Publications

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Cypher on Urban Affairs soundtrack, produced by DJ /rupture.  The mix explores the geography of SUPERFRONT’s original location in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn through musical references.  $3 plus shipping. Order through paypal below.

Catalog for MAKING SPACE: Architects-In-Residence 2009

Paperback, 91 pages, 5″ x 8″, black and white interior ink

SUPERFRONT presents the work of Francisca Benitez and Pawel Niedzwiecki in MAKING SPACE, the inaugural exhibit of the SUPERFRONT Architects-in-Residence program. For both Benitez and Niedzwiecki, site specificity and environment provide significant themes for investigation.

2nd edition catalog for THE ARCHEOGRAPHY PROJECT, a series of collaborations and exhibits at SUPERFRONT.

Paperback, 72 pages, 6″ x 9″, full-color interior ink

This second edition of the catalog adds new material from Archeography IV to this survey of four collaborations between architects and choreographers that took place at SUPERFRONT from Fall 2008 to Spring 2009.

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1st edition catalog for THE ARCHEOGRAPHY PROJECT, a series of collaborations and exhibits at SUPERFRONT.

56 pages, 6″ x 9″, perfect binding, full-color interior ink

First edition of the catalog that gathers the work of four Archeography projects that took place at SUPERFRONT from Fall 2008 to Spring 2009.

catalog for the ARCHEOGRAPHY PROJECT series at SUPERFRONT

Catalog for SOMETHING ABOUT ROOMS AND WALLS, group exhibit at SUPERFRONT.

19 pages, 7.44″ x 9.68″, saddle-stitch binding, full-color interior ink

SUPERFRONT, architecture gallery and project space, presents SOMETHING ABOUT ROOMS AND WALLS, an exhibition of recent work in various media by Anthony Gross (London), Farrah Karapetian (LA), Mitch McEwen (SUPERFRONT), Proxy (New York), and Coke Urbano (Madrid). Essay by Ariane Lourie (Eisenman Architects and Yale School of Architecture). Can walls think? Are rooms obsolete? What can architecture and art teach each other about rooms and walls?

catalog cover image courtesy of Proxy