✨ T-shirt by Sobat-sobat ✨ T-Shirts with selfmade prints " Sobat-sobat is an Indonesian term for ‘friends’. The printing-slogans were developed within our discussions about the role of sobat sobat as mediators, friends, and companions of the artists, ruangrupa, the institution, and the public. We want to start a dialogue about working conditions in the art field and the importance of mediation within documenta fifteen and other art exhibitions. " #lumbungkiosproducts
✨ On the Water by Rai Shizuno / Cinema Caravan ✨ Book " Rai Shizuno is a photographer and an essential part of Cinema Caravan. This book showcases a representative photo collection of his philosophy that water is everything. It is a work that contains the various connections of water that he encountered during his travels around the world. " #lumbungkiosproducts
✨ Jazzy Sport T-Shirt by Cinema Caravan ✨ Cotton, short sleeved, available in white and green " Jazzy Sport is a music label from Japan that also takes part in the sound design of Cinema Caravan. The print on the t-shirt is the authentic design of Jazzy Sport in a documenta fifteen special edition. The original D15 logo—a drawing by MARU, a painter from Cinema Caravan with their iconic TENT design—is prominently visible in the front.
✨ CITIZENSHIP LOGBOOK 2022 by ZK/U – Center for Art and Urbanistics ✨ Roofship grid notebook, 160 pages Limited edition " The Citizenship Logbook was produced in a limited edition on the occasion of the citizenship trip from Berlin to Kassel. In June–July 2022, the Center for Art and Urbanistics (ZK/U) literally raised the roof of its home base in Berlin, and then sailed in it to documenta fifteen—a trip of 650 km, fueled entirely by people power!
✨ Art Ashram - Future Fossile Factory Tote Bag by ZK/U – Center for Art and Urbanistics ✨ Organic Cotton with monochrome screen print, Available in Lilac / Eucalyptus Color " The artist collective Art Ashram explored a marlstone pit on the river banks of Hannover to excavate hundreds of Belemnites. These million-year old fossils were the starting point for drawing, creating, and storytelling about possible and impossible futures with children from a local school.
✨ Boerenzij by The Rural School of Economics - Myvillages ✨ Book " Boerenzij | The Rural Side is published with and by Rotterdammers places rural mindsets and imaginations in the midst of the current gentrification that’s happening in Rotterdam-Zuid. All texts in this book are written by Wapke Feenstra and researcher Kevser Güle. Besides texts, we can also find various images, such as drawings, film stills, and photos of rural objects.
✨ Alte Böden, Neue Standbeine by The Rural School of Economics - Myvillages ✨ Color book " ‘Alte Böden, Neue Standbeine’ translated as “Old Terrain – New Pillars”, is an agricultural color book for adults to read, color, and learn from the nine farming families in the Purge-Strudengau district in Austria. The nine farms depict the very diverse range of new and sustainable pillars created on the old terrains of the farms.
✨ Janus the Wolf Candle by The Rural School of Economics - Myvillages ✨ Wax " This two-faced wolf candle is inspired by Janus, the Roman god that stands for ambivalence. Janus represented the middle ground between both concrete and abstract dualities. As for the local context, around the last millennium, wolves came back to Germany from the east, crossing the river Oder in Saxony and finding their way to the Lüneburger Heathlands.
✨ Ook visitorzentrum by ook_ ✨ Magazine " ook_ visitorZentrum came into being with an invitation to different collectives, people. and institutions in Kassel to build a shrine. This is a publication about a place where we can ‘be together’ despite our experience differences, which is aligned with ruangrupa's working methods which also collides with the organisational structure of gGmbH documenta. It could be a place where people, including individuals and groups of people who are not naturally involved in ruruHaus or art events, because they are residents of Kassel—our neighbours.
✨ Art for (and within) a Citizen Scene by Ook_ ✨ Book, 355 pages " vol.1: ‘Art for (and within) a Citizen Scene’ is two volumes book published by Onomatopee. It connects people working within South-East-Asia contexts to share their creative practices. The book sheds light on practices in communities where collaboration is common in daily life, where art is seen not only as a self-contained profession, but also as a way of living.
✨ Note and Observation... by ook_ ✨ Book " This is a collection of notes taken during the building up of documenta fifteen in general and ook_visitorZentrum in specific. This publication will give the readers insight into the different thoughts, talks, decision making, and the working methods of the festival. " #lumbungkiosproducts