G. D. Cohen discusses the Valaco Archive with Carol A. Stakenas, Curator at-Large for the Social Practices Art Network (SPAN). New York, NY, 12 April 2014.
Plates 11-13 of the Bilderatlas have been deaccessioned from the Valaco Archive. Please refer to the category “Arrays,” in the “Fixed Images” menu, for assistance.
Where is the archive? Does the archive rely upon, require, or derive from (with[in]) space? Does, or must, the archive have a place (does it, in fact, take place)? Does […]
The archive is not the repository of its artifacts (though one may find artifacts in the archive); rather, the archive is a network of events both potential and conjectural. The […]
The historian speaks minutely, concretely, for the cacophonous voices of the archive :: The speculative archive speaks cacophonously for a minute, concrete, solitary voice of history. The archive is the […]
A. Second Given Name/Surname B. First Given Name/Second Given Name C. Both Given Names/Surname (Template) ANALYSIS OF COMBINATION MATRICES Table ‘A’ corresponds to an explicit tendency within the Valaco materials […]
Apulian Stones Triptych Electrolux Triptych Hygienic Eye Triptych Flange Triptych
First Found Negative Triptych Second Found Negative Triptych Twin Lens Reflex Triptych Third Found Negative Triptych