Editions

Le Cube, work in progress. An independent art space in Morocco.

Conceived for the 10th anniversary of Le Cube - independent art room, this publication traces the course of this space and its impact in the field of contemporary arts in Morocco. By allowing many artists to realize projects, exhibitions, meetings and residences, Le Cube - independent art room is positioned as a major player in the contemporary art scene in Morocco.

Contributors : Karima Boudou, Elisabeth Piskernik and the artists
Languages : Sabah El Jabli
Langues : French – English – Arabic
Format fermé : 15 x 21 cm
140 pages

Le Cube – programme 2016

This publication resumes all the projects realised by Le Cube - independent art room during the year 2016, in the space as well as abroad. The combination of critical texts, photography and archives provides an exhaustive overview of dynamics of the art space and its commitments, from both a national and international point of view.

Contributors : Gabrielle Camuset and the artists
Graphics : Sabah El Jabli
Languages : French – English
Closed format : 15 x 21 cm
48 pages

frontières fluides – fluid boundaries

As a first editorial part of the project frontières fluides - fluid boundaries by Mohammed Laouli and Katrin Ströbel, this book brings together research, sketches and photographs created by the artists in Salé, Playa Blanca and Amsterdam; as well as the transcribed testimonies of Bahja, Yassin, Ahmad, Marwan, Rachid, Aderrahim and Sacha.

Contributors: Karima Boudou, Bahja, Yassin, Ahmad, Marwan, Rachid, Aderrahim and Sacha
Languages : English – Arabic
Closed format : 13 x 19,5 cm
144 pages

frontières fluides – fluid boundaries

The second volume of the project frontières fluides – fluid boundaries by Mohammed Laouli and Katrin Ströbel is a corpus of research documents, sketches and photographs by artists in Marseille, Constance and Bregenz; as well as the transcribed testimonies of Emmanuel, Jamil, Anna, Johan, Willi, Bilal and Nashia.

Contributors : Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Claudia Emmert, Emmanuel, Djamil, Anna, Johan, Willi, Bilal and Nashia.
Language : English – Arabic
Closed format : 13 x 19,5 cm
164 pages

WTNOTN (What The Name Of This Nation)

As a publication directed by Karima Boudou and Soufiane Ababri, WTNOTN is considered as significant part of their eponymous exhibition at Le Cube - independent art room.
The project What's The Name Of This Nation (WTNOTN) offers, through the form of the magazine and an exhibition, an exploration of various processes with which ancient Egypt can be re-evaluated under the prism of African identity.

Contributors : Soufiane Ababri, Karima Boudou, Kool Mae Dee, Lili Reynaud Dewan, Mohamed Hmoudane, Kapwani Kiwanga, Mohamed Leftah, Stéphane Léger, Maha Maamoun, Lorraine O’Grady, Alexandre Paulikevitch, Montassir Sakhi, Alexis Vaillant and Fred Wilson.
Graphics : Pauline Laurent & Quentin Bidaud

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Languages : French – English
Closed format : 14,5 x 20,5 cm
144 pages

 

Attokoussy

Released during the exhibition Attokoussy at Hinterland in Vienna, this publication traces the stages of this art and research project on beliefs and rituals in Morocco, and presents the unpublished works developed by the artists during their residency with Le Cube - independent art room.

Contributors : Elisabeth Piskernik, Gabrielle Camuset, Yazid Ben Hounet and the artists
Graphics : Georg Skerbisch
Language : English
Closed format : 15 x 21 cm
32 pages

Binatna / about traces

As part of the project Binatna / about traces, Le Cube – independent art room invites three Austrian artists (Käthe Hager von Strobele, Edith Payer, Nicole Schatt) and three Moroccan artists (Carolle Benitah, Jamila Lamrani, Leila Sadel) for a collaboration that is part of the artistic residencies framework, in Morocco and Austria. Coming from different contexts, these six artists, share a similar vision, in their treatments and questionings concerning the ephemerality of existence, the nature of memory and its preservation, the contextualization of fragments and traces left and put emphasis on the corresponding priorities.
This publication traces the main lines of this bilateral project and presents the new projects realized by the artists as part of Binatna..

Contributors : Elisabeth Piskernik, Wolfgang Angerholzer and the artists
Graphics : Omar Dyouri Ayadi
Language : French – German – Arabic
Closed format : 17 x 24 cm
40 pages

Binatna about trace publication Le Cube, résidence croisée Käthe Hager von Strobele, Edith Payer, Nicole Schatt) et trois marocaines (Carolle Benitah, Jamila Lamrani, Leila Sadel
Regularly, Le Cube - independent art room conceives or supports the realization of editions which prolong the problems developed throughout its programming. The corpora are heterogeneous - texts, interviews, testimonies, images, poems - and testify to a real transversality between theoretical research and contemporary arts.