Rosemarie Trockel: Spleen Gregory Williams

ISBN: 9780944521496

Published: June 30th 2009

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80 pages


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Rosemarie Trockel: Spleen  by  Gregory Williams

Rosemarie Trockel: Spleen by Gregory Williams
June 30th 2009 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 80 pages | ISBN: 9780944521496 | 10.76 Mb

This publication takes an in-depth look at Spleen, Rosemarie Trockels series of video projections connected by cantilevered aluminum walls suffused with warm ambient light. Installed at the Dia Foundation in New York during 2002-2003, SpleenMoreThis publication takes an in-depth look at Spleen, Rosemarie Trockels series of video projections connected by cantilevered aluminum walls suffused with warm ambient light. Installed at the Dia Foundation in New York during 2002-2003, Spleen drew on a constellation of emotions to provoke, sometimes humorously, unsettling questions about generally held notions of identity.

Trockels continuous interest in the multifarious meanings of spleen is, of course, filtered through the feminist perspective that lies at the heart of her entire practice. Also part of the exhibition, and thus also part of this volume, are Trockels artists books, a site in which many of her ideas have been developed over a period of decades. Made in close collaboration with the artist and using specially-shot photographs of her work and the exhibition, this book can be considered as an artists book, as part of Trockels oeuvre--certainly a useful addition to the existing literature.

Lynne Cooke, Dias curator of the exhibition, and Gregory Williams, a scholar of late modern German art, add essays that provide informed critical insight to her work.



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