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Nets. Weaving Webs in Art

The publication ‘Webs and Networks: on Spinning in Art’ accompanies the exhibition of the same name in the Kunsthalle zu Kiel in Germany. It features works of art that play with the idea of webs and networks – with webs that are spun naturally, like the spider’s, as well as with diagram structures and the flexible data of the Internet. The publication presents all the works of the exhibition, including those of Tomás Saraceno, with colour illustrations. In addition, authors from the spheres of science, culture and society comment on around fifty associative keywords on the subject of webs and networks, such as ‘digital’, ‘spider’, ‘web’, and ‘sensory’.

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"Nets. Weaving Webs in Art"

July 2014

ISBN 978-3-7356-0020-2

13,80 x 21,00 cm

352 Pages

54 colored and 11 b/w illustrations

Softcover, bound

Languages: German, English

Anette Hüsch
Text by
Natascha Adamowsky, Dietrich Brüggemann, Klaus Corsilius, Wolfgang Coy, Stefan Dech, Annette Dekker, Annette Doms, Peter Fuchs, Sebastian Gießmann, Klaus Grewe, Thomas Grüter, Hannes Hartenstein, Helge Hellriegel, Alexander Hille, Carolin Höfler, Wolfgang Hunger, Anette Hüsch, Daniel Karasek, Ralf Konersmann, Mojib Latif, Malte Lehming, Margreth Lünenborg, Elke Mattern, Dieter Mersch, Bernard Moltmann, Gábor Paál, Yvonne Radetzki, Arne Rautenberg, Eckard Rolf, Günther Schatter, Philipp Schaumann, Gunnar Schmidt, Birgit Schneider, Christiane Schulzki-Haddouti, Erhard Schüttpelz, Robert Sinclair, Ralf Stabel, Harald Welzer, Thilo Weichert, Maren Wienigk, Christian Wolff, Dörte Zbikowski, Arne Zerbst, Samuel Zschokke
Design by
Ariane Spanier, Berlin
Exhibition: "Nets. Weaving Webs in Art", 28.07. - 16.11.14, Kunsthalle zu Kiel