Public Art as Public Authorship: Jochen Gerz’s Future Monument


Short Bibliography on Jochen Gerz



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Short Bibliography on Jochen Gerz

Jochen Gerz Publica: The Public Works 1968-1999, Hatje Cantz Verlag, Museion Bozen/Bolzano, 1999.

Simon Baker, ‘Interview with Jochen Gerz’, Oxford Art Journal, 24.2, 2001, 25-40.

Jochen Gerz, In Case We Meet[for exhibition ‘Temps Détournés éo et Internet Dans L’oeuvre, 1969-2002’, Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne, 24.04.2002], Éditions du Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2002.

Jochen Gerz, L’Anti-Monument, Les Mots de Paris, Paris Musée/Actes Sud, Paris 2002.


Websites:

www.warwick.ac.uk

www.coventryphoenix.org.uk

www.google.com: www.gerz.fr

JonathanVickery (Dr)

Department of History of Art

University of Warwick

Coventry

CV4 7AL


West Midlands

Author’s Note: I wish to thank all who have been involved in the discussions and research concerning Jochen Gerz's Future Monument project, including Jochen Gerz, Olivia Morel-Bransbourg, Professor Clive Richards, John Devane, Jill Journeaux, Christopher Beck, Colin Dale, Jenny Burns, Aileen Bennett, Agathi Tsoroni, Elizabeth Green, Emma Neville, Fiona Lewis, Helen Cropper, Nila Panchal, Tim Smith, Llinos Griffiths, Felicity Williams, Kathryn Johnson, Sarah Mate, Stuart McFadyen, Katherine Murray, Katherine Uys, and Tamara Wood.



 










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