Istanbul Design Biennial catalogue, providing comprehensive information about the exhibitions, is comprised of three volumes, Imperfection, Musibet and Adhocracy. The catalogue features selected articles of the curatorial teams, addressing the conceptual framework. While Imperfection Volume includes the pre-events and biennial programs, the Musibet Reader surveys the 31 exhibited projects and includes articles by Emre Arolat – Musibet, David Harvey – The Right to the City, Yves Cabannes – Lessons from Istanbul, Uğur Tanyeli – Perfection, Imperfection, Reperfection, Murat Güvenç – (C)horeoscope, Levent Şentürk – The Ballard of Crab, Korhan Gümüş – This Transient World May Collapse in Only a Day. Adhocracy Reader, introduces the 63 exhibited projects, along with articles by Joseph Grima – A Brief History of Adhocracy, Elian Stefa – Exercising Freedom, Ethel Baraona Pohl – From Political Choice to Formal Proposals, Pelin Tan – Ways of Commoning, or Running Alongside the Disaster, Vera Sacchetti & Avinash Rajagopal – The Collective Story. Printed by Ofset Yapımevi the catalogue was co-edited by Vera Sacchetti, Avinash Rajagopal, Tamar Shafrir, Benan Kapucu and designed by Marco Ferrari (Folder) and Elisa Pasqual (Folder) . The Catalogue is now available for overseas mail orders as well as the biennial venues, İKSV Design Shop, and major bookstores. You can visit iksvtasarim.com for domestic orders or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for overseas orders.