Latitudes / The Bookmakers Ed / Alexis Zavialoff

Ecology, Luxury & Degradation

UOVO #14, Summer 2007

UOVO #14 presented interviews, essays, projects and two CDs around art practices that resist the spectacularisation or romanticisation of ecological issues or the natural world. Instead their practices explored the operational function and processes of ecosystems themselves, a capacity to comprehend connections and transgress disciplines and boundaries while addressing the uniformly conflicted future of the planet.


HELLO Adam Carr interviews Latitudes
Mark von Schlegell by Jacob Fabricius
Sergio Vega by Mariana Cánepa Luna
Ibon Aranberri by Peio Aguirre
Lara Almarcegui by Florence Grivel
Tea Mäkipää by Latitudes
Binna Choi by Nav Haq
Haegue Yang by Doryun Chong – Read excerpt on the Walker Art Center Blog
Tue Greenfort by Francesca Pagliuca
Christoph Keller by Max Andrews
Michael Rakowitz by Peter Eleey

Chus Martínez on Arturas Raila
Ben Cobb on the 1973 film 'Soylent Green'

Federico Martelli, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Ravi Agarwal and Noguchi Rika

IV. SOUNDSCAPES photo-documentation and CD compiled by David Toop on invitation of Latitudes
Chris Watson “La Nuit”
Rob Mullender/Isobel Clouter “Baorittaolegainuoer–natural booming”
Lee Patterson “Ox Bow Pool & Airliners”
Peter Cusack “Oil Field Soundwalk”
Louise K. Wilson “Nurrungar (listening station)”
Toshiya Tsunoda “Vibration through long and thick rope at seashore”
Michael Prime “Insectiverous bats / Tongkat Ali”
Jeph Jerman “Clarkdale Slag Heap”
Lawrence English “Storm-master”
David Toop “Artificial or Captive?”

V. SET CD compiled by UOVO collaborator Guillaume Sorge

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