A journey through circa 500 years of fashion history as reflected in art: How have artists reacted to extreme phenomena such as slashed clothing, codpieces, the crinoline, or the dinner jacket?

Constanze Vogt

The publication is the first overview of the oeuvre of the artist Constanze Vogt (*1984) and presents her work of the past four years. Her minimalist transformations of materials make transitional phenomena visible. Her materials come from everyday life: paper, thread, the shavings from sharpened pencils. Vogt’s objects and installations are processual and fleeting at the same time. In addition to the self-referential, space-filling works, the artist also creates drawings based on which she elaborates a space of possibilities on the picture surface. The drawings develop along a standardized system that is, in part, also refracted within the process. The drawings accompany Vogt’s objects and installations as an encrypted commentary.


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"Constanze Vogt"

March 2018

ISBN 978-3-7356-0453-8

20,90 x 26,70 cm

80 Pages

16 colored and 46 b/w illustrations

Softcover, bound

Languages: German

Sparkassen-Kulturstiftung Stormarn
Text by
Kristina Groß
Design by
Jennifer Eckert, Berlin

Constanze Vogt – spalten, 24.3.2018 - 13.5.2018, Galerie in der Wassermühle Trittau