Nós Brasil / We Brazil, curated by Matthias Böttger, São Paulo X Biennial of Architecture 2013

Salvador -- Gruna // Curitiba // Porto Alegre

Sleeping Archive, curated by Trine Friis Sørensen, KUA2 lobby, Copenhagen, 2013

Archive Building Workshop, with Trine Friis Sørensen, University of Copenhagen, 2013

Stereotomic Berlin by Paramodular, 2013

The Future Archive at NBK, Berlin, 2012

The Future Archive review Domus, 2012

Threeing Rugs and Shed in collaboration with Paul Ryan // Documenta13

Threeing Rugs and Shed at d13 - PROCESS // Documenta13

The Turtle Five, Aedes Berlin, 2012

The DAZ Y-Table, Berlin, 2011

The memory of the memory of the memory (2010), Kopfbau, E-flux, ArtBasel, 2011

BBC World Service, The Forum, Berlin Literature Festival, 2011

Metrospective 1.0, Program Berlin, 2011

Synapse 2011, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, 2011

Immediate Archaeologies Three: Anywhere but Here nor There, at Makan House, Amman, Jordan, 2010

The Anxious Prop Case 4: Reviewing Making-Visible, Stattbad, Berlin, 2011 [and review by Anna Kostreva]

The Imaginarium in The Turtle Kompakt, Bauhaus Stiftung, Dessau, 2011-ongoing

Projection Screen for Video Mapping, Berlin, 2011

The Anxious Prop Case 3: The Black Swan Issue at Salon Populaire, Berlin, 2010

The Imaginarium in The Turtle Three, Berlin, 2010

The Anxious Prop, Case 2: Have Balls [ECCENTRIC] at Splace, Alexanderplatz Pavillon, Berlin, 2010

The Turtle Two and The Turtle Three at Open Design City Maker Lab, Berlin, 2010

The Turtle Three, Berlin 2010

The Turtle Two, mobile scenography for Urban Customization Workshop in collaboration with The Product, Berlin / Hamburg / Munich, 2009

Immediate Archeologies Two or The Children's Cruade, proposal to turn abandoned slaughterhouse into greenhouse, curated by Lukas Feireiss, Dresden, Germany, 2009

Immediate Archeologies at Program, in collaboration with choreographer Morgan Belenguer, curated by Carson Chan and Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga, Berlin, Germany, 2009

Stonemasonry in Context Workshop, Mallorca, Spain, 2009

ARCO VIP lounge, designer of paneling and mat system for Juan Herreros, Madrid, 2009

Book Designer & Collaborator, Herreros Arquitectos first prize submission, Munch Museum Competition, Oslo, Norway

Nonspheres XII for Joyce, Queens Road HongKong, China

Nonspheres VIII / Verde que te quiero Verde II : A Trojan Horse at SOS4.8 with Eric Adamsosns, curated by Paco Barragan, Christine Paul and Rirkrit Tiravanija, Murcia, Spain

Nonspheres Variant 139 at Dark Science curated by Carson Chan, Berlin, Germany

Nonspheres VI at Preview Berlin, Germany

Nonspheres V at Stadgalerij Heerlen, Holland

Nonspheres IV at Program Berlin, Germany

Nonspheres IV - Kabul/Berlin video component

Nonspheres IV - Process

Tsunami Safe(r) House, co-designer, directed by Carlo Ratti in collaboration withTsunami Design Initiative (Harvard) for the Prajnopaya Foundation, USA-Sri Lanka


Recent Digital Press

Tidskriften Rum Magazine, The New Demographic, photos (cover and section) of Earthscore Specularium by David Fischer (v.175, Sept. 2016);

Video Interview, Tear do Terreiro, 3ra Bienal da Bahia, Itaparica, Bahia, 2014

Spiegel Online - X Biennial of Architecture São Paulo 2013

The Future Archive review Domus, 2012

"Digital Utopia" by Nadin Heinich, book release, contributor, 2012

"The Hard and the Fast" by Rick Buckley, book release, 2012

"Architectural Inventions" by Max Goldfarb, et al, book release, 2012

"...or not to be a curator" Berlin Art Journal, by Clare Molloy, 4.2012

"end of an experiment" Domus, by Andres Lepik, 1.2012

3rd Cinema of the Future Symposium and Workshop, Aedes Network Campus, 2011

Reprint "Luis Berríos-Negrón: Poetics of Silent C omplexity" Art Pulse Magazine (2007), 2012

Black Poncho, de:Bug Magazine, 2011

2nd Cinema of the Future Workshop, Aedes Network Campus, 2011

Kim Swoo Geun - Who Activates Cultural Space? panel moderator, Aedes Network Campus, 2011

re:d Magazin, profile, 9.2010

Reaction to Carson Chan's "Exhibiting Architecture: Show don't tell" original article in Domus on-line 09.2010

Slice, 15.10.2010

Chasing the Buffalo: The DMY Maker Lab, short documentary by Gabriel Shalom/KS12

The Turtle Two : Portable Mini Architecture by Fabrizio Gallanti, Abitare Magazine Blog 11.4.2009

Picking up the Pieces by Ana Finel Honigman, ArtSlant, Immediate Archeologies at Program, Berlin

DigitalLifeDesign Conference Blog "Nonsphere Installation by Luis Berrios Negron", by Jil Heinrigs, Munich Germany

Dossier Journal 'The artist's studio: LBN', by Caris Reid, New York City

De Zeen 'The Birds the Bats and the Bees by Various Designers', by Marcus Fairs, London

Club Oxígeno, SOS4.8: 'Verde que te quiero Verde II / Nonspheres VIII', by Vanesa Sánchez, Madrid

Nonspheres IV at Program, Metropolis Magazine by Kimberly Bradley, New York City - Berlin

Bhutto/Gonzalez-Torres Collages by Javier Arbona, San Francisco

Kabul Verde que te quiero Verde by Ping Mag, Tokyo, Japan

Nonspheres IV by We Make Money Not Art

Nonspheres IV by Platoon Berlin

Nonspheres IV by Diane A Shaded View on Fashion

 

Selected Projects

'Ephimeral Operations on the Surface of the Earth' honorable mention, Urbanacción Contest, Madrid Architect's Guild (COAM), in collaboration with Susana Velasco, Madrid, Spain (PDF Download)

Memorial for the Victims of the NS Military Courts, concept development and art production for Julia Scher, Cologne, Germany

Book Designer & Collaborator, Herreros Arquitectos first prize submission, Munch Museum Competition, Oslo, Norway

Lissajous Harp, concept development and art production for Elín Handóttir, Reykjavik Art Museum, Iceland (in progress)

Herreros Aquitectos, website and graphic design, Madrid, Spain

Nonspheres IX / Fledermäusehaus I for Sculpt the Future and Phillips de Pur, London, England

Nonspheres Variant 139 at Art Athina 2008, Athens, Greece

Transmodal Färgfabriken, Public Workshop Project, Stockholm-Östersund, Sweden

28 de diciembre del 2007

Machinations, design development and art production for Michel de Broin, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Montreal, Canada (process pdf)

Sinthome Workshop, participant, website co-designer

 

Recent Print Press

“Tropical Pedagogy” in Trial and Error, Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, ed. Lukas Feireiss, Europrint Media, Berlin 2016;

“One micron a light-year ago into thirdness” for “Planet B – 100 ideas for a new world”, ed. Alain Bieber, et al, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln 2016;

"Tear do Terreiro" installation catalogue, 3ra Bienal da Bahia, 2014

"The Hard and the Fast" by Rick Buckley, Salon Verlag, Cologne, contributor, 2013

"Space Matters" ed. Lukas Feireiss, Ambra Verlag, Vienna, contributor, 2013

"Digital Utopia" by Nadin Heinich, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, contributor, 2012

"The Hard and the Fast" by Rick Buckley, Salon Verlag Cologne, 2012

"Architectural Inventions" by Max Goldfarb, et al, Lawrence King Pub. London, 2012

Irmgard Berner, Berliner Zeitung: Die Zukunft hat längst begonnen, June 2012 (pdf)

The Anxious Prop, Case 4, 2010 (pdf)

The Anxious Prop, Case 3, 2010 (pdf)

The Anxious Prop, Case 2, 2010 (pdf)

The Imaginarium, Berlin, 2010 (pdf)

Staging Space by Lukas Feireiss, 'The Turtle Two' page 135, Die Gestalten Verlag 2010

Someone's Garden Magazine, Studio Visit by Daisuke Nishimura & Asako Tsurusaki, pgs. G-L, Issue 8, 2009, Tokyo

The Chain Berlin, Peeping Tom Digest, by Caroline Niemant & Stéphane Blanc, pgs. 220-221, May 2009, Paris

Milk X Magazine, Hong Kong, Nonspheres XII at Joyce, December 2008 (pdf)

The Art Fair Age by Paco Barragán, Edizioni Charta, Milan - New York, pgs.92-93, 2008 (pdf)

Revista Oxígeno, SOS4.8: 'Verde que te quiero Verde II / Nonspheres VIII' by Vanesa Sánchez, June, 2008 (pdf)

Frame Magazine, Carbon Copy: 'Nonspheres IV' by Anna Kowalska, Jan/Feb. 2008 (pdf)

Space Craft by Lukas Feireiss, 'Verde que te quiero Verde & Nonspheres IV', Die Gestalten Verlag, 2007 (pdf)

Wynwood Magazine, 'Nonspheres IV' by Lukas Feireiss, Oct. 2007 (pdf)




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