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DOMOBAAL

Private Gallery
 
Sharon Kivland - Reproductions III - New Subscription Offer +++
 
  Reproductions III Du Monde/Of the World
Sharon Kivland - 12 Part Subscription Package
Domo Baal and Sharon Kivland are delighted to announce a new subscription series, following the success of Reproductions I in 2012 (with many satisfied customers). The next series is subtitled Du Monde/Of the World, and if you will forgive a perhaps grandiose notion, the artist has been thinking about Maurice Merleau-Ponty's account of vision and visibility (that we are looked at, in the spectacle of the world), and Jacques Lacan's commentary thereon (that the world is not exhibitionistic, it does not provoke our gaze, but when it does, the feeling of strangeness begins). But enough of that!

There will be twelve books in the series, which is limited to an edition of 50, with an additional thirteenth book offered free in March to early subscribers (Femmes du Monde). Each book, between 16 and 36 pages, draws on the artist's collections of postcards, magazines, cuttings, and other printed ephemera, in another attempt to organise, catalogue, and archive. There is little text, apart from the title and usual colophon material. The books are black and white, printed on an ivory 120gsm Munken paper, stapled with a square spine, each: 19cm by 15cm. Subscribers will receive one book each month. At its completion, the series will be neatly and attractively housed in a handsome bespoke slipcase, made by Book Works studio, and potential subscribers should budget for this (we cannot confirm the cost at this point, but we imagine somewhere around £50 - this is offered at cost price). The cost of subscription for the full set of books alone is £100 until Easter Monday 1st April (this will rise thereafter to £125) and includes post and packing. Titles may include: Femmes du Monde/Women of the World, Hommes du Monde/Men of the World, Rosièristes du Monde/Rosegrowers of the World, Barmen du Monde/Barmen of the World, Amants du Monde/Lovers of the World, Philosophes du Monde/Philosophers of the World, Arrangements floraux du Monde/Flower arrangements of the World.
A subscription may be activated via PayPal on our publications page. Should this method not be convenient, the subscription may also be purchased by contacting the gallery directly and an invoice for payment by bank transfer can then be issued.
DOMOBAAL editions - 2013
ISBN 978-1-905957-30-9 (Reproductions III - vol 1: Femmes du Monde)
(£100)

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Sharon Kivland - Le Style Louis XVI
A small catalogue of Louis XVI furniture, which makes a rapport between style and revolution, furniture and its naming, femininity and the neo-classical. The ambience is welcoming, despite its sobriety and a whiff of the Terror. The book is published in a edition of 50 copies at the kind invitation of AM Bruno on the occasion of the 16th International Contemporary Artists' Book Fair, Leeds.
17×10.5cm, stapled, this sixteen-page book contains six duo-tone photographic plates, tipped-in by hand. Purchase made by made via PayPal on our publications page. Should this method not be convenient, this publication may be purchased by contacting the gallery directly and an invoice for payment by bank transfer can then be issued.
DOMOBAAL editions - 2013
ISBN 987-1-905957-31-6
(£16)

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Sharon Kivland - Reproductions II
A publication in two volumes, bound together to accompany Sharon Kivland's eponymous exhibition, by Jan Campbell and Steve Pile. Dr Jan Campbell is a Reader in English Literature and Psychoanalysis in the Department of English at the University of Birmingham. Jan Campbell has also worked clinically for thirteen years as a psychoanalyst, as well as writing widely on psychoanalysis in relation to feminism, queer theory, autobiography, social and cultural theory, literature, and film. Her most recent book is on the telepathic movement of a maternal form, which she argues is the necessary transferential sublimation of the repressed 'Freudian Passions: Psychoanalysis, Form and Literature' published by Karnac in the Spring of 2013. Professor Steve Pile teaches Geography in the Faculty of Social Sciences at The Open University. He has published on issues concerning place and the politics of identity. He is author of 'Real Cities: modernity, space and the phantasmagorias of city life' (2005) and 'The Body and The City: psychoanalysis, subjectivity and space' (1996). His many collaborative projects include the forthcoming collection, 'Psychoanalytic Geographies' (edited with Paul Kingsbury). He is currently working on early Freudian psychoanalysis and geographies of the body. Purchase made by made via PayPal on our publications page. Should this method not be convenient, this publication may be purchased by contacting the gallery directly and an invoice for payment by bank transfer can then be issued.
Edition of 100
DOMOBAAL editions - 2013
ISBN 987-1-905957-29-3
(£10)

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Sharon Kivland - Freud on Holiday, Appendices I-IV
Freud's Weather, Freud's Dining, Freud's Hotels, Freud's shopping: "No need here for the overcoat worn by Freud's patients, 'woven of a tissue of lies, as though the weather were bad in the world of sexuality'. Sharon Kivland brings us close to Freud at ease - relaxed, ordinairy, and invigorated by travel - these little books are talismans for those who value pleasure and freedom." Sarah Wood, Oxford Literary Review. Purchase made by made via PayPal on our publications page. Should this method not be convenient, this publication may be purchased by contacting the gallery directly and an invoice for payment by bank transfer can then be issued.
information as material - 2013
ISBN 978-1-907468-16-2
(£24)

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