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Having been said : writings & interviews of Lawrence Weiner, 1968-2003

Author: Gerti Fietzek; Gregor Stemmrich
Publisher: Ostfildern : Hatje Cantz, 2004.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Entretiens
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Having been said.
Ostfildern : Hatje Cantz, 2004
(OCoLC)607613862
Online version:
Having been said.
Ostfildern : Hatje Cantz, 2004
(OCoLC)607718346
Named Person: Lawrence Weiner; Lawrence Weiner; Lawrence Weiner; Lawrence Weiner
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerti Fietzek; Gregor Stemmrich
ISBN: 3775791949 9783775791946
OCLC Number: 57476580
Description: 485 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Symposium at Bradford Junior College --
Symposium at Windham College --
Statement of intent --
Interview / Arthur R. Rose --
One standard Air Force dye marker thrown into the sea : interview / Canadian Broadcasting Corporation --
From an interview / Patricia Norvell --
Interview "Prospect 69" --
Art without space : a symposium --
From an interview / Jack Burnham --
"18 Paris IV. 70" --
"Art in the mind" --
"48-page-exhibition" --
Sol LeWitt --
The artist and politics : a symposium --
Response to three statements by David Lamelas --
Interview / Michel Claura --
Lawrence Weiner at Amsterdam : interview / Willoughby Sharp --
Interview / Achille Bonito Oliva --
Variation of statement of intent --
Marcel Duchamp --
Art and its cultural context : a Congress in Brussels --
Question/answer --
Variation of statement of intent --
Red as well as green as well as yellow as well as blue : interview / Irmelin Lebeer --
Notes for a talk introducing a screening of "A first quarter" --
Variation of statement of intent --
A second quarter : interview / German Academic Exchange Service --
Dialogue with Kathryn Bigelow in the video "Green as well as blue as well as red" --
Some questions and five answers relative to moved pictures --
Artists' books --
Regarding a relation to (with) a gallery --
Regarding the (a) use of language within the context of art --
Answer to a letter from Rene Denizot --
Answer to an open letter --
Variation of statement of intent --
Variation of statement of intent --
Variation of statement of intent --
An international strike of artists? --
The level of water --
Answers to questions about Gerry Schum's television gallery --
A structure as a means of presenting work ... --
"Advances" and the contemporary avant-garde --
A conversation with Robert C. Morgan --
Media (audio) --
Regarding a relation to (with) a presentation situation --
Art is not a metaphor --
A conversation with William Furlong concerning 20 works --
Notes from the California lectures --
Apartment number : a conversation with Colin Lochhead --
Passage to the North --
Regarding a personal point in the time ... --
Early work : interview / Lynn Gumpert --
Notes from art --
Leo Castelli --
Portraits : from a conversation --
Section 2 --
Response to the project "How to paint with dice" --
Interview / Hilde Van Pelt --
Variation of statement of intent --
Radio Inspiegato --
Lawrence Weiner's "Plowmans lunch" : interview / Michael Gibbs --
Interview / Els de Groot --
Text on media --
Albert as well as Lawrence : interview with Albert Mertz and Lawrence Weiner / Suste Bonnen Oldenburg and Torben Christensen --
The purpose & manner of construction --
Progetto Genazzano --
From a dialogue with Edward Leffingwell --
Edition after Henrik Have --
Gordon Matta-Clark : from an interview / Joan Simon --
Answers to two questions --
Mondrian or Volendam --
When you offer stones you get stones --
Can one tell to see the difference? : or : learn to read art --
Interview / Suzanne Page --
Landscape --
Drawing --
Posters --
Regarding : A Pierre et Marie (Une exposition en travaux) --
What does "modern" look like? ... --
Vienna --
The success of failure --
Hard-boiled eggs --
Towards a theatrical engagement --
On and about constructing a structure --
The work is about informal objects ... --
Notes on a table --
Statement concerning so-called conceptual art --
The return of Arthur R. Rose --
I don't converse with heaven : interview / Jean-Marc Poinsot --
Andy Warhol --
I am not content : interview / David Batchelor --
The need of a place (a table) --
Interview / Dieter Schwarz --
Books, catalogues, designed books --
The peripatetic artist : from an interview / Elizabeth C. Baker --
A log of some time with some people someplace in New Guinea --
Interview in preparation for the conference "Art meets science and spirituality in a changing economy" --
Essentially the question is ... --
A poster is the writing on the wall : discussion at the Ecole superieure d'art visuel in Geneva --
If the shoe fits, wear it : a conversation with Edward Leffingwell --
An evening forum at the Vancouver Art Gallery --
From an interview / Sabine B. Vogel --
Interview / Phyllis Rosenzweig --
Stars don't stand still in the sky --
Art meets science and spirituality in a changing economy : a conference in Amsterdam --
Skimming the water : the gondolas of John Chamberlain : a conversation with John Chamberlain --
Interview / Bruce Ferguson --
Regarding the relationship of collector to artist --
Show (&) tell : interview / Bartomeu Mari --
Excerpts from an interview / Dieter Schwarz --
Films, video --
A public conversation with Willard Holmes --
Public art --
Spheres of influence --
Interview / Patricia Scanlan and Hercules Fisherman --
I never did ask Albert : why red & why blue? --
Over time : a forum on art making --
Biography --
From an interview / Douglas Gordon --
From an interview / Christian Leigh --
Answer to a question --
A conversation with Barbaralee Diamonstein --
Notes around & about art --
But can they bake a cherry pie? --
Two objects on a table : a conversation with Jean Nouvel et al. --
Question/answer --
Response to a questionnaire about Antwerp --
Installation of a work ... --
Neue Slowenische Kunst --
Wide white space : interview / Yves Aupetitallot --
Yesterday, today & tomorrow --
The role of the artist in society --
As language is understood --
Interview / Ann Temkin and John Ravenal --
Joan Jonas --
Interview / Caroline Schneider --
Carl Th. Dreyer/ a fable of women & water --
From an interview / Jonas Ekeberg --
Mortal remains --
The only thing that knows its own essence is the thing itself : interview / Carles Guerra --
From an interview / Zoran L. Bozovic --
Floating merely means ... --
Response to a questionnaire about Marcel Broodthaers --
From an interview / Louwrien Wijers --
A translation from one language to another --
From an interview / Holger Weh --
Interview / Isa Genzken --
A tale of a maiden or two --
Interview / Marjorie Welish --
Homeport --
Let's talk about art : symposium --
Let's talk about art : coffee break talk --
Then/now & then --
Smithson, Alexander Graham Bell & the non-site --
In relation to a public sculpture --
Letter to Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart --
"The artist's reserved rights transfer and sale agreement" : interview / Maria Eichhorn --
From an interview / Maria Eichhorn --
A conversation with Benjamin H.D. Buchloh --
The objectification of a Mise-en-Scene ... --
T.V. as T.V. --
1 after 2 after ... --
The role of contemporary art --
Regarding the Jackson Pollock retrospective at MoMA, NYC --
The fact that as art in the culture context of its own --
Eins nach zwei nach --
A conversation with Christine Breyhan --
The concept of an artist assuming the role of historian --
The question seems to be --
Interview / Claudia Seidel --
Art is & functions as ... --
A child once told ... --
Interview / Marina Sorbello --
Two interviews / Gerd de Vries --
Given the light --
As the artist is part of the public ... --
From a fax conversation with Alicia Chillida --
A conversation with Frank Perrin --
Question/answer --
If an accumulation reflects a life ... --
Time & again --
Is Gillick begging the question? --
Regarding Hegel --
A conversation with Judith Hoffberg on books --
Interview / Hans Ulrich Obrist --
Towards a theatrical engagement --
Essay by Gregor Stemmrich.
Responsibility: edited by Gerti Fietzek & Gregor Stemmrich : [translations: Brian Currid ...].

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