Between Land and Sea. Transatlantic Art
Political-poetic interventions by the internationally renowned artist Ayrson Heráclito from Brazil and Rigo 23 from Portugal, today the United States, are presented in close conjunction with the museum collection. In installations, films, photos, and performances, the artists address the invisible power of historical events from the era of slavery and colonial rule over the indigenous minorities of South America that once emanated from Europe and is remains potent until today. With the help of art as a space of transit, the oppressed have transformed the values imposed on them and hence also shaped modern societies.
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ISBN 978-3-7356-0393-7 (D), 978-3-7356-0394-4 (ENG)
16,80 × 23,00 cm
163 colored and 2 b/w illustrations
Languages: German, English
Jane De Hohenstein, Julia Friedel, Arno Holl, Marcello Moreira, Alice Pawlik, Eva Raabe, Rigo 23, Mona Suhrbier
Andreas Gnass, Brita Wiesbach, U9 Visuelle Allianz, Offenbach