Digital Justice, Ken Isaacs, and books on climbing and housing





Digital Justice, Ken Isaacs,
and books on climbing and housing

“The center-piece is a reconstruction, or re-interpretation of one of Ken Isaacs living cubes according to the metric system. It will also serve as a display and reading-room for books about climbing, and housing (woodstock houses, the hippie farm book, arbosculptures). Juxtaposed is a series of lamps with motifs of “digital justice”, one of the first graphic novels drawn entirely digital and mainly responsible for putting batman back on the map in the nineties.
It’s somehow a very lose and free association between these self-organized, now (in blogs and tumblrs) widely hyped structures of the seventies, and this graphic novel, maybe another hermetic structure, digital DIY, etc …”

July 29–August 13, 2011
Opening July 28, 6pm
New Jerseyy, Basel






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