22,08 × 27,88 cm, 148 p. ills colour, paperback, English, Dutch, French
    Art Paper Editions, Ghent

    By means of a dialogue between the text and the visual material from the videos, Steyn Bergs and Emma van der Put want to take a critical look at how images are mobilised, not only to illustrate certain visions of the future, but also how they contribute to the creation of such visions—which are never ‘neutral’—in the present. On the basis of the videos made by Van der Put, this publication focuses on the specific working and politics of images in the Noordwijk and the Expo area in Brussels.

    This book is released in context of the solo exhibition “Mall of Europe” by Emma van der Put at Mu.Zee, Ostend.
    With the generous support of Mu.Zee, Mondriaan Fund, Jaap Harten Fonds

    (images: Lien van Leemput)

  2. Article (Dutch) HART Magazine #200
    De Mosterd: Emma van der Put
    by Anne-Marie Poels

  3. Interview (Dutch) GONZO circus magazine #156
    By Maarten Buser

  4. Foreign Places (2016)
    27 × 21 cm, 92 p. ills colour, paperback, English
    with Eglė Budvytytė, Sara Deraedt, Patricia Esquivias, Beatrice Gibson,
    Toril Johannessen, Fiona Mackay, Emma van der Put, Robin Vanbesien
    Text by: Caroline Dumalin and Grégory Castéra, Grafic design: Stefano Faoro
    WIELS, Brussels and Motto Books, Lausanne/Berlin

  5. Review (Dutch) Waarom we niet kunnen ophouden te dromen
    by Manus Groenen, Metropolis M 26.03.2018

  6. Review (Dutch) Een tentoonstelling vol uitersten
    by Sandra Smet, HART magazine #179 2018

  7. Review (Dutch) Video als bezwering
    by Julia Steenhuisen, Metropolis M 03.06.2014