Published by Koenig Books. Edited by Julia Peyton-Jones, Hans Ulrich Obrist. Text by Ryan Gallagher, et al.
This catalogue presents the work of Simon Denny (born 1982), who produces sculptural installations incorporating print, graphics, moving images and texts. Products for Organising features new pieces that comment on contemporary management techniques and other historical organizational forms.
Published by Koenig Books. Text by Robert Leonard, Chris Kraus. Interview with Metahaven.
As the New Zealand representative at the 2015 Venice Biennale, Simon Denny (born 1982) presented Secret Power, which compiles visual representations of intelligence-gathering systems from 16th-century Venice to the present. This fully illustrated volume features essays by curator Robert Leonard and writer Chris Kraus.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Matthias Michalka. Text by Christian Höller, Jasmine McNealy, Matthias Michalka. Conversation with Laura Preston.
This publication documents an installation by New Zealand artist Simon Denny (born 1982), which consists of reproductions of objects seized from Kim Dotcom, owner of the file-sharing platform Megaupload, in 2012. The bizarre collection includes a jet ski and a large quantity of cash.
Published by Aspen Art Press. Foreword by Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson. Text by Jacob Proctor, Pablo Larios, Hanna Hölling. Conversation with Simon Denny, Daniel Keller, Nick Kosmas, Timur Si-Qin.
Through a variety of media, including photographs, sculpture, video and printed ephemera, New Zealand artist Simon Denny (born 1982) invites us to reflect on the evolution of television and video as both technology and cultural construct. Denny’s recent works have included investigations into the “architecture” of the TV set itself, the genre conventions of documentary and the myriad processes by which content is translated from one medium to another, be it in television program stills woven into beach towels or video montages derived from outdated trade magazines. This catalogue traces the arc of the artist’s career, with special emphasis on projects realized since 2009--including his 2012 exhibition at the Aspen Art Museum--and features essays by curator Jacob Proctor, critic Pablo Larios and conservator Hanna Hölling; a conversation between Denny and three artistic peers; and illustrations throughout.