Miya Yoshida – Towards (Im)Measurability of Art and Life
Towards (Im)Measurability of Art and Life gathers together various stories, practices, and essays about measurement that embrace paradox, contradiction, and humour. The book creates and introduces incidents of ideas, conceptual methods, acts, and processes of measurement that dwell in a conceptual transition between science (technology) and everyday life. With contributions by Patricia Ticineto Clough, Helmut Draxler, Sophie Houdart, Chihiro Minato, Matt Mullican, Lucy Powell, and Oxana Timofeeva. Published by Archive Books (Berlin).
320 pages, softcover, Archive Books (Berlin).