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Pavel Büchler: Peep-Hole Sheet #07

Limited edition: 350 numbered copies
8 pages
English/Italian
Broadsheet in transparent packaging, 48 x 33 cm
ISBN 9788896501498
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Unpublished text by Czech artist Pavel Büchler.

Pavel Büchler is an artist, lecturer and writer. He is committed to the catalytic nature of art – its potential to draw attention to the obvious and revealing it as ultimately strange. Notes from the bottom of a bag is released in conjunction of his exhibition Working Title (in collaboration with Evangelia Spiliopoulou) at Peep-Hole.
In almost two years, this is the first time that the exhibition program and the contribution for the editiorial project overlap. It is not a coincidence, but a way to pay homage to an intellectual we think is one of the key figures on the art scene in Europe and around the world.
The text is composed of a series of notes gathered and collected. As Büchler says at the beginning of the text, they “are unresolved, undeveloped, unrehearsed and unrevised. They are left that way so that the writing can continue.” They are ‘useless’ notes that build a discussion around ‘nothing’ and (like art) acquire meaning by saying (doing) that which is meaningless in itself.

Pavel Büchler: Peep-Hole Sheet #07

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Pavel Büchler is an artist, lecturer and writer. He is committed to the catalytic nature of art – its potential to draw attention to the obvious and revealing it as ultimately strange. Notes from the bottom of a bag is released in conjunction of his exhibition Working Title (in collaboration with Evangelia Spiliopoulou) at Peep-Hole.
In almost two years, this is the first time that the exhibition program and the contribution for the editiorial project overlap. It is not a coincidence, but a way to pay homage to an intellectual we think is one of the key figures on the art scene in Europe and around the world.
The text is composed of a series of notes gathered and collected. As Büchler says at the beginning of the text, they “are unresolved, undeveloped, unrehearsed and unrevised. They are left that way so that the writing can continue.” They are ‘useless’ notes that build a discussion around ‘nothing’ and (like art) acquire meaning by saying (doing) that which is meaningless in itself.

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