18.11.2022 - 14.01.2023
Krištof Kintera’s new work is an experiment of paradoxes. Between the gleaming artworks in their sterile white cube there are filaments visible of the artist’s thought process, which, like neurons, electrify the works with life. Kintera juxtaposes nature with technology, energy with thought, and the presence with the absence of the artist, while also finding common drivers in power and agency. By giving a glimpse into the artist’s studio, Kintera explores what it means to create.
27.01.2023 - 11.03.2023
NIGHT SCANS – WILL PECK
Will Peck's Night Scans series visualizes the course of an entire night from the perspective of an electronic device. What at first appears to be a matte, patinated photograph results from a flatbed scanner running under an open night sky. A peculiar romanticism emanates from these visualizations of the night without the "intervening presence of man." The focus is not on the objective or epistemic image of the visible but on randomness as an artistic means and form of "natural intervention." The Night Scans represent an interweaving of chance with the intentional, through which the epistemic utility of technology and poetry merge into one.
This volume is published on the occasion of the exhibition Martin Werthmann - CATASTROPHE AS SPACE at HELDENREIZER Contemporary, Munich
Andrew Berardini, Sandra Diefenthaler, Hubertus Günther, Norman Rosenthal, Barbara J. Scheuermann und Marcus Trautner
24 × 28 cm, 168 p., 88 illustrations, hardcover
Published by HIRMER Publishers
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Signed First Edition
39,90 Euro plus shipping