Eva Maria Stadler & Mirjam Thomann (Eds.)
Berlin-based artist Mirjam Thomann’s work deals with spaces, gaps, architecture, buildings and their relationship to viewers. Designed by the artist, this monograph/ artist book presents a broad selection of her work from 2006 to 2015, including a ceramic project at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, spatial interventions at Galerie Christian Nagel in Cologne and Berlin, and a series of display sculptures based on a reconstruction of a 1960s exhibition design, among others. A preface by art historian and curator Eva Maria Stadler on the artist’s “setups” as a critique of exhibition design, and an essay on the artist’s process by art historian, critic and artist Tom Holert accompany over 100 illustrations. Thomann’s visuals—photographs of installations, booklets, invitations, performances and archival material collected by the artist such as postcards, video stills, floor plans and snapshots—are presented at similar scale and organized in a reversed timeline.
Softcover / 8 x 10 inches / 96 pp / 109 color
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