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Alongside exhibitions, events and shows, the CAN is developing a strong editorial activity, which has been going on since its beginnings. Several books, editions and vinyl records, all considered as projects in their own right, have been published.

Publications and editions

Indice Ultraviolet, 2020
Publication The questions, experiences and knowledge assimilated during the Indice Ultraviolet project.

Project Indice Ultraviolet took place from June 5th to July 6th 2019.

Marie-Morgane Adatte, Caroline Busta, Maëlle Dreier, Théo Fischer, Marie Griesmar, Gino, Daniel Keller, Renaud Loda, Andrea Marioni, Maud Oïhénart, MACACO Press (Sabrina Fernández Casas et Patricio Gil Flood), Julia Perazzini, Colin Raynal, Sun Cousto, Liza Trottet

Illustrations: Color / black-white
Pages: 224
Graphism: Julien Fischer
Format: 15cm x 20cm
Language: french
Édition: CAN, 2020
Price: out of stock

 

Room 4, 2020
Edition Stools (40 numbered copies) used as seating for the sound performance program of the Room 4 project

This edition of 40 stools was conceived by Lucas Uhlmann as part of Room 4, a space dedicated to sound performances between the 22nd of November and the 14th of December 2019 in the CAN Centre d’art Neuchâtel. The stools were made available to the public around the bar and in the concert room as part of a whole environment. They now remain as the relics of intangible moments shared between the audience and the artists.

Artist: Lucas Uhlmann
Dimensions: H 82cm – W 55cm – L 33cm
CNC Machining: Laporch sàrl, Bussy-sur-MoudonLacquering: Busch SA, Morrens
Packaging: Bourquin SA, Couvet
Graphic design: Current Matters.ltd
Edition: CAN, 2020
Price: CHF 140.-

 

Mosset/Christophe, 2019
Edition The singer Christophe set interviews of Olivier Mosset to music, made and cut by Marie Villemin and Martin Widmer.

The idea for this outstanding project was inspired by Christophe’s piece entitled «interview de» in which the whimsical singer uses his own interviews to transform them into a song. This system has been used by Christophe several times in his career. When in 2017, Marie Villemin and Martin Widmer worked on Olivier Mosset’s exhibition project, they became aware of the importance of the interviews conducted by the painter and decided to focus on this aspect of the artist. They then think back to this work by Christophe and, after several adventures, they contact the singer and send him an audio assembly consisting of cut-outs of interviews they had conducted with Olivier Mosset. To their great surprise, Christophe agreed to work on the project and create a sound universe around the artist’s words. The disc is a maxi 45t composed of a side A which gathers the musical piece of about ten minutes, and a side B which receives a visual.

Launch : July 6th, 2019

Artists: Olivier Mosset, Christophe
Music and recording: Christophe
Vinyle Maxi 45t.
Format: 12″
Side A: audio 10 minutes
Side B: visuel
Cover art: Martin Widmer
Mixing: Olivier Leducq « Duke Salomon », Cosmos Studio, Paris
Mastering: Flo Kaufmann
Engraving: Flo Kaufmann
Production monitoring and pressing: Simon Riat
Edition: CAN, 2019
Price: CHF 25.-

 

Neo Geography, 2019
Publication Publication based on the eponymous exhibitions organised at the CAN, Neuchâtel, and Post Territory Ujeongguk, Seoul, bringing together the work of six Swiss and Korean artists, as well as unpublished texts by Korean curators and theorists.

The encounter between two scenes, Swiss and South Korean. The occasion to rethink an exhibition format, the exchange between two art centres. These were the premises of Neo Geography I & II, a project involving three artists based in Switzerland – Chloé Delarue, Tatiana Rihs, Matthias Sohr – and three Korean artists – Yuri An, Hwayeon Nam, Jeehee Park. The six works produced especially for Neo Geography from the invi- tation of the curators Kyung Roh Bannwart and Adeena Mey to respond to their research, an attempt to go beyond certain curatorial contingencies. Its subjects were the architectural critics Sigfried Giedion and Young Bae Ahn whose textual and photographic montages drew a conceptual link between the two countries, the exhibition appropriating this exchange which, although it did not take place, offered a potential, actualised by the project.

Functioning both as the catalogue of the two exhibitions, at CAN and then at Post Territory Ujeongguk in Seoul in 2017, and including a series of texts by Korean curators and theorists, as well as by the project’s curators, this publication extends the research initiated around modernist thinking and the possibilities they offer to contemporary artists, between Switzerland and South Korea.

 

Illustrations: Color / Black-White
Pages: 176
Format: 17cm x 24cm
Language(s): English / Korean
Graphism: Notter + Vigne
Edition: CAN, 2019
Price: CHF 35.-

 

L’Hospice des Mille-Cuisses Expériences de guérison (box-set), 2018
Publication A game of cards and strategy based on the experience of healing attempted for the 20th anniversary of CAN.

Catalogu of the exhibition L’Hospice des Mille-Cuisses transformed into a card game.

Artistes: Luke Abbott, Christian Addor, Tapes Adventure, Yvan Alvarez, David Amaral, Dorine Aguerre, Murmures Barbares, Kim Seob Boninsegni, AJIKA, David Ashby, Julien Baillod, Massimiliano Baldassarri, Kyung Roh Bannwart, Sacha Béraud, Tonino De Bernardi, Vanessa Billy, Blanktapes, Fabian Boschung, Lupo Borgonovo, Bruno Botella, Harold Bouvard, Giovanni Carmine (Kunsthalle St-Gallen), Les frères Chapuisat, Jérémy Chevalier, Henry Collins, Héron Cool, Marie Cool Fabio Balducci, Philippe Daerendinger, Tom Dale, Madame Dame, Sinner DC, Baudouin De Jaer, Dejode & Lacombe, Dany Digler, Camille Ducellier, Emmanuel Paxon Dupasquier, Eric Duyckaerts, Pia Epremian De Silvestris, Lugano Fell, Lionel Ferchaud, Fred Fischer, Laurent Flutsch, Luke Fowler, FU, Massimo Furlan, Adrian Gaille, Pierre Gattoni, Kester Güdel, H., Johnny Haway, Tarik Hayward, Ionic South, John Isaacs, Martin Jakob, Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, François Jaques, Georg Keller, Markus Kummer, Renaud Loda, Francisco da Mata, Guy Meldem, Mental Groove (Olivier Ducret), Flavio Merlo, Metzger & Bauer, Wyrding Module, Nicolas Momein, Dr. Nezumi, Gyan Panchal, Papiro, Julia Perazzini, Matthieu Pilloud, Sam Porritt, Pùrpura, Léopold Rabus, Till Rabus, Nicolas Raufaste, Marco Repetto, Christophe Rey, Sylviane Röösli, Mario Sancho, Valerio Scamuffa, Fabio Scandura, Christian Schneider, Xavière Sennac, A. Spring, Aymeric Tarrade, Squares and Triangles, Javier Téllez, Swann Thommen, Brynjar Thorsson, Mélissa Tun Tun, Turbosieste, Uiutna, U-Zehn, Jean-Thomas Vannotti, Sebastien Verdon, Mélanie Veuillet, Serge Vuille, Christian Waldvogel, Galaxia Wang, Wildrfid, Yinsh, ZOV…

Concept: Bruno Botella & Arthur de Pury
Writing: CAN team & Bruno Botella
Illustrations: Colors
Pages: 2 games of 65 cards and 1 booklet
Format: 17cm x 20cm
Language: French
Graphism: Noémie Gygax
Edition: CAN, 2018
Price: CHF 30.-

Anything by the Smiths, 2018
Publication Exhibition catalog

A look back at two of Jonathan Monk’s same shows at the CAN, 17 years apart in 2015 and 1997.

During the show that ran at CAN from 25 May to 6 July 1997, the press release announced the following: “Anything by the Smiths. In his way, going back over the founding myths of modern art, the young British artist Jonathan Monk conjures up by turns (and simultaneously, too, at times) Rock & Roll, football and pub culture. Aware of the themes in play, the artist smokes his last cigarette and bucks himself up by listening to the sound of waves in a shell. Here is finally a show that will fuel conversations in stadiums and bars (where the artist performs from time to time).”

Artists: Jonathan Monk
Author: Marc-Olivier Wahler
Illustrations: Color
Pages: 28
Format: 22cm x 32cm
Languages: French / English
Graphism: Noémie Gygax
Edition: CAN, 2018
Price: CHF 12.-

 

Bye-bye la compagnie, 2018
Edition 11 proposals from artist of the eponimous exhibition

This edition follow the Bye-bye la compagnie project, which took place from October 14 to December 15, 2016 in temporary place due to renovations at CAN.

Contents of the edition:
Massimiliano Baldassarri & Jean-Baptiste Ganne, Les deux faces de la même médaille, vinyl
Bruno Botella, Prémisses d’une conversion (des chiffres à la sauvagerie), publication, offset print
CAN team, Bye-bye la conclusion et colophon, photocopy
Mutual, Blog of Bye-bye la compagnie (excerpts), publication, photocopies
Mutual, Program of the Event of Bye-bye la compagnie, photocopy
FEC (Fraction Extrême Centre), Agiotage, print on typographic press Heidelberg
Fucking Good Art, Pascal Gielen about The murmuring of the artistic multitude, poster, offset print
Mohéna Kühni, Le canard mouillé, screen print on fabric
Renaud Loda, Balo, pebble hangraved
RELAX (chiarenza & hauser & co), Le Manifeste de la Richesse, poster, offset print
Sebastien Verdon, No Grain No Gain No Grain No Graino, publication, offset print

Illustrations: Color
Format: 32cm x 32cm
Languages: French / English
Edition: CAN, 2018
Price: open price

qotrob, 2017
Publication Hallucinogenetic experiments and Persan lycanthropy

Artist: Bruno Botella
Authors: Bruno Botella, Daniel Heller-Roazen, Bertrand Thierry de Crussol des Épesse
Illustrations: Black/White
Pages: 224
Format: 12cm x 18.5cm
Language(s): French
Graphism: Jean-Marie Courant for Catalogue Général
Edition: CAN and Catalogue Général, 2017
Price: CHF 14.-

Serpent, 2015
Publication Photographs by Martin Widmer, taken in the exhibition by Jonathan Binet Justesse et Quiproquo at CAN in 2014

Artists: Jonathan Binet, Martin Widmer
Author: Marie Villemin
Illustrations: Color
Pages: 48
Format: 23.5cm x 33.8cm
Languages: Français / Anglais
Graphism: Möslang & Möslang
Edition: CAN, 2015
Price : CHF 30.-

Badge CAN, 2015
Edition

Format: ø 2,5 cm
Design: Möslang & Möslang
Edition: CAN, 2015
Price: CHF 5.-

Les Héros de la Pensée, 2012
Publication Transcription of a 26-hour conversation-performance

Complete transcription of the twenty-six hours of debates constituting the performance Les héros de la pensée. Proposed by Massimo Furlan and Clair de Ribaupierre organized by CAN at the Interlope bar. It started on January 21st 2012 at noon.

Artists : Massimon Furlan, Claire de Ribaupierre
Participants : Marc Augé, Pierre-Olivier Dittmar, Bastien Gallet, Emmanuel Giraud, Daniel Fabre, Jacques Hainard, Serge Margel, David Zerbib
Score : Baudoin de Jaer

Illustrations : Black / White
Pages : 612
Format : 16,5 cm x 24 cm
Language : Français
Graphism : Noémie Gygax
Edition : Massimon Furlan / Numéro23Prod & CAN, 2012
Price : CHF 34 .-

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Indice Ultraviolet, 2020
Publication
The questions, experiences and knowledge assimilated during the Indice Ultraviolet project.

Project Indice Ultraviolet took place from June 5th to July 6th 2019.

Marie-Morgane Adatte, Caroline Busta, Maëlle Dreier, Théo Fischer, Marie Griesmar, Gino, Daniel Keller, Renaud Loda, Andrea Marioni, Maud Oïhénart, MACACO Press (Sabrina Fernández Casas et Patricio Gil Flood), Julia Perazzini, Colin Raynal, Sun Cousto, Liza Trottet

Illustrations: Color / black-white
Pages: 224
Graphism: Julien Fischer
Format: 15cm x 20cm
Language: french
Édition: CAN, 2020
Price: out of stock

 

Room 4, 2020
Edition
Stools (40 numbered copies) used as seating for the sound performance program of the Room 4 project

This edition of 40 stools was conceived by Lucas Uhlmann as part of Room 4, a space dedicated to sound performances between the 22nd of November and the 14th of December 2019 in the CAN Centre d’art Neuchâtel. The stools were made available to the public around the bar and in the concert room as part of a whole environment. They now remain as the relics of intangible moments shared between the audience and the artists.

Artist: Lucas Uhlmann
Dimensions: H 82cm – W 55cm – L 33cm
CNC Machining: Laporch sàrl, Bussy-sur-MoudonLacquering: Busch SA, Morrens
Packaging: Bourquin SA, Couvet
Graphic design: Current Matters.ltd
Edition: CAN, 2020
Price: CHF 140.-

 

Mosset/Christophe, 2019
Edition
The singer Christophe set interviews of Olivier Mosset to music, made and cut by Marie Villemin and Martin Widmer.

The idea for this outstanding project was inspired by Christophe’s piece entitled «interview de» in which the whimsical singer uses his own interviews to transform them into a song. This system has been used by Christophe several times in his career. When in 2017, Marie Villemin and Martin Widmer worked on Olivier Mosset’s exhibition project, they became aware of the importance of the interviews conducted by the painter and decided to focus on this aspect of the artist. They then think back to this work by Christophe and, after several adventures, they contact the singer and send him an audio assembly consisting of cut-outs of interviews they had conducted with Olivier Mosset. To their great surprise, Christophe agreed to work on the project and create a sound universe around the artist’s words. The disc is a maxi 45t composed of a side A which gathers the musical piece of about ten minutes, and a side B which receives a visual.

Launch : July 6th, 2019

Artists: Olivier Mosset, Christophe
Music and recording: Christophe
Vinyle Maxi 45t.
Format: 12″
Side A: audio 10 minutes
Side B: visuel
Cover art: Martin Widmer
Mixing: Olivier Leducq « Duke Salomon », Cosmos Studio, Paris
Mastering: Flo Kaufmann
Engraving: Flo Kaufmann
Production monitoring and pressing: Simon Riat
Edition: CAN, 2019
Price: CHF 25.-

 

Neo Geography, 2019
Publication
Publication based on the eponymous exhibitions organised at the CAN, Neuchâtel, and Post Territory Ujeongguk, Seoul, bringing together the work of six Swiss and Korean artists, as well as unpublished texts by Korean curators and theorists.

The encounter between two scenes, Swiss and South Korean. The occasion to rethink an exhibition format, the exchange between two art centres. These were the premises of Neo Geography I & II, a project involving three artists based in Switzerland – Chloé Delarue, Tatiana Rihs, Matthias Sohr – and three Korean artists – Yuri An, Hwayeon Nam, Jeehee Park. The six works produced especially for Neo Geography from the invi- tation of the curators Kyung Roh Bannwart and Adeena Mey to respond to their research, an attempt to go beyond certain curatorial contingencies. Its subjects were the architectural critics Sigfried Giedion and Young Bae Ahn whose textual and photographic montages drew a conceptual link between the two countries, the exhibition appropriating this exchange which, although it did not take place, offered a potential, actualised by the project.

Functioning both as the catalogue of the two exhibitions, at CAN and then at Post Territory Ujeongguk in Seoul in 2017, and including a series of texts by Korean curators and theorists, as well as by the project’s curators, this publication extends the research initiated around modernist thinking and the possibilities they offer to contemporary artists, between Switzerland and South Korea.

 

Illustrations: Color / Black-White
Pages: 176
Format: 17cm x 24cm
Language(s): English / Korean
Graphism: Notter + Vigne
Edition: CAN, 2019
Price: CHF 35.-

 

L’Hospice des Mille-Cuisses Expériences de guérison (box-set), 2018
Publication
A game of cards and strategy based on the experience of healing attempted for the 20th anniversary of CAN.

Catalogu of the exhibition L’Hospice des Mille-Cuisses transformed into a card game.

Artistes: Luke Abbott, Christian Addor, Tapes Adventure, Yvan Alvarez, David Amaral, Dorine Aguerre, Murmures Barbares, Kim Seob Boninsegni, AJIKA, David Ashby, Julien Baillod, Massimiliano Baldassarri, Kyung Roh Bannwart, Sacha Béraud, Tonino De Bernardi, Vanessa Billy, Blanktapes, Fabian Boschung, Lupo Borgonovo, Bruno Botella, Harold Bouvard, Giovanni Carmine (Kunsthalle St-Gallen), Les frères Chapuisat, Jérémy Chevalier, Henry Collins, Héron Cool, Marie Cool Fabio Balducci, Philippe Daerendinger, Tom Dale, Madame Dame, Sinner DC, Baudouin De Jaer, Dejode & Lacombe, Dany Digler, Camille Ducellier, Emmanuel Paxon Dupasquier, Eric Duyckaerts, Pia Epremian De Silvestris, Lugano Fell, Lionel Ferchaud, Fred Fischer, Laurent Flutsch, Luke Fowler, FU, Massimo Furlan, Adrian Gaille, Pierre Gattoni, Kester Güdel, H., Johnny Haway, Tarik Hayward, Ionic South, John Isaacs, Martin Jakob, Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, François Jaques, Georg Keller, Markus Kummer, Renaud Loda, Francisco da Mata, Guy Meldem, Mental Groove (Olivier Ducret), Flavio Merlo, Metzger & Bauer, Wyrding Module, Nicolas Momein, Dr. Nezumi, Gyan Panchal, Papiro, Julia Perazzini, Matthieu Pilloud, Sam Porritt, Pùrpura, Léopold Rabus, Till Rabus, Nicolas Raufaste, Marco Repetto, Christophe Rey, Sylviane Röösli, Mario Sancho, Valerio Scamuffa, Fabio Scandura, Christian Schneider, Xavière Sennac, A. Spring, Aymeric Tarrade, Squares and Triangles, Javier Téllez, Swann Thommen, Brynjar Thorsson, Mélissa Tun Tun, Turbosieste, Uiutna, U-Zehn, Jean-Thomas Vannotti, Sebastien Verdon, Mélanie Veuillet, Serge Vuille, Christian Waldvogel, Galaxia Wang, Wildrfid, Yinsh, ZOV…

Concept: Bruno Botella & Arthur de Pury
Writing: CAN team & Bruno Botella
Illustrations: Colors
Pages: 2 games of 65 cards and 1 booklet
Format: 17cm x 20cm
Language: French
Graphism: Noémie Gygax
Edition: CAN, 2018
Price: CHF 30.-

Anything by the Smiths, 2018
Publication
Exhibition catalog

A look back at two of Jonathan Monk’s same shows at the CAN, 17 years apart in 2015 and 1997.

During the show that ran at CAN from 25 May to 6 July 1997, the press release announced the following: “Anything by the Smiths. In his way, going back over the founding myths of modern art, the young British artist Jonathan Monk conjures up by turns (and simultaneously, too, at times) Rock & Roll, football and pub culture. Aware of the themes in play, the artist smokes his last cigarette and bucks himself up by listening to the sound of waves in a shell. Here is finally a show that will fuel conversations in stadiums and bars (where the artist performs from time to time).”

Artists: Jonathan Monk
Author: Marc-Olivier Wahler
Illustrations: Color
Pages: 28
Format: 22cm x 32cm
Languages: French / English
Graphism: Noémie Gygax
Edition: CAN, 2018
Price: CHF 12.-

 

Bye-bye la compagnie, 2018
Edition
11 proposals from artist of the eponimous exhibition

This edition follow the Bye-bye la compagnie project, which took place from October 14 to December 15, 2016 in temporary place due to renovations at CAN.

Contents of the edition:
Massimiliano Baldassarri & Jean-Baptiste Ganne, Les deux faces de la même médaille, vinyl
Bruno Botella, Prémisses d’une conversion (des chiffres à la sauvagerie), publication, offset print
CAN team, Bye-bye la conclusion et colophon, photocopy
Mutual, Blog of Bye-bye la compagnie (excerpts), publication, photocopies
Mutual, Program of the Event of Bye-bye la compagnie, photocopy
FEC (Fraction Extrême Centre), Agiotage, print on typographic press Heidelberg
Fucking Good Art, Pascal Gielen about The murmuring of the artistic multitude, poster, offset print
Mohéna Kühni, Le canard mouillé, screen print on fabric
Renaud Loda, Balo, pebble hangraved
RELAX (chiarenza & hauser & co), Le Manifeste de la Richesse, poster, offset print
Sebastien Verdon, No Grain No Gain No Grain No Graino, publication, offset print

Illustrations: Color
Format: 32cm x 32cm
Languages: French / English
Edition: CAN, 2018
Price: open price

qotrob, 2017
Publication
Hallucinogenetic experiments and Persan lycanthropy

Artist: Bruno Botella
Authors: Bruno Botella, Daniel Heller-Roazen, Bertrand Thierry de Crussol des Épesse
Illustrations: Black/White
Pages: 224
Format: 12cm x 18.5cm
Language(s): French
Graphism: Jean-Marie Courant for Catalogue Général
Edition: CAN and Catalogue Général, 2017
Price: CHF 14.-

Serpent, 2015
Publication
Photographs by Martin Widmer, taken in the exhibition by Jonathan Binet Justesse et Quiproquo at CAN in 2014

Artists: Jonathan Binet, Martin Widmer
Author: Marie Villemin
Illustrations: Color
Pages: 48
Format: 23.5cm x 33.8cm
Languages: Français / Anglais
Graphism: Möslang & Möslang
Edition: CAN, 2015
Price : CHF 30.-

Badge CAN, 2015
Edition

Format: ø 2,5 cm
Design: Möslang & Möslang
Edition: CAN, 2015
Price: CHF 5.-

Les Héros de la Pensée, 2012
Publication
Transcription of a 26-hour conversation-performance

Complete transcription of the twenty-six hours of debates constituting the performance Les héros de la pensée. Proposed by Massimo Furlan and Clair de Ribaupierre organized by CAN at the Interlope bar. It started on January 21st 2012 at noon.

Artists : Massimon Furlan, Claire de Ribaupierre
Participants : Marc Augé, Pierre-Olivier Dittmar, Bastien Gallet, Emmanuel Giraud, Daniel Fabre, Jacques Hainard, Serge Margel, David Zerbib
Score : Baudoin de Jaer

Illustrations : Black / White
Pages : 612
Format : 16,5 cm x 24 cm
Language : Français
Graphism : Noémie Gygax
Edition : Massimon Furlan / Numéro23Prod & CAN, 2012
Price : CHF 34 .-

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