Summary of Fujiko Nakaya%
- in German and English
- Pages: 176
- Price: 45 € (free shipping)
About this exhibition catalogue
Fujiko Nakaya’s collaboration with nonhuman forces, such as water and wind, have come to define a unique practice that spans painting, drawing, video and sculpture. One of the formost artists to work with video, Nakaya (b. 1933) gained prominence in the 1960s as a member of the New York-based collective Experiments in Arts and Technology (E.A.T.) and became internationally renowned for her fog sculptures. Driven by early ecological concerns, Nakaya’s work deals with water and air – mediums that have particular resonance in the face of the climate crisis.
Published by Sarah Johanna Theurer with Andrea Lissoni and Anne-Marie Duguet
With contributions by Bernard Blisténe, Anne Carson, Anne-Marie Duguet, Frances Dyson, Anett Holzheid, Marianne Hultman, Andrea Lisson, Isabella Maidment, Julie Martin, Jen Mergel, Fujiko Nakaya, Stephen O’Malley, Philippe Rahm, Reiko Setsuda, Sarah Johanna Theurer, Bill Viola and Catherine Wood.
Design: Katharina Köhler
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