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Time and transience, day and night, reality and fiction, nature and culture Ugo Rondinone adds a poetic dimension to everyday objects and phenomena. In typically Minimalistic arrangements, he puts a tree, a clock, the sun or a rainbow in new contexts by means of repetition, isolation, or reduction, creating...
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The new publication by Karin Sander presents itself – like many of her monographs – with its own concept, its own logic, its own order on 224 pages. The sequence of the illustrations is based on the size of the works, from the smallest to the largest work, and in...
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This book was published to accompany the exhibition Karin Sander: A-Z at Haus am Waldsee, Berlin (26 January 2018 - 3 March, 2019), and contains a selection of works arranged in alphabetical (A-Z) order to form a possible 'retrospective'.
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''Her voice is scarcely audible, drowned by the wind sweeping over the snow-covered clearing. She lies there motionless, eyes wide open, only her hands still moving as if she were trying to shake off some bothersome insect. He kneels down beside her, takes her right hand in his. Gently, he...
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Northern Ireland is burning again, and this time the battle is not just between Republicans and Unionists, Catholics and Protestants. It's over who decides what's true and what's not – over who can think up the version of reality that will get the most clicks, until just fake news and...
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Edited by Marius Babias with a preface by Marius Babias, texts by Philip Ursprung and Harald Welzer and an interview between Karin Sander and Clemens Krümmel. The book was published in 2013 on the occasion of the exhibition Karin Sander at n.b.k.
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''In this opulent volume, Karin Sander presents her extraordinary 3D bodyscan project, with which she suspends the boundary between the functions of the museum and the artist's atelier, transforming the museum into a place of production, with the public as its focus. Plaster depictions of the visitors are created with...
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Karin Sander began the Patina Painting series in the late 1990's. The titles of the works refer to the places where they were 'produced' and the duration of the time over which the painting has acquired its unique patina. Shaped by individual decisions and different conditions, these pieces become abstract...
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What do Agent Katsudon, Agent Yeni Raki,The Countess Vodcula, The Albatross, The Sicilian, The Chef de Cuisine, Mr. Bernard, Agent Bobcat, The Buddha and the 'WAH' have in common? They all belong to a mysterious fraternity of darkly bespectacled agents and clandestine radio/signal operators who navigate a maze of shifting...
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Hear Ye Here ye Here hare here….. Me The Final Run iNs are rip snort rippers ripping Dusters and Twisters. We played 7 shows in 5 states. We made 7 stage sets, 7 posters, 264 unique hand made spray paint stencil t-shirts and one 7 inch record album. We crushed...
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Known for playing with semi-fictional worlds—locations with brightly colored covert listening stations, data collection conduits or traveling circuses, Nathan Carter's work engages with the history of abstraction, both in painting and sculpture, often taking the form of abstracted maps and landscapes, but fusing an abstract visual language with references to...
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