Web dossier: nu monument

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GENERAL

Afterlives of Monuments Conference in London, 2010
International conference, organized by The British Academy and Saint Martins College of Art and Design, brings together leading scholars from South Asia, Europe and North America to debate the status and survivals of key markers in the colonial and post-colonial histories and spaces of South Asia.

Oskar Hansen and the Auschwitz 'Countermemorial' 1958-59
by Katarzyna Murawska-Muthesius
This essay is part of a series devoted to contemporary art and architecture in East-Central Europe. It was first delivered as a paper at a conference held at MIT in October, 2001.

The Texture of Memory: Holocaust Memorials and Meanings
by James Young
book review by Michele C. Cone.

Contemporary Monument Concepts in Germany
Debates on appropriate forms of remembrance
by Paul Sigel, 2005-2008

Contemporary Monument Concepts in Germany
Seeking Traces of the Past - Thinking about history in public places
by Paul Sigel, 2005-2008

Living Archives, Grafted Monuments: Memory in the Public Sphere (Libera, Haacke, Wodiczko)
door Sven Spieker
Art-omma # 7 (2000-2001)

Tales of an absent monument
Views of the Monument to National Liberation in Prague
by Matthew S. Witkovsky
Art-omma # 7 (2000-2001)

An interview with Krzysztof Wodiczko
by Jacques Strapp
Art-omma # 7 (2000-2001)

De/Construction of monument
SCCA, Sarajevo Center for Contemporary Art

Monument: antimonument - Royal Academy Forum
by Jeremy Melvin
The Architectural Review, October 2002

SINCE WE LAST SPOKE ABOUT MONUMENTS
For more info on this exhibition click here

Memosphere. Rethinking Monuments
Edited by Mihnea Mircan and Metahaven.
Published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Low Budget Monuments'. The Romanian Pavilion at the 52nd Venice Biennial, 2007.

'Low Budget Monuments. The Romanian Pavilion at the 52nd Venice Biennale (2007)'
E-flux announcement, 9 June 2007

Sam Durant: Blood Monument
Proposal for White and Indian Dead Monument Transpositions, Washington D.C
by Jerry Saltz
Village Voice, 11 October 2005

Interview with Sam Durant by John LeKay
Proposal for White and Indian Dead Monument Transpositions, Washington D.C
Heyoka Magazine

OPCW MEMORIAL
Web dossier OPCW Memorial to Victims of Chemical Weapons (The Hague)
design: Voebe de Gruyter
Webdossier Stroom Den Haag