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Incisions in spaces

Sculptural collages
How can the concept of the collage become three-dimensional? The eight artists presented here use found objects or pre-fabricated fragments for their sculptures and installations, merging these materials together. They develop methods of superimposition and combination, of confrontation and transformation, of montage and assemblage; here the heterogeneous – a semantic or stylistic brokenness – is an aesthetic parameter. The collage – as a fundamental design principle and a method of scepticism and analysis of the traditional concept of the image – enables many ways of bringing objects into surprising dialogue with each other and with the surrounding space.

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"Incisions in spaces"

ISBN 978-3-86678-577-9

22,00 x 27,50 cm

104 Pages

52 colored illustrations

Softcover with flaps, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German

Fritz Emslander and Markus Heinzelmann
preface by
Markus Heinzelmann
Fritz Emslander and Vanessa Joan Müller
graphic design
Christoph Steinegger / INTERKOOL
on the occasion of the exhibition  „Schnitte im Raum. Skulpturale Collagen“, 19 June to 21 August 2011, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen