Since studying with Anthony Gormley and Timm Ulrichs, Josef Rainer (*1970) has created an artistic world theater made up of incidental and overlooked things, in which perspectives and proportions communicate, big things move out of view, and small things appear on the stage. In his new book, the honeycomb architecture of bees, shrunken human beings in urban surroundings, speaking busts, and reading primates encounter one another. Supplemented by forays into mythology, the history of human development, science, and politics, all of this forms the material for a wondrous “art chamber” in book form.
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16,5 × 24 cm
63 colored and 14 b/w illustrations
Languages: German, English, Italian
Emanuele Guidi und Elena Basteri, G.H.H., Paulus Rainer
studio typeklang, Bozen