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KRISTEN MUELLER | DATE 12/2/2018

MoMA PS1 Book Space launches 'Bricks from the Kiln' #3

Saturday, December 8 from 4–6 PM, the MoMA PS1 Book Space presents the New York launch of Bricks from the Kiln #3. At the event, the issue’s broadcast component will be played/projected in the MoMA PS1 Book Space, Emma Smith’s "Campanologia Bologna" (2013) will be screened and copies of each issue published to date will be available for purchase.

MoMA PS1 Book Space launches 'Bricks from the Kiln' #3

Bricks from the Kiln #3 is published as text, image and sound, and includes segments on: a contextual history of the oblique, one of the earliest marks of punctuation; an interview on interviewing; a revived ceremonial song lacking a melody; some soft rock for hard times; a visual essay punctuating the recorded voice of Virginia Woolf; a tour through the bowels of the Chicago Board Options Exchange; a bell tower score for a city-wide soundwork; a solo interview-cum-performance; an “aftereading”; Inuktitut syllabics as a mixture of semantics, poetry and marketing; and James Baldwin and Claudia Rankine in constructed conversation. Each of these segments is supported and supplemented by an accompanying audio(visual) component, which, as the issue was launched in London, was broadcast on the BFTK homepage and subsequently archived online.

E-mail magsmomaps1@artbook.com to pre-order.

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MoMA PS1 Book Space launches 'Bricks from the Kiln' #3
MoMA PS1 Book Space launches 'Bricks from the Kiln' #3
MoMA PS1 Book Space launches 'Bricks from the Kiln' #3
MoMA PS1 Book Space launches 'Bricks from the Kiln' #3
MoMA PS1 Book Space launches 'Bricks from the Kiln' #3
MoMA PS1 Book Space launches 'Bricks from the Kiln' #3
MoMA PS1 Book Space launches 'Bricks from the Kiln' #3