mercredi 21 juin 2017

MOLAF : entre musée, dialogue et fiction





The Museum of Longing and Failure is a collecting entity that seeks to reveal the visual terrain of its thematic concern. Its form takes shape through a sustained conversation with living artists and collectives, whose contributed sculptural works form the basis of ongoing installations and interventions. Through presentation, production, and publishing, the MOLAF strives to constantly question its own structure, identity, and capacity to both support its collection and generate new forms.

The MOLAF is founded and operated by Andrew Taggart & Chloe Lewis.


MOLAF INCARNATIONS (2016)
21 x 15 cm | 128 pages | Edition of 500
Text, images, and book design by Lewis & Taggart

MOLAF Incarnations is the second published work by the Museum of Longing and Failure. It comprises a short story and a series of paper collages, both based on the first fifty artworks acquired by the MOLAF.


 





MOLAF VARIATIONS (2015)
21 x 15 cm | 144 pages | Edition of 500
Text, images, and book design by Lewis & Taggart

MOLAF Variations is the first published work by the Museum of Longing and Failure. Over the course of the book, the acronym MOLAF is reformulated eighty-eight times in an exhaustive attempt at re-invention
















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