press release

inSITE is a binational contemporary arts project based on artistic investigation and activation of urban space in San Diego, United States, and Tijuana, Mexico.

With the public phase of inSITE2000 recently completed, we have designed this interim webpage where you will find documentation of completed projects, as well as a link to the inSITE2000 web page, which includes information about the process of developing each project and general information about inSITE.

Fugitive Sites, the fully illustrated bilingual book documenting inSITE2000 is now available. Edited by Osvaldo Sánchez, Fugitive Sites is a continuation of the process of inSITE2000. Besides documenting artists' projects, the book includes texts by an outstanding group of critics, sociologists, anthropologists, and others who participated in the inSITE2000 Conversations series, including: Mary Jane Jacob, David Harvey, Masao Miyoshi, George Yúdice, David Avalos, Sally Yard, Gerardo Estrada, Osvaldo Sanchez, David Joselit, Judith Barry, Nelson Brissac, Serge Guilbaut, Néstor Garcia Canclini, Ivo Mesquita, and Susan Buck-Morss .

Fugitive Sites is 272 pages with 241 colorplates, and will be distributed by D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers, Inc., 155 Sixth Avenue, 2nd floor, New York, NY 10013 Tel. 212-627-1999 Fax 212-627-9484

only in german

inSITE 2000
Fugitive Sites New Contemporary Art

mit Carlos Amorales, Gustavo Artigas, Judith Barry, Jordan Crandall, Arturo Cuenca, Roman de Salvo, Dias & Riedweg, Mark Dion, Silvia Gruner, Diego Gutiérrez, Jonathan Hernandez, Norma Iglesias & Rita Gonzales, Alfredo Jaar, Komar & Melamid, Alberto Caro-Limón, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Allan McCollum, Mônica Nador, Ugo Palavicino, Armando Rascón, Lorna Simpson, Valeska Soares, Meyer Vaisman, Jeffrey Vallance, Glen Wilson, Krzysztof Wodiczko