The master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house is the title of

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    Abstract

    The Catalyst Experiment is a new collection of essays on art writing edited by Lise Haurum and Trine Rytter Andersen. The book culminates the five year research project 'Project Art Writing' which comprises THE CATALYST EXPERIMENT is an interdisciplinary and thematic exhibition format, in which renowned art writers contribute works of art, installations, texts and pictures. The exhibition idea draws its inspiration from a popular architectural concept: catalyst architecture, which aims to unite inhomogeneous and mutually alien urban areas. The title, THE CATALYST EXPERIMENT, is based on an understanding of art writing as a catalyst for the experimental meeting between text and other aesthetic expressions.The exhibition’s works illustrate art writing at the point between contemporary literature and art. See the full programme on the website. Featuring MARIA FUSCO (IR), JESPER RASMUSSEN (DK), MORTEN SØNDERGAARD (DK /F), LISE HARLEV (DK /DE), MAGNUS BÄRTÄS + 2 INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS ; ANDREAS VERMEHREN HOLM (DK), AISLINN MCNAMARA (IR), LINE KALLMAYER (DK/I), NAT BLOCH GREGERSEN (DK), NORA JOUNG (NO) AND RASMUS BRINK PEDERSEN (DK)The project is part of Aarhus activities as European City of Culture, 2017
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe Catalyst Experiment
    PublisherCatalyst Press
    ISBN (Print)9788799986361
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2017

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