All events organized by Cabinet unless otherwise noted.

Project / “School of Death, or, L’École de la Mort,” organized by Simon Critchley and Sina Najafi
Forum -1, Petite Salle, Centre Pompidou, Paris
6–13 October 2016

Cabinet is pleased to announce the Paris incarnation of the School of Death, an educational institution dedicated to exploring the relationship between death and the examined life.

Unlimited Edition / The Last Calendar
November 2011
This 2012 oversized wall calendar, featuring artworks by Bigert & Bergström illustrating twelve methods of divination, ignores the familiar holidays in favor of more than sixty significant dates in the history of apocalyptic prophecy.

Project / “Collector’s Album of Traders, Traitors, Translators, and Experientialists”
Sharjah
Wednesday, 16 March–Monday, 16 May 2011

For its contribution to Sharjah Biennial 10, Cabinet presented “A Collector’s Album of Traitors, Traders, Translators and Experientialists.”

Project / Key to the City, by Paul Ramirez Jonas
Cabinet, 300 Nevins Street, Brooklyn
Thursday, 3 June–Monday, 6 September 2010

Cabinet contribution to Paul Ramirez Jonas’s Key to the City project, presented by Creative Time.

Project / “Time-Money Roll”
2009–
This continuous roll of time-money is Cabinet’s contribution to Time/Bank, an e-flux project in which groups and individuals trade time and skills directly and bypass money as a measure of value. Originally presented at e-flux’s launch of Time/Bank at the 2009 Frieze Art Fair, Cabinet’s roll of time-money is worth 24 hours.

Project / Documenta Magazines
Kassel, Germany
16 June–23 September 2007

Cabinet was one of the magazines asked by Documenta to participate in its “magazines project” and help commission texts responding to the three “leitmotifs” of Documenta 12.

Project / Cabinet at Proteus Gowanus
Proteus Gowanus, 543 Union Street, Brooklyn
2005–2008

Cabinet contributed on an ongoing basis to Proteus Gowanus, an exhibition venue and reading room near the Gowanus Canal. Cabinet’s activities and presentations took place in an enormous early-twentieth-century safe weighing 4.5 tons.

Project / “Cabinetlandia”
Luna County, New Mexico
2003–

An ongoing project on a half-acre parcel of desert scrubland in Luna County, New Mexico, which began with issue 10.

Project / The Most Phallic Building in the World Contest
Online
2003

Jonathan Ames claimed that Brooklyn’s Williamsburgh Savings Bank building was the most phallic building in the world; he then challenged his readers to suggest a building more deserving of that title. These are the results.

Project / “Kiosk,” by Christoph Keller
Various locations
2001—2008

Cabinet was included in Christoph Keller’s project “Kiosk,” an itinerant library showcasing the wide spectrum of independent publishing in the world today.