For the first time, Jenny Holzer is using the medium photography, showing the projections of her popular sentences in public space.
Christopher Wool treats Polaroids of his paintings as a means of self-scrutiny. In MAYBE MAYBE NOT, he has worked over photocopies of the Polaroids again and again with black and white paint that spills over and beyond the pictures.
The 200 books show sequences of chaanging colours, each of them unique. Adjusting the ink manually during the printing process, Adrian Schiess covered each page of the book evenly with changing colours.
„I never sleep. I’ve never slept at all. I’ve never had a dream. All of that could be true.“
On a journey from England to New York on board of the cruiser Queen Mary II Olaf Breuning made 73 drawings. These drawings combine memory and daydream, humour and subversion.
The collaboration of the two long-time friends took place in Hotel Castel in Zuoz, a place known for its commitment to art, up in the seclusion of the Swiss Alps.
At the centre of all her works is her own body, and with it various forms of its absence and invisibility in a context of visibility. She establishes precise transitions between a trace of her own body, an autonomous „objet d’art“…