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Incommunicado (2003)
Exhibition catalogue

Slimvolume (2001)
Poster publication

Cloud & Vision: William Blake in Lambeth (2005)
Exhibition catalogue

Block (2011)
Issue Two: Façade

Rayon Vert (2016)
Exhibition catalogue

The Imaginary Reader (2016)
Pages: 240, Hardcover: 24 x 33 cm

The Live Creature and Ethereal Things (2018)
Pages: 92, Softcover: 22 x 15 cm

Hollows of Heathrow, Hillingdon and Hayes (2019)
Sadle stitched, full colour, 48 pages

Amidst the susurration of motorways (2019)
Exhibition poster + essay: 42 x 21 cm

visual control room [VCR] (2019)
Sadle stitched, full colour, 52 pages

M25 B 93.2 [mad bridge] (2020)
Sadle stitched, full colour, 52 pages

Control Magazine (2009)
Issue Eighteen

Phil Coy / Yuko Shiraishi (2010)
Exhibition catalogue essay

James Brown was subtitled at his own suggestion [notes on notes and other non-conversations](2008)
Transmission: HOST

Contributors:

Danai Anesiadou, Anna Barriball, Ant Farm, Juliette Bonneviot, Matt Copson, Phil Coy, Jeffrey Dennis, Adham Faramawy, Travis Jeppesen, Nicholas Mangan, Xavier Mary, Mike Nelson, Lisa Oppenheim, Daniel O’Sullivan (Sunn O))) / Ulver), Katrina Palmer, Yuri Pattison, Elizabeth Price, Sophie Sleigh-Johnson, Mathew Sawyer, and Michelle Ussher

The Imaginary Reader is both an anthology of commissioned texts by a variety of writers, artists, critics, art historians and philosophers and an exhibition in the form of a book with several artworks. The final section of the book presents a series of texts about some of the art projects in the Volt programme Imagining Commons, which lasted twelve days in June in Bergen in 2015 with exhibitions, performances, a 24-hour camp, conversations and lectures.

 

Contributors:

Øystein Aasan, aiPotu, Andreas Angelidakis, BADco., Erick Beltrån & Bernardo Ortiz, Milena Bonilla, Michel de Broin, Barbara Casavecchia, Daniela Cascella, Jan Christensen, Phil Coy, Bojana Cveji & Ana Vujanovi, Judith Dybendal, Mette Edvardsen, Espen Sommer Eide, Tom Engels, Jan Freuchen, Stian Gabrielsen, Dora García, Andrea Geyer, Pedro Gómez-Egaña, Avery F. Gordon, Ane Graff, Luis Guerra, Mai Hofstad Gunnes, Johannes Heldén, Vlatka Horvat, Richard Ibghy & Marilou Lemmens, Institutt for Farge, Dimitris Ioannou, Ivana Ivkovi, Marte Johnslien, Cecilia Jonsson, Valentinas Klimašauskas, Brandon LaBelle, John Lely, Per-Oskar Leu, Lewis & Taggart, Isabell Lorey, Young Lunde, Kristin Nordhøy, Linn Pedersen, plan b, Alexandra Pirici, Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen, Hans Rosenström, Andreas Schlaegel, Ingerid S. Straume, Jon Benjamin Tallerås, Hans E. Thorsen, éve K. Tremblay, Synnøve Marie Vik, Jacob Wren, Icaro Zorbar

 

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Editor: Marie Nerland
Book design: Erik Johan Worsøe Eriksen

Volt 2016
ISBN 978-82-303-2814-9
Language: English
The book is available to order online from Audiatur and at selected book stores.
audiaturbok.no
To order the book outside Scandinavia you can send an email to marie(at)v-o-l-t(dot)no

The book is funded by Arts Council Norway, City of Bergen, Fritt ord and Public Art Norway (URO).

Contributors:

Alexander Apóstol, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Pablo Bronstein, Julia Chance, Gregory Crewdson, Bernice Donszelmann, Foster + Partners, Hawkins\Brown, Sam Jacob, Thorsten Klooster, Ola Kolehmainen, Francis Terry, Fredrik Torisson, Rob Wilson, Stephen Bates, Peter Blundell Jones, Nicholas Champkins, Phil Coy, Rosamund Diamond, Leo Fitzmaurice, Step Haiselden, Louisa Hutton, Helmut Jacoby, Heike Klussman, Martin Richman, Hans Scharoun, Ed Wilson and Alejandro Zaera-Polo.

Block's second issue takes as its theme 'Façade', reflecting on and looking behind the possible readings, constructions and deceptions of the traditional 'front' of architecture.

>> available from Block

"Coy's 'Eleven seconds of paradise', is a succinct comment on the negative impact of communication technologies, and as such its efficacy and relevance have increased in the short space of time since it was made."

- Margot Heller, 2003

Artists' & Contributors:

Angus Fairhurst, Bruce Nauman, Chen Zhen, Christian Marclay, Erika Tan, Francesca Woodman, Hirsch Perlman, Jirí Kolár, Lawrence Weiner, Mona Hatoum, Omer Fast, Pavel Büchler, Phil Coy, Samuel Beckett and Marin Karmitz, Smith / Stewart

Includes an essay by the exhibition's curator, Margot Heller, and an essay and selection of quotations by Tom McCarthy.


Description:

The desire to communicate might be considered one of the most powerful forces behind the production of art, but it is the fallibility of communication that provides the subject matter for Incommunicado.

Including original artists' pages and essays relating to communication breakdown in art, film, philosophy and literature, this catalogue delves into this rich area of research and uncovers its many manifestations: vocal, expressive, linguistic, technological, cultural and political.

 

 

A National Touring Exhibition organised by the Hayward Gallery for the Arts Council of England.

 

>> available from Cornerhouse

Contributors:

Tim Allen, Tim Bailey, Gustav Bauer, David Burrows, Claire Carter, Phil Coy, Minerva Cuevas, Marcus Degerman, Ingrid Eriksson, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Carina Gunners, Matthew Higgs, Fredrik Holmqvist, Karl Holmqvist, Karin Johnson, Rob Rhys Jones, Peter Kapos, Dan Kidner, Anna Kindgren, Claudia Klucaric´, Jacob Krajciek, Bella Rune, Nicola Schudy, Slimvolume, Mark Titchner, Peter Thörneby, Roman Vasseur, and Olav Westphalen.

 

 

>> info Slimvolume

Contributors:

David Burrows, Brian Catling, Tracy Chevalier, Phil Coy, Polly Gould, Andy Harper, Tim Heath, Jon Newman, Michael Phillips, Manuela Ribadeneira, Annie Whiles and Sarah Woodfine.

Texts by Michael Phillips, Jon Newman, Tim Heath, Tracy Chevalier with descriptions of the artist's works inspired by Blake's images and texts produced between 1790 and 1800

>> available from Parabola Trust

Exhibition catalogue + essay:

Phil Coy / Yuko Shiraishi
The Russian Club Gallery, London,
Nov 25, 2010 - Jan 15, 2011
Commisioned essay by Richard Grayson Design: Tomorrow Studio

>> download .pdf

Contributors:

Vito Acconci * Karolin Meunier * Stephen Willats * Erwin van Doorn * Dan Mitchell * Annette Krauss * Steve Rushton * Ricardo Basbaum * Phil Coy * Harmen de Hoop * Thomas Hirschhorn

>> available from Control Magazine

James Brown was subtitled at his own suggestion [notes on notes and other non-conversations] was written and published for the Transmission: Host series following an invitation by David Cotterrel.

It comprises a compilation of texts written by Phil Coy which contextualise his use of text in relation to the Audio Guide and Auto Lecture series.

The publications title is taken from a plate at the beginning and end of the Jeremy Marre documentary 'Soul Survivor – The James Brown Story'(2003), in which each occurrence of Brown's speaking was subtitled in English.

Design by Alan Rutherford

ISBN: 978-1-906441-18-0

>> available from Artwords Press

Photo-book of Heathrow Airport’s Air Traffic Control - the highest visual control room [VCR] in the country - as seen from locations all over the boroughs of Hillingdon and Hayes, accentuating it as a frequent reminder of your proximity to the worlds second busiest Airport.

The images of the tower are as much documents of the places on the peripheries of the airport, as they are depictions of a utilitarian architecture. They show places at one step removed from the hustle and bustle of the airport, at positions on the distant perimeters of Heathrow.

 

 

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Typeset in Albertus, font designed by Berthold Wolpe, circa 1932.

500 copies with 100 signed and numbered.
Printed on 140 gsm uncoated Splendorgel, cover 380 micron Vanguard ‘Tangerine’.

First edition published in 2019
© Phil Coy
ISBN 978-1-9161448-1-1
Printed in the UK by youarehere!

Photo-book with images taken July 2019 documenting 'land ownership parcel: 11648', a plot designated for redevelopment as part of the construction of Heathrow Airport’s third runway. This particular land ownership parcel is located between Heathrow Airport’s western perimeter, the anti-clockwise carriageway of the M25 at driver location point M25 B 93.2, and the Bath Road bridge over the Wraysbury River and M25. The site also encloses the disused 'Mad Bridge' section of Bath Road bridging the Wraysbury River.

The M25 is one of Europe’s busiest motorways, and Heathrow ranks as the second busiest airport in the world for international passenger traffic. In 2018 the average flow of traffic at driver location point M25 B 93.2 was 219,492 vehicles per day, and a record 80.1 million passengers passed through Heathrow.

 

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Typeset in Albertus, font designed by Berthold Wolpe, circa 1932.

300 copies with 100 signed and numbered.
Printed on 140 gsm uncoated Splendorgel, cover 380 micron Vanguard ‘Lilac’.

First edition published in 2020
© Phil Coy
ISBN 978-1-9161448-3-5
Printed in the UK by youarehere!

 

Hollows of Heathrow, Hillingdon and Hayes [negative images of negative space] is a Photo-book with accompanying text by the author Will Self.

 

 

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Typeset in Albertus, font designed by Berthold Wolpe, circa 1932.

500 copies with 100 signed and numbered.
Printed on 140 gsm uncoated Splendorgel, cover 300 micron Vanguard ‘Lime Green’.

First edition published in 2019
© Phil Coy
ISBN 978-1-9161448-0-4
Printed in the UK by youarehere!

"The old future was more linear, it had a trajectory, it was seemingly efficient - getting better at getting better - and it was taking us somewhere, to a place where we would have greater agency and where we would have greater control. Coy's 'youarehere!' talks of the different ways this future is ceasing to be. It talks of imaging new futures, of the necessity of imaging new futures that are only now in the process of revealing themselves to us.” 

– Richard Grayson

Limited edition exhibition poster with essay by Richard Grayson printed on the reverse.

>> download .pdf

“When we think about astrophysics and particle physics, we tend to see them as esoteric and impenetrable. The Live Creature and Ethereal Things: Physics in Culture re-presents these areas of physics as human, cultural and material activities through physicists’ personal reflections, conversations between artists and physicists, and artists’ works.” 
– Dr Nicola Triscott 

Contributors:

Physicists: Dr Suchitra Sebastian, Dr Chamkaur Ghag, Professor Tara Shears, Professor Roger Malina, Dr Mark Neyrinck, Dr Flaviu Cipcigan, Dr Marek Kukula and Dr Massimo Mannarelli, artists: Tomás Saraceno, Tavares Strachan, Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt), Ansuman Biswas, Nahum, Annie Carpenter, Harry Lawson, Phil Coy, Jol Thomson and Blanca Pujals, and curator Mónica Bello, Head of Arts at CERN, as well as essays by the book’s co-editors, curator Nicola Triscott and artist Fiona Crisp, and a foreword by Johanna Kieniewicz of the Institute of Physics.

>> available from Artscatalyst and Amazon