Living in Oblivion
Julian Rosefeldt’s (*1965) film installations present the paradoxical and irrational aspects of modern life and work using subtle comedy and irony. The winner of this year’s “Vattenfall Contemporary“ award, he has a solo exhibition “Living in Oblivion“ in the Berlinische Galerie and created the concept for this intricately designed publication. His recent work “The Shift“ (2008) is documented via a great number of images as well as being combined with re-arranged works from the 1990s. These earlier works, created in collaboration with Piero Steinle, are less well-known, and delineate the point of departure of the artist’s interest in forgotten and hidden places. In “The Shift“ these mutate into the claustrophobic inner life of a technoid, deserted future world.
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23,00 × 27,00 cm
134 colored and 50 b/w illustrations
Languages: German, English
Berlinische Galerie Landesmuseum für moderne Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur, Berlin
Thomas Köhler, Bert Rebhandl, Guido Fassbender, Heinz Stahlhut
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition Julian Rosefeldt – Living in Oblivion, 1 May to 18 September 2010, Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, in course of the Vattenfall Contemporary prize 2010.
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