Frank Gaudlitz (*1958) is one of the most important German photographers of today. For three decades, he has occupied himself with the transformation of Russian society and in his photos shows how much disparity there is in the country.

Julius Popp

The fundamental presence of the digital information age and the changes in culture, society and human behaviour that it has wrought are the themes that inform Julius Popp’s work: “In my work, I examine the ambiguity of what it means to be human. Being human is a process that is constantly changing, adapting and realigning itself. <…> My installations are images that slowly reveal the underlying structures of culture.”
The artist’s large, room-filling installations, which include natural elements such as water, light and motion, illustrate facets of how we deal with information and information sources and their underlying structures. In Popp’s work, experimental artistic thought and practice, together with a critical approach to investigation, are combined with the aesthetic model of art in a way that is compellingly sensual.

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"Julius Popp"

August 2010

ISBN 978-3-86678-465-9

28,00 x 19,00 cm

40 Pages

20 colored illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German, English

Magdalena Broska, Adolf-Luther-Stiftung, Krefeld
Text by
Magdalena Broska, Stephan Berg
Design by
A. S. Wünkhaus
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition „Julius Popp – Transposition“, 11 July to 19 September 2010, Kunstmuseen Krefeld, Haus Lange, and the award of Adolf-Luther-Stiftung tot he artist.