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  • MMDC is a series of publications documenting libraries. Initiated by Julie Peeters in 2015, the series allows an artist to enter into a dialogue with a particular library collection. The publication can be seen as a kind of 'printed portrait' of the library where some 40 pages are filled with material straight from the collection. MMDC forms a kind of visual identity, not through a logo, nor by depicting the library itself, but by showing how certain people use the library – as a space, as a collection – by what books they choose to work with as they navigate the shelves, and by what is produced by their unique selections. 

    MMDC3 is the third publication in the series. New York and Brussels-based artist Angie Keefer was invited to explore the contents of Kunstenbibliotheek in spring 2022. Her chosen sources reflect her interest in the collective destruction of female iconography, knowledge and authority during the transition from polytheistic to monotheistic cultural dominance, and its ongoing sublimation in contemporary architecture, décor, fashion, costumes, poetry and performance. 

    MMDC3: Julie Peeters & Angie Keefer
    A publication series on library selection

    edition: 700 copies
    dimensions: 22 x 22 cm
    pages: 32 pages + 2 pages insert essay
    offset print: Benedict Press, Münsterschwarzach.
    paper: C4 Rembrandt granuliert 115gr, 
    Munken Pure rough 90gr
    price: €20 / €10 for KASK students
    ISBN9789491564154

    Editing by Angie Keefer and Julie Peeters,
    Design by Julie Peeters

    Published in 2022 by Kunstenbibliotheek and BILL

    Special thanks to Suzy Castermans and Liene Aerts



    MMDC is a series of publications documenting libraries. Initiated by Julie Peeters in 2015, the series allows an artist to enter into a dialogue with a particular library collection. The publication can be seen as a kind of 'printed portrait' of the library where some 40 pages are filled with material straight from the collection. MMDC forms a kind of visual identity, not through a logo, nor by depicting the library itself, but by showing how certain people use the library – as a space, as a collection – by what books they choose to work with as they navigate the shelves, and by what is produced by their unique selections. 

    MMDC3 is the third publication in the series. New York and Brussels-based artist Angie Keefer was invited to explore the contents of Kunstenbibliotheek in spring 2022. Her chosen sources reflect her interest in the collective destruction of female iconography, knowledge and authority during the transition from polytheistic to monotheistic cultural dominance, and its ongoing sublimation in contemporary architecture, décor, fashion, costumes, poetry and performance. 

    MMDC3: Julie Peeters & Angie Keefer
    A publication series on library selection

    edition: 700 copies
    dimensions: 22 x 22 cm
    pages: 32 pages + 2 pages insert essay
    offset print: Benedict Press, Münsterschwarzach.
    paper: C4 Rembrandt granuliert 115gr, 
    Munken Pure rough 90gr
    price: €20 / €10 for KASK students
    ISBN9789491564154

    Editing by Angie Keefer and Julie Peeters,
    Design by Julie Peeters

    Published in 2022 by Kunstenbibliotheek and BILL

    Special thanks to Suzy Castermans and Liene Aerts