Brady Cranfield and Jamie Hilder: Due To Injuries

“This publication is part of the exhibition Due To Injuries…, which was held at 221A in Vancouver in 2013. The exhibition included a collection of artworks, which were offered in the space of the gallery and one disseminated by mail; a reading and discussion group held in the offices of 221A; a talk by Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi at Simon Fraser University; and a two-part set of lectures, also presented in the space of the gallery, in response to Berardi’s talk. Available both as a print publication and online, this collection offers a transcription of Berardi’s talk and the responses given to it by Jaleh Mansoor, Enda Brophy, Cecily Nicholson, and Steve Collis.”

— From the Introduction, by Curators Brady Cranfield and Jamie Hilder

Examining the cultural expressions of finance and economics, Due to Injuries… follows a trajectory in Cranfield and Hilder’s work that engages what they refer to as the Economist’s Aesthetic: a mode of encountering and representing the world through the forms, operations, and priorities of the economy.

Published by 221A and Publication Studio Vancouver.

$15 CAD

105 pp.
5.5 x 8.5 inches