Terminal 5
  • exhibition catalogue
  • wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • sewn bound
  • color
  • 28 x 20 cm.
  • 287 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered
  • ISBN 0974568880

Terminal 5

Rachel K. Ward, Susan Saarinen, Dean Kaufman, John Casey, Nicholas Bourriaud, Douglas Coupland, Glenn O'Brien, Marc Olivier Wahler, Brian Sholis, Wendy Dorsett, Lori Waxman, Hesse McGraw, J.T. LeRoy, Ben Davis, Erin Hogan, Andrew Lee Walker, Tobias Wong, Eveline Notter, David Senior, Robert Smithson, Deyan Sudjic, Brigid Brophy, David Pascoe, Paul Andreu, Peter Davey, Norman Foster, Martina Koll-Schrefzenmayr, J.G. Ballard, Reyner Banham, Henry Miller, Vanessa Beecroft, Kendell Geers, Dan Graham, Toland Grindell, Fabrice Gygi, Mark Handforth, Jenny Holzer, Ryoji Ikeda, Just Another Rich Kid, Matthieu Laurette, Jonas Mekas, Aleksandra Mir, Jonathan Monk, Tom Sachs, Anri Sala

Terminal 5

description

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show intended to be held September 28, 2004 - January 31, 2005. contributions by Rachel K. Ward, Susan Saarinen, Dean Kaufman, John Casey, Nicholas Bourriaud, Douglas Coupland, Glenn O'Brien, Marc Olivier Wahler, Brian Sholis, Wendy Dorsett, Lori Waxman, Hesse McGraw, J.T. LeRoy, Ben Davis, Erin Hogan, Andrew Lee Walker, Tobias Wong, Eveline Notter, David Senior, Robert Smithson, Deyan Sudjic, Brigid Brophy, David Pascoe, Paul Andreu, Peter Davey, Norman Foster, Martina Koll-Schrefzenmayr, J.G. Ballard, Reyner Banham, Henry Miller. Artists include Mark Handforth, Jenny Holzer, Ryoji Ikeda, Just Another Rich Kid, Matthieu Laurette, Jonas Mekas, Aleksandra Mir, Jonathan Monk, Tom Sachs, Anri Sala and many more.

“'It would make a beautiful ruin.' Eero Saarinen [T]he Port Authority closed the exhibition after the 'controversial' opening night party. Initiated as a form of 'dedication to the building' the exhibition explored themes drawn from the history and nature of travel, and responded to the significance of the architecture itself.

The catalogue is a secondary site for participating artists, writers and critics to engage with ideas raised by the exhibition and air travel. Designed by David Reinfurt, ORG, it is divided into three sections: architectural history, exhibition information, and air travel related essays, and balances extensive visual material related to the site and the exhibition with critical and historical texts." -- publisher's statement.