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Mathis Gasser 1 artist's edition
  1 collective edition
  1 solo show
  4 group shows
 

Artist's edition

2016

Mathis Gasser
In the Museum 1 2 (3),
Regulators 1 2 n

Mathis Gasser, In the Museum 1 2 (3), Regulators 1 2 n, artists’s book, 448 pages in black and 128 pages in colour, 17 × 22,8 × 3,5 cm, offset, on Arctic Volume White 1.12 paper 100 g/m2, cover in Arctic Volume White 1.2 paper 300 g/m2, 300 copies. Graphic design: Niels Wehrspann, Lausanne with Mathis Gasser. Print : La Buona Stampa, Lugano. Binding: Schumacher AG, Schmitten. Edition of the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, 2016.
ISBN 978-2-8399-1979-1.
CHF 40.-

Collective edition

2016

Artists’ Voices

Artists’ Voices, triple LP with sound pieces by Rita Ackermann, Gerard Byrne, Valentin Carron, Claire Fontaine, Jason Dodge, Giulia Essyad, Sylvie Fleury, Gilles Furtwängler, Mathis Gasser, Marcus Geiger / Heimo Zobernig, Vivienne Griffin & Kaspars Groshevs, Thomas Hirschhorn, Tobias Kaspar and Jan Vorisek, Anne Le Troter, Beat Lippert, Tobias Madison, Fabian Marti, Jonathan Monk, Damián Navarro, James Richards, Emanuel Rossetti, Ryan Conrad Sawyer, Ramaya Tegegne and Ricardo Valentim, 3 picture discs in a two-piece box, 310 x 310 x 15/15 mm, 350 copies. Sound engineer: Ladislav Agabekov, Caduceus Mastering, Geneva. Graphic design: Niels Wehrspann, Lausanne. Edition of the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, 2016. ISBN 978-2-9701174-6-9.
CHF 40.-
Télécharger Valentin Carron, Tropico Psalm, 2:11, 2015 (mp3, 4,8 Mb)

Solo show

2016

Mathis Gasser
Sept sont tombés vers le ciel
Works on paper

Opening Thursday May 19, 2016, 6 PM – 9 PM
Exhibition May 20 – September 3, 2016

Mathis Gasser draws upon and combines thousands of images that he patiently gathered and arranged in a personal archive. Their references come from the arts, architecture, cinema, comics, science fiction, magazines or from current events. In a very elaborated practice of collage, thousands of signs collide and are multiplied in an explosive combination, in a mirror or imbricating effect, diffracted by the immateriality of the digital world and by the invasion of information. The impact that Gasser seeks for through this body of reappropriated, reassociated images that are frequently reworked through drawing and painting, and caught in a sustained and invasive turnover. They oscillate between a nihilistic vision and an interrogation of the limits of a world undermined by temptations of archaism and the resurgence of primal fears, sectarian deliriums, theories of conspiracy and hyper technological and futuristic extravaganzas and other prophecies. (more…)


Solo shows

2016

Presentation of the book
Mathis Gasser
In the Museum 1 2 (3),
Regulators 1 2 n

Thursday December 15 2016

From 6 PM Presentation of Mathis Gasser’s book In the Museum 1 2 (3), Regulators 1 2 n, artist’s book, 448 pages in black and 128 pages in colour, 17 × 22,8 × 3,5 cm, offset, on Arctic Volume White 1.12 paper 100 g/m2, cover in Arctic Volume White 1.2 paper 300 g/m2, 300 copies. Graphic design: Niels Wehrspann, Lausanne with Mathis Gasser. Print: La Buona Stampa, Lugano. Binding: Schumacher AG, Schmitten. Edition of the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, 2016.

David Knuckey, Crest, 2016

From 7 PM Readings by Marie Angeletti, Samuel Luterbacher, Marta Riniker-Radich and Angharad Williams

Until March 11, 2017 John M Armleder, Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Claude Closky, Andreas Dobler, David Hominal, Rosemarie Trockel and Heimo Zobernig (editions CEC), Giulia Essyad, Sabrina Röthlisberger, Solar Lice (double LP, Power Station, Dallas, 2013)

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Artists’ Voices

Triple LP with sound pieces by Rita Ackermann, Gerard Byrne, Valentin Carron, Claire Fontaine, Jason Dodge, Giulia Essyad, Sylvie Fleury, Gilles Furtwängler, Mathis Gasser, Marcus Geiger / Heimo Zobernig, Vivienne Griffin & Kaspars Groshevs, Thomas Hirschhorn, Tobias Kaspar and Jan Vorisek, Anne Le Troter, Beat Lippert, Tobias Madison, Fabian Marti, Jonathan Monk, Damián Navarro, James Richards, Emanuel Rossetti, Ryan Conrad Sawyer, Ramaya Tegegne and Ricardo Valentim, 3 picture discs in a two-piece box, 310 × 310 × 15/15 mm, 350 copies. Sound engineer: Ladislav Agabekov, Caduceus Mastering, Geneva. Graphic design: Niels Wehrspann, Lausanne. Edition du Centre d’édition contemporaine, 2016.

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John M Armleder, Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimovicz, Claude Closky, Andreas Dobler, David Hominal, Rosemarie Trockel and Heimo Zobernig (editions CEC), Giulia Essyad (ceramic) and Sabrina Röthlisberger (bench and book), Solar Lice (double LP, Power Station, Dallas, 2013) and David Knuckey (sculptures)

Until March 11, 2017


2016

Presentation of the edition
Artists’ Voices

Thursday December 8 2016

From 6 PM Presentation of the sound edition Artists’ Voices, with Rita Ackermann, Gerard Byrne, Valentin Carron, Claire Fontaine, Jason Dodge, Giulia Essyad, Sylvie Fleury, Gilles Furtwängler, Mathis Gasser, Marcus Geiger / Heimo Zobernig, Vivienne Griffin & Kaspars Groshevs, Thomas Hirschhorn, Tobias Kaspar and Jan Vorisek, Anne Le Troter, Beat Lippert, Tobias Madison, Fabian Marti, Jonathan Monk, Damián Navarro, James Richards, Emanuel Rossetti, Ryan Conrad Sawyer, Ramaya Tegegne and Ricardo Valentim (triple LP, ed. CEC, 2016)

7 PM Ramaya Tegegne, Version #19: Judy Chicago, 2016 (reading/performance)

7:30 PM Giulia Essyad, Poetry Reading December 2016 (reading) et Salamander Said, 2016 (ceramics) with Sabrina Röthlisberger, En Attendant Antarah, guerrier poète, 2015, (bench)

8 PM HAGGARD CARAVAN, composed by Stefan Tcherepnin, with recordings by Solar Lice (Jeanne Graff, Tobias Madison, Flavio Merlo, Emanuel Rossetti, Gregory Ruppe, William Z. Saunders & Stefan Tcherepnin), mixed in York House Hotel, Wakefield, 2014 (sound installation, 44’30’’)

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John M Armleder, Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimovicz, Claude Closky, Andreas Dobler, David Hominal, Rosemarie Trockel and Heimo Zobernig (editions CEC)

Until March 11, 2017


2016

Artists’ Voices
Prolongation

Sound exhibition from December 11, 2015 till March 26, 2016
Opening Thursday December 10, 2015, 6 PM – 9 PM

Artists’ Voices assembles a group of sound pieces linked to the theme of the voice. The voice considered as a strong marker on the unconscious, a pre-language primal expression that is directly connected to emotions and is identifiable by a body of signs: tone, vibration, timbre, rhythm. The sound pieces are songs, declamations, monologues, a reading, a discourse, a dialogue, an echo, a whisper, a noise, a scream or breathing, up to the point of rupture, dysphonia, aphonia, silence, or even the return of sound and music. (more…)


2015

Artists’ Voices

Sound exhibition from December 11, 2015 till March 26, 2016
Opening Thursday December 10, 2015, 6 PM – 9 PM

Artists’ Voices assembles a group of sound pieces linked to the theme of the voice. The voice considered as a strong marker on the unconscious, a pre-language primal expression that is directly connected to emotions and is identifiable by a body of signs: tone, vibration, timbre, rhythm. The sound pieces are songs, declamations, monologues, a reading, a discourse, a dialogue, an echo, a whisper, a noise, a scream or breathing, up to the point of rupture, dysphonia, aphonia, silence, or even the return of sound and music. (more…)


Artist's edition

Mathis Gasser
In the Museum 1 2 (3),
Regulators 1 2 n

  ( 2016 )
*
 

Collective edition

Artists’ Voices
  ( 2016 )
*
 
* available editions
 

Solo show

Mathis Gasser
Sept sont tombés vers le ciel
Works on paper
( 2016 )

 

Solo shows

Presentation of the book
Mathis Gasser
In the Museum 1 2 (3),
Regulators 1 2 n

( 2016 )

 
Presentation of the edition
Artists’ Voices
( 2016 )

 
Artists’ Voices
Prolongation
( 2016 )

 
Artists’ Voices
( 2015 )