• September 24, 2016
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The Susak Press office will be temporarily relocating to the site adjacent to the ArtHelix gallery in Bushwick during Exchange Rates from 20 October to 23 October 2016.
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Art matters will be discussed in the office so if you have any questions – practical and/or conceptual – please send them by mail (with any documentation if necessary) to: Sračok & Pöhlmann / Susak Press – c/o ArtHelix – 289 Meserole St -Brooklyn, NY 11206.
  • May 5, 2014
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House 600, 31 May to 31 August

Georgina Corrie • Janko Matic • Keran James • Cedric Christie
Petra Varl • Paul Sakoilsky • Peter Seewasser • Daniel Devlin
Alistair Gentry • Herzog Dellafiore

The 5th Susak Expo Biennale brings together a range of international artistic positions through emergent and diverse practice that explore the intersection between the neo-formalist politics of displacement and the speculative presence of lack; questioning the division between transversal and opposing perspectives.

by Eddie Farrell (August 2006)

I present this account and recollection of my experience as a participant of the Susak Expo 2006. The text is really a script and helped inform me of how it might read. The criticism, in the main is directed at the project’s failures and as a group member, I do not exclude myself from this. Furthermore, I feel that it would be rude and ungrateful to write this account without crediting Daniel Devlin: his efforts in getting everyone there, making sure they had accomodation and good food during their stay on the island. The texts quoted are … a piece of … from Bruce McLean. Descuors Susacki and the social contract, Jean-Jacques Rousseau – the book I struggled to read on the island.

 

 

on wheelbarrows

Susak coversations reflctions

notes on the idea of situation

 

by Jo Melvin