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Claudia Schmitz. Invisyllables

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The international artist Claudia Schmitz (*1975) transcends boundaries and barriers in her broad oeuvre. In her transmediatic works, she examines identities in real and virtual spaces, designs inter- and reactivity, and experiments with synesthesia. Schmitz discusses socio-urban structures and interweaves them with the phenomenology of drawings and the act of drawing. Always on the search for boundaries, she develops mischievous pneumatic sculptures and multidimensional drawings and projects moving pictures on objects. Through taking up temporary states, discarding and reinventing her self, her work plays with the radius of medial arrangements. “My work starts where the media meet.” The publication is the artist’s first monograph.


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"Claudia Schmitz. Invisyllables"

June 2019

ISBN 978-3-7356-0555-9

21,00 x 28,00 cm

ca. 200 Pages

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German, English

Editor
Claudia Schmitz
Text by

Gabriele Dietze, Nicola L. Hein, Dong-Yeon Koh, Regine Rapp


Design by
Susanna Schoenberg, Köln