Frankfurt-based architect Nikolaus Hirsch presents theoretical essays, dialogues on collaborative projects and reflections on his own work, exploring the critical transformations of contemporary space and its effects on spatial practice.
Modern Iconoclasm and The Fundamentalist Spectacle
In this book-length essay, art critic and historian Sven Lütticken takes philosopher Theodor Adorno’s critique of popular arts and culture a step further.
Artists, Curators, Architects and The Struggle for Institutional Space
Nikolaus Hirsch, Philipp Misselwitz, Markus Miessen, and Matthias Görlich
This thought-provoking collection of writings looks at how the language of the architectural skin in which art is presented affects the way in which viewers, curators, and artists experience the works.
CCS Readers: Perspectives on Art and Culture
Johanna Burton, Lynne Cooke & Josiah McElheny (Eds.)
Encounters with art engage various conditions of interiority—whether through psychic spaces or specific physical environments such as museums and private residences.