Bricks From The Kiln returns. Think voice, typography, scripts, transcripts and the coding and decoding of language.
This instalment of Bricks from the Kiln doubles as issue #6 of the journal and as an exhibition catalogue for the thematic show ‘BFTK#6: Tentative — Incomplete — Inconsistent: A Catalogue of the Disappeared, Destroyed, Lost or Otherwise Inaccessible’. Presenting objects, artworks, artefacts, models, events and animals that no-longer — or never did — exist in physical form, the exhibition explores themes of death, destruction and reincarnation, examining persisting interests in notions of ephemerality and permanence, memory and record, preservation and erasure, creation and reconstruction. How do we remember and memorialise? How is space given to the unrecorded? How do we experience the out of reach, concealed, unseen, undiscovered? How can the dematerialised be materialised again, through the mediation of writing, image and sound?
THE ALMOST HORSE
(inside front / back cover)
‘STILL IN ALL HEARTS, IN ALL BELLIES, IN ALL TOES’:
A BELATED REVIEW OF FESTIVAL DE FORT BOYARD
Matthew Stuart & Andrew Walsh-Lister
TO MAKE THE STONE STONY
WHEREFORE AM I NOW?
THE TOWN THAT WAS, AND THEN WASN’T
NOTES TO ACCOMPANY VIOLENT INNOCENCE (2019)
GHOST, POCKETS, TRACES, NECESSARY CLOUDS
CONNECTIVITY OF TOUCHING
Ali Na & Mindy Seu in conversation
NOTES FROM NEW MEXICO
THE MOOG OF AHMEDABAD
IN WHICH DECIBELLA ESCAPES AUDITION
D.C.B.: A PARTIAL RETROSPECTIVE
PINBALL REMAINS: ON THE PINBALL ISSUE OF THE SITUATIONIST TIMES