Odyssey Works: Transformative Experiences for an Audience of One (Preorder) $35
by Abraham Burickson and Ayden LeRoux, with Contributions from Rick Moody
An Odyssey Works book published by Princeton Architectural Press. Available November 2016.
Preorder now on Amazon or get it with the Library of Experiences Below
We believe that art can be meaningful. We believe that it can elevate the lives of everyone involved. We believe that every person in this world has the right to be brought to their knees by beauty, and we’ve dedicated our lives to figuring out how. This book is the culmination of our research.
Includes interviews with Ariel Abrahams, Jen Harmon, and Travis Weller, as well as a short story by Amy Hempel.
Membership to the Library of Experiences $100
Our latest project, the Library of Experiences, is a curated online catalog with sets of instructions for creating experiences of wonder and beauty for yourself or others. Your membership comes with an eBook of our publication Isolation and Amazement and our new book Odyssey Works: Transformative Experiences for an Audience of One.
Isolation and Amazement: Documents from Odyssey Works' 2012 Performance The Map is Not the Territory
Isolation and Amazement is also available as a print edition through Amazon, or as an ebook above.
Isolation and Amazement offers insight into the contemporary art practice of Odyssey Works, a group that probes the relationship between audience and artist by making deeply affective work for an audience of one. This book documents and traces the experience of the participant with photos, drawings and writings from the 2012 production The Map is Not the Territory. The book provides an intimate cross-section of the Odyssey, highlighting both the ephemeral and material aspects of the production. The participant's own perspective alongside reflections by the artists involved offer rare insight into the theoretical and personal aspects of the work. Edited with an introduction by Ayden L.M. Grout. Design by Sasha Wizansky. With art by Bjørn Stange Ankre and writings by Odyssey Works artistic director Abraham Burickson.