QUILT #01 — #30 by Philipp Gufler

with work on display

Thursday October 8, 1pm

The artists’ book ‘Quilt #01 — #30’ presents an ongoing series of quilts –silkscreen printed fabrics– produced since 2013 by Philipp Gufler. By combining text and image, Philipp Gufler’s series of works refer to artists, writers, LGBTIQ+ magazines and lost queer spaces, which are often omitted from thel history books. The subjects that are central to Gufler’s quilts are closely related to his own artistic practice and interests, but also his personal life. For the occasion of this book presentation, three quilts by Gufler will be on display at San Serriffe. 

“Questioning heteronormative gender roles and gender identity is a thread that runs throughout Gufler’s practice as well as through the series of quilts, for example in Quilt #19, dedicated to Kirsten Nilsson (1931–2017). Born Karl Erick Böttcher in Brandenburg, they worked as a barber and costumier before finding their calling as a ‘female impersonator’ in drag bars in Munich, Berlin and Hamburg. In 1964 Nilsson underwent gender reassignment surgery in Casablanca, Morocco. The operation was extremely risky at the time and patients had to sign an agreement that if they did not survive their body would be cremated and their ashes would be scattered at sea.“ (Quote by Laurie Cluitmans, curator of contemporary art at the Centraal Museum in Utrecht, from Quilt #01 — #30)

From 1957 to 1963 Dutch writer Gerard Reve lived in the Oudezijds Achterburgwal 55 in Amsterdam and often visited the hidden catholic church Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder. The texts on Quilt #30 (Gerard Reve) from 2019 are referring to his novels Nader tot U from 1966 and Lieve jongens from 1973. 

Quilt #24 (C.) is referring to a character from Guflers artist book ‘Indirect Contact’. In the publication historic figures and contemporaries of Gufler meet outside the boundaries of chronological order. He gives them an indirect voice in the form of appropriated fragments. The persona that links all 21 chapters is Jäcki, based on the protagonist from Hubert Fichte’s novels. Like Fichte, Gufler makes use of the character Jäcki as a screen as well as ambivalent Doppelgänger (who never fully becomes the alter ego). Rather than an identity produced through fixed ways of being, Jäcki explores the self through the constant destabilization of his own identity.

Philipp Gufler works spans various media including silkscreen prints on fabric and mirrors, artist books, performances and video installations. For the video installation ‘Projection on the Crisis (Gauweilereien in Munich)’ (2014) he began researching into the self-organized archive Forum Queeres Archiv München, of which Gufler has since become an active member. Philipp Gufler studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and attended artist residencies De Ateliers, Amsterdam (2015-2017) and Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Maine, USA (2019). He published the artist books ‘Projektion auf die Krise’ (2014), ‘I Wanna Give You Devotion’ (2017), ‘Quilt #01-#30’ (2020) and ‘Lana Kaiser’ (2020) with Hammann Von Mier Verlag, Munich and ‘Indirect Contact’ (2017) with BQ, Berlin.

The publication ‘Quilt #01 – #30’ was published by Hammann von Mier Verlag with the kind support by Centraal Museum Utrecht, LfA Förderbank Bayern, Mondriaan Fund, the public fund for visual art and cultural heritage, Stichting Stokroos and the galleries BQ, Berlin and Françoise Heitsch, Munich.
San Serriffe wants to thank gallery BQ for the loan of the works on display. 

past

22.06.24

DIS/IDENTIFICATION by Philipp Gufler

20.06.24

THE QUANTUM ISLE by SasaHara

15.06.24

CONFIDENCES / ORACLE by Ivan Cheng

13.06.24

OF DOGS AND DAUGHTERS with Simona Koutná and Susan van Veen

08.06.24

VOICE UNDER by Ester M Bergsmark

07.06.24

BESTIARY OF TONGUELETS by Mercedes Azpilicueta

06.06.24

IF NEED BE by Pejvak

01.06.24

PLEASURE PROVIDERS PILLOW TALK

30.05.24

YOU LOVED AN IMAGE by Charlotte Rohde

25.05.24

NIEUWE NIEUWSMARKT, initiated by Werker Collective

24.05.24

AMMONIA SUNRISE by Aske Hyldborg Jensen and THE INFINITE FURY by Ian Macartney

23.05.24

ONE SHAPE OF THE LANGUAGE: CYRILLIC ARCHIVES by Inna Kochkina

11.05.24

FREINET TECHNIQUES by Paul Gangloff

09.05.24

TENDING GRIEF by Camille Sapara Barton

26.04.24

CC3(shoegaze) by Helmer Stuyt and Jim Klok

19.04.24

SINCE BUILDINGS SEEM TO WHISPER by Benjamim Furtado

18.04.24

Extra Intra Reader 3: Swallowed Like a Whole

12.04.24

VOICES AND BREATHS by Alice Wong and Simo Tse

06.04.24

DEPOSITION by Marissa Lee Benedict, David Rueter and Daniel De Paula

04.04.24

Flower, fruit, leaf, husk and root: Experiments in Growing Colour

14.03.24

Struggglllllllldvamfrgajmjskjkekllnwohtpaprsssmsztsvbz&pg

07.03.24

Channel SISSSSSSSS

04.03.24

ANTEAESTHETICS by Rizvana Bradley

17.02.24

Kiki’s Fugue: Spleen at the Verge of Boredom #5 by MRZB

09.02.24

WHAT DESIGN CAN’T DO by Silvio Lorusso

08.02.24

ZOO INDEX READER by Terezie Štindlová

17.12.23

CALENDAR 2024: PLAID by Masaki Komoto + CINCIN 2024

16.12.23

RETAIL VÉRITÉ by A Maior

15.12.23

MERCURIAL by Martin Huger

08.12.23

SHOW TIME BOOK / BOOK TIME SHOW by Alexandra Bachzetsis

07.12.23

FA3: THE TITLE OF THIS WORK IS TO BE SKETCHED by Benjamin McMillan

25.11.23

A BABE IN THE WOODS by Giene Steenman

24.11.23

ON CUDDLING w/ Phanuel Antwi

23.11.23

THE HOUR BEFORE SUNSET by Milena Bonila

22.11.23

ODE TO THE RIBBON — an evening with Lisa Robertson, hosted by Romy Day Winkel

17.11.23

BITTERSWIET by Liza Prins

04.11.23

ALWAYS OPEN ALWAYS CLOSED by Caitlin Merrett King w/ Annie Goodner

02.11.23

THE ATTENDANTS by Louis Mason w/ Becket MWN

29.10.23

SAMPLE BOOK by Katie Schwab

19.10.23

EXXXO: A XENO-COMMUNITY?

14.10.23

D FOR DAUGHTER by Elina Birkehag

05.10.23

SOLITARY by Tyler Coburn, with Becket MWN

30.09.23

Sensitive Study of the Disappearing gay Cruising Scene in the Riparian Forest of St Privat

29.09.23

FEEDING ON LIGHT by Eva-Fiore Kovakovsky

21.09.23

CATALOG #23, ‘Articulated Models’ by Ott Metusala

17.09.23

VOID — a new collection by Avoidstreet

16.09.23

CATASTROPHE TIME! with editor Gary Zhexi Zhang, Metahaven and Merve Bedir

14.09.23

reading by Davey Davis and Huw Lemmey

09.09.23

IMAGE RIP by Geoff Han

02.09.23

THE OLDEST THING by Ruth van Beek

13.07.23

ECOES #5 by Sonic Acts

06.07.23

RECITAL by Tild Greene

01.07.23

THE PERFECT HOUSE HAS BECOME A RUIN by Elena Braida

29.06.23

FOUNDATIONS by Víctor Santamarina + SCENES FROM THE POLDER WESTERN by Pilar Mata Dupont and Erika Roux

22.06.23

I AM GOING TO BE YOUR LAST TEACHER by Yael Davids

21.06.23

KICK THE LATCH by Kathryn Scanlan w/ Kate Briggs

08.06.23

HEADS TOGETHER — Weed and the Underground Press Syndicate

02.06.23

PLEASURE PROVIDERS PILLOW TALK hosted by Kami Million

01.06.23

TOO MUCH by the Sandberg Institute’s Critical Studies Department

31.05.23

BE LIKE WATER by Anouk Kruithof

20.05.23

W-STREET (PLOT POINTS AND NON-FICTIONS) by Jan-Pieter ‘t Hart

19.05.23

WHAT ARE THE WORDS YOU DO NOT HAVE YET?

18.05.23

AGAINST AGEISM: A QUEER MANIFESTO by Simon(e) van Saarloos

07.05.23

THE HEART IS A SANDWICH by Jason Fulford

20.04.23

GIRLS LIKE US #14: Letters of Disappointment

16.04.23

OBJECTS OF MY AFFECTION by Jil Kunkat

30.03.23

EXTRA INTRA READER #2: A SLIGHT BREATH

23.03.23

NOTES ON DEVILS by Jacob Dwyer

17.03.23

TABRAT by Bart de Baets

16.03.23

THE SHARING ECONOMY by Sophie Berrebi

09.03.23

SEED OF MEMORY by Weaving Realities

04.03.23

A SHRINE TO APHRODITE by Philipp Gufler

02.03.23

MsHERESIES #5: We Are Going to Lose

23.02.23

SISSS

19.02.23

CINCIN TOWEL-CALENDAR 2023 by CCC x BBB

16.02.23

ATLAS OF ASPECT CHANGE by Tine Melzer

09.02.23

CATALOG #22: Beard. Man. Jug. Rubble. Woman. Vessel with Kasia Fudakowski

05.02.23

KNOW THY AUDIENCE by Nadia de Vries

03.02.23

A SENTENCE IN SOIL by Magali Reus

02.02.23

LIKE DUST BEFORE IT FALLS by Márk Redele

28.01.23

ROBIDA #8: Isola Otok Island

19.01.23

FRESH FLEX WORK FORCE by Alina Lupu

15.01.23

AFTER INSTITUTIONS by Karen Archey

14.01.23

NOTES ON EVIL by Steven Warwick

21.12.22

Reading Bernadette Mayer’s MIDWINTER DAY

18.12.22

2023 CALENDAR by Masaki Komoto

18.12.22

Unwrapping the new San Serriffe WRAPPING PAPER by Riet Wijnen

10.12.22

Double Bill: BILL4 and MMDC3 with Julie Peeters and Angie Keefer

08.12.22

AUX)001 MIXTAPE

27.11.22

HOW DO WE SAY, WHAT DO WE FEEL, HOW DO WE LOVE by Tash Keddy

26.11.22

DAISYWORLD #5: Dangerous Depths (a hydrofeminist hymn)

24.11.22

An evening with ODETE, in collaboration with kanaal40

17.11.22

THE RIGHT TO THE CITY XXX by Werker Collective and Loma Doom (Femke Dekker)

10.11.22

EXERCISES IN PRACTICAL MISCHIEVERY by Laura Pappa, Carlo Canún and Charlotte York

09.11.22

SHOP LITERATI by Bruno Zhu

03.11.22

URANUS by Karel Martens

30.10.22

MAQUILLAGE AS MEDITATION by Sara Giannini

06.10.22

S75 By Petra Stavast

22.09.22

NARRATIVE MACHINES: EPISODE 5 by Ghita Skali

27.08.22

MY KINGDOM FOR A TITLE by Pope.L

09.07.22

SOME THINGS BLEAK by Charlott Markus

08.07.22

OBERIH by understructures

07.07.22

BAD GAYS with Huw Lemmey and Ben Miller

03.07.22

THE ART OF CRITIQUE

30.06.22

UNBIDDEN TONGUES #7: Continuity Girl with Naomi Pearce

23.06.22

CUISINE EXISTENTIELLE by Lei Saito

19.05.22

THE MATERIAL KINSHIP READER

15.05.22

DORM by Isabelle Andriessen

14.05.22

PLAY SINCERELY! by Olivier Goethals

08.05.22

CONFIDENCES / MAJORITY by Ivan Cheng

21.04.22

WRITING CLASS: AN UNABRIDGED COLLECTION

14.04.22

THE FOLD by Fleur van Dodewaard

08.04.22

HTSU: CLONES by Matilda Tjäder

07.04.22

DARK ROOM by Phyllis Christopher w/ Rosen Eveleigh

12.03.22

FARBEN by Marc Nagtzaam

03.03.22

OFF COURSE #1 by Cleo Tsw

17.02.22

STILI DRAMA—Stili Drama XIII-XXI / La Giostra di Lulu XLI-XLIV by MRZB

10.02.22

MsHERESIES #4: DAFFODILS — Rosalind Belben by Rietlanden Women’s Office

18.12.21

TELL ME WHERE TO WRITE MY NAME by Huub Kooijman

11.12.21

AS IF by Uta Eisenreich

04.12.21

ESPÍRITU REBELDE / REBELLIOUS SPIRIT by Sofia Reyes

02.12.21

COUNTER-SIGNALS #4: Identity is the Crisis

28.11.21

ELECTRIC BRINE by Jennifer Teets

28.11.21

DAISYWORLD MAGAZINE #3: ROT, LANGUAGE & A STRAY BUTTERFLY

27.11.21

I THINK AND I THINK I’VE THOUGHT A THOUGHT by Josse Pyl

13.11.21

SCHOOL OF WATERS (Mediterranea 19 Biennial)

11.11.21

CATALOG #19: Shimmer, Slice, Accretion

05.11.21

TWENTY TERRIFYING TALES FROM OUR TECHNOFEUDAL TOMORROW by William Kherbek

03.11.21

BEVERLY BUCHANAN: MARSH RUINS by Amelia Groom

24.10.21

ROMANCE UTOPIA by Romy Day Winkel

14.10.21

IMAGINE IF YOU COULD MOVE AROUND THE CITY LIKE YOU DO IN THE HILLS IN BETWEEN VILLAGES by Dasha Leo

23.09.21

STAGE OF RECOVERY by Georgia Sagri

08.07.21

I FAILED TO SWOON by Nadia de Vries

20.06.21

RESOLUTION #1: HOT PICTURES

09.06.21

ON DRIFTING by Calypso3621

27.05.21

WAREHOUSE: A Place for Clothes in Context

13.05.21

CONFIDENCES / BASELINE by Ivan Cheng

11.04.21

DAISYWORLD MAGAZINE #2: No Winter Lasts Forever, No Spring Skips its Turn

08.04.21

WE WANT TO LOOK UP AT THE SUN, BUT COULD THE SUN BE LOOKING DOWN ON US? by Olivier Goethals and Rudy Guedj

18.03.21

CATALOG #17: Impressed

10.12.20

ANTHROPOPHYTA by Sae Honda

19.11.20

TIME IS AN ARROW, ERROR by Katja Mater

05.11.20

LATE BLOOMER by Josefina Anjou and Niklas Büscher

22.10.20

THE SERVING LIBRARY ANNUAL 2020/21

08.10.20

QUILT #01 — #30 by Philipp Gufler

27.09.20

DAISYW✿RLD MAGAZINE

24.09.20

NO THANKS, I’M JUST LOOKING by Lisa Sudhibhasilp

23.07.20

Warehouse Review 001: PEOPLE WEARING OFF-WHITE

16.07.20

DOUBLE TROUBLE sale of double books from Henk Groenendijk’s collection

25.06.20

DEAR CLAY, by Stéphanie Baechler

13.03.20

HOW TO SHOW UP? with Rami Karim

12.03.20

F.R. DAVID: VERY GOOD

20.02.20

OVAL by Elvia Will

11.01.20

200 SISTER SOUVENIRS by Rebecca Stephany

09.01.20

A talk by Will Holder

19.12.19

2020 BUTCHCAMP CALENDAR

07.12.19

PRESS & FOLD #1: The Luxury Issue

30.11.19

D&K LOOK BOOK 2019 and MODE AND MODE #7

29.11.19

ARTIFICIAL GUT FEELING by Anna Zett

28.11.19

REAL-TIME REALIST #2 by Jungmyung Lee

23.11.19

POOL 3 by Nora Turato

14.11.19

CHANTS OF ENERGY by Jonathan Aldenberg

07.11.19

REWORLDING RAMALLAH — Short Science Fiction Stories from Palestine

31.10.19

THE EX-CLOWN, THE FAN, THE STRANGER AND I by Thomas Amouyal, Sara Elkamel and Charlotte York

02.10.19

THE RADICAL CUT-UP READER: No Single Narrative + Radical Cut-Up: Nothing is Original

26.09.19

L’EUROPE C’EST DEUTSHLAND QUAND TU RATE LABA TU EST FOUTUE MON FRÈRE, LE RESTE C’EST DU FOUMA-FOUMA! by Eliott Déchamboux & Marcel Mrejen

19.09.19

F.R. DAVID: RECTO VERSO

24.07.19

RED TORY: My Corbyn Chemsex Hell by Spitzenprodukte

04.07.19

FORTUNE by Jacob Peter Kovner

27.06.19

FAKE IT! FAKE THEM! FAKE YOU! FAKE US! by Hackers & Designers

20.06.19

SIDEREAL READER by Janine Armin and Laura Wiedijk

08.06.19

DECODING DICTATORIAL STATUES by Ted Hyunhak Yoon

06.06.19

ISSUE #4 by Sandberg Design Department

02.06.19

HOW TO SHOW UP? Argento e oro by Holly Childs, Teddy Coste and Rosie Haward

30.05.19

An evening with Sophie Collins & Daisy Lafarge

25.05.19

MAY 25 IS NOW OCTOBER 1 by Bardhi Haliti

23.05.19

SCHEMAS OF UNCERTAINTY by Callum Copley & Danae Io

18.05.19

JOIN Collective Clothes by Anouk Beckers

16.05.19

QUESTIONS? — Looking for answers in the middle of somewhere

09.05.19

THE FACIT MODEL by Our Polite Society

06.04.19

A SANDWICH, A WALLET AND A GIRAFFE

04.04.19

NXS #4: ALGORITHMIC ANXIETY

29.03.19

Bouble Bill: AFRO-FABULATIONS by Tavia Nyong’o + CRITICAL FABULATIONS by Daniela Rosner

20.03.19

CANCELLED by Marlie Mul

01.03.19

BILL 2

28.02.19

Artist talk by DIANN BAUER (Laboria Cuboniks)

15.02.19

F.R. DAVID: BLACK SUN

31.01.19

LANGUAGE IS SKIN by Romy Rüegger

24.01.19

FRIEDRICH HÖLDERLIN: SELECTED POEMS AND LETTERS