msdm a nomadic house-studio-gallery for photographic art and curatorial research, an expanded practice of the artist's book, photobook publishing and peer-to-peer collaboration created by contemporary artist paula roush
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PEDRA-PAPEL-AGUA, OS LIVROS DE ARTISTA COMO LUGARES DE ENCONTRO
(STONE-PAPER-WATER, ARTIST'S BOOKS AS MEETING PLACES)

Joana Nascimento reflects on her collaboration with msdm
project liquid memories for issue 1 of
'Jornal, If it walks like a duck and it talks like a duck it’s a duck'
a periodical dedicated to artists' books and art publishing [read here

EXPANDED PRACTICE ESSAY
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The Expanded Practice of the Artist’s Book: 
Immersion in The Artist’s Museum

Francisco Varela reflects on Blackchapel  
and msdm House-Studio-Gallery [read Essay]

Photobook: Work Week Workshop
A conversation about photobook publishing with Beate Cegielska, Galleri Image and paula roush, msdm studio by Ane Bonde Rolsted for KATALOG Journal of Photography & Video 32.1 [read Article]


DOMENEST: collab Natercia Caneira msdm House—Studio—Gallery

Art Nomadism
Martina Poiana reflects on msdm nomadic project space.
In conversation with artist and photographer paula roush. [read Article]

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Alejandro Acin & Isaac Blease
reflect on sex’n’database: a corporeal taxonomy
for Activating the Archive
PH museum July 24- Sept 24 2018
[see PROJECT here]
 

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Radio as Exhibition Space
Doreen Mende reflects on Protest Academy  [see ESSAY]

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EXCAVATION THRILL

Conversation paula roush and Tanja Verlak 
Nowiswere Contemporary Art Magazine issue 12 
[see TEXT
 

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Fatal women and others as such.

A visit to the surrealist museum through collage
Luisa Soares de Oliveira reflects on 
Queer Paper Gardens 
Electricity Museum Lisbon exhibition
Ipsilon magazine/ Publico newspaper [see TEXT
 

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Collage and collision

An artistic collaboration around the dances 
and counterdances of gender,

retrieves  collage as a mode of associating images
Celso Martins reflects on 
Queer Paper Gardens exhibition
Expresso Atual newspaper magazine [see TEXT
 

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Minar o Mundo Circundante / Pool from the Surrounding World
João Pinharanda
Queer Paper Gardens exhibition, Electricity Museum Lisbon
[read curator's statement]

 

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When writing and visual arts meet,
magic can happen
Wayne Burrows reflects on 
Queer Paper Gardens publication
Backlit Gallery meets Nottingham Writers' Studio
Nottinghamcityofliterature.com [see TEXT
 

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a journal of one’s own, a text dedicated to mary,
margaret,valentine, alice, paula, maria
and all the other women
Cristina Duarte reflections on
Queer Paper Gardens, Vol. V
Fundacao EDP 2013 [see TEXT
 

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Rob Garrett  reflects
on A Field of Interconnected Realities
part of Auckland City Council’s 
Living Room 2010 public art programme
A Week of Kindness 
[see REVIEW here]


 

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Connecting Worlds 

 Mairia Evripidou & Jacqui McIntosh reflections on the
Found Photo Foundation
for the Drawing Room project [see TEXT
 

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Watching Europe and Beyond: 

Surveillance Art and Photography
in the New Millenium

Reflections on Bowville by Louise Wolthers 
in Watched! Surveillance, Art and Photography
Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig 
[see TEXT
 

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Video arte e filme de arte & ensaio em portugal
Diniz  Guarda  reflects on paula roush 
video practice
in the text 'Video art and the moving image worldwide and
 in Portugal' [read Article]

Found Photo Foundation newspaper

 

Eva Schmidt reflects on the Found Photo Foundation 
in the Introduction to the exhibition publication
Dear Aby Warburg, what can be done with images?
Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen [see TEXT]


Space for thinking between the images:
on the genesis 
of the 'photographic collection'
as an artistic genre.

Ludwig Seyfarth reflects on the Found Photo Foundation 
In Dear Aby Warburg, what can be done with images?
Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen [see ESSAY]
  

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An attempt at exhausting an archive/
Found Photo Foundation 

Tanja Verlak reflects on the 
FOUND PHOTO FOUNDATION
In Dear Aby Warburg, what can be done
with images?
Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen
[see ESSAY]

 

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Album Art

Noemi Smolik reflects
on the exhibition 
Dear Aby Warburg, What Can Be Done with Images?
Aperture reviews, March 12th 2013
[see editorial here]
 

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Christina Natlacen reflects on
the Found Photo Foundation in
Lieber Aby Warburg, was tun mit Bildern?
Vom Umgang mit fotografischem Material,

Camera Austria 121, 2013
[see REVIEW here]
 

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Found Photo Foundation residency
with The Arab Image Foundation

Notes by Hala Tawil [see REPORT
 

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Reviving  Al-Yom newspaper archives
Marwan El Tibi reflects on the photobook
exhibited at “Torn, Folded, Curled” Makan Beirut

[see REVIEW], Alayam Magazine


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NOTHING TO UNDO

Meg Beaumont reviews the photobook
for Kaleid sunday readings [see TEXT
 

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 EL LIBRO EN ABISMO
Maria Jose Prada Rodriguez reflects
on the photobook nothing to undo 
In "El libro en abismo. Relaciones y transferencias entre imagen
y dispositivo en el libro de artista"  
[see ESSAY
 

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A BOOK, AN ENDLESS LOVE AFFAIR

Jan Baetens reflects on 
Bus Spotting + A Story  
for the Culture Studies Leuven blog
[see TEXT
 

paula roush: Participatory Architectures, exhibition views, Paradigm Store, 5 Howick Place, London

3rd Dimension Magazine reflections
on  Participatory Architectures
in "Paradigm Store at Howick Place"
[read REVIEW

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O Varzeense reflects on
Xistorias: Performance digital nas aldeias do Xisto-
A Beira Serra em streaming direto
O Varzeense
October  30 2013
[see editorial here


 

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Manuela Ventura reflects on Xistorias
"Xistorias" apresenta historias das aldeias
serranas de Gois
Diario de Coimbra
October  30 2013
[see editorial here
 

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Sofia Roque reflects on
Hetero q.b. project
Hetero q.b.?
Esquerda, Opinião, May 12 2013
[see editorial here]

 

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Katy Deepwell  reflects
on Kinship International Strategy
on Surveillance and Suppression (KISSS):
KISSS revealed: Deej Fabyc, paula roush and Camilla Brueton
for n.paradoxa, Journeys: Volume 17,
Jan 2006 
[see text here]
 

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Axel Stockburger reflects on the Protest Academy 
In "Beyond Sound Art: Ear Appeal exhibition 
at Kunsthalle Exnergasse." 
[See REVIEW here]

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ARTISTS IN FIELDWORK

Rael Artel reflects on Mud d'Artiste  
"Artists in Fieldwork: Anu Vahtra, Jaanus Samma,
paula roush, Pilvi Takala." Peateema Magazine
[see TEXT
 

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Annie Kelly, reflects on SOS: OK Emergency Biscuit
in "Bermondsey takes the biscuit. 
Former Peek Freen employees back community project." 
The Guardian/ Society
[read REVIEW]


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TAKING THE BISCUIT

Will Pavia reflects on SOS: OK Emergency Biscuit 
for the Southwark Weekender 
[see REVIEW here
 

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Joanna Callaghan reflects on SOS: OK Emergency Biscuit
in "Go on! Have another one! "
for True Review, December 2004
[see REVIEW]
 

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SOS:OK

Tadej Pogacar reflects on SOS: OK Emergency Biscuit
in the Public Services exhibition publication
PavelHaus  2005 [see curatorial statement
 

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MEMORY FACTORY

Zeigam Azizov reflects on  SOS: OK Emergency Biscuit
at Coleman Project Space
Published in SOS:OK guide msdm publications 2004
[see TEXT



 

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The Spychip Under Your Skin:
RFID and the Tagged exhibition
Armin Medosch reflects on arphield recordings

Space Media Arts, October 2006
[see essay here]
 

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Regine Debatty reflects on  Arphield Recordings 
in "New Brave World workshop at IMAL-
RFID and Art." 
[see TEXT]


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Britta Schatz reflects
on Frankfurtress Ghetto Blast
part of the exhibiton  "City Stripping"
at the GAK
for Die Tageszeitung
[see REVIEW here]
 

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Steve Smith reflects on paula's post-studio practice
In "Contemporary Post-Studio Art Practice and its Institutional Currency, Investigative study with
interviews with five U.K based artists, Louise Ashcroft, Claire Blundell Jones, Helene Kazan, Danny Pockets
and paula roush,
University of Westminster (MA in Visual Cultures)
[see dissertation here]
 

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Regine Debatty reflects on
BOWVILLE
for We Make money Not Art
September 2006
[see review here]
 

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Suhjung Hur, Annie On Ni Wan, Andrew Paterson
reflect on Bowville
for Leonardo Electronic Almanac
[see editorial project here]
 

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Hattie Spires reflects on Bowville
in "The crisis of interpretation:
An investigation into the dynamics
of engagement with site-specific art
in the age of squanto."
Goldsmiths College
[see dissertation here]
 

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Art in Security and Security in Art
Sara Raza reflects on Bowville
for The KISSS Project: Kinship International
Strategy on Surveillance and Suppression
Elastic residence, London
[see REVIEW here]
 

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Margarida Carvalho reflects on cctvecstasy 
in A Obra “Faça-você-mesmo”:
Estética da Participação nas Artes Digitais
[see dissertation here]
 

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De/Territorialized Practices
Oreet Ashery reflects on
The Public Art of Campaigning
[see essay here]
 

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Eva Schmidt reflects
on Frankfurtress Ghetto Blast
part of her  exhibiton  "City Stripping"
at GAK: Gesellschaft fur Aktuelle Kunst
[see curatorial text here]
 

paula roush: nothing to undo, installation view, PHOTO BOOK THING exhibition, Digital Gallery, London


To leave is a bit like dying.
Maria Claudia Bada reflects
on the photobook Nothing to Undo
[see REVIEW here]
 

~REFLECTIONS~  a collection of texts by  artists and scholars in the fields of
artists’ publishing, photography and curating,  including excerpts from
msdm interviews, exhibitions reviews and catalogues. 

contact

paula roush   :::   paularoush@gmail.com
msdm studio :::      msdm@msdm.org.uk