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ROMAN SIGNER

ROMAN SIGNER (1938-)

Roman Signer is one of the most important and influential contemporary Swiss artists. Over many decades, in a great variety of ways, he has single-mindedly researched the aspect of time with regard to the meaning of sculpture.

His spectacular explosions made him famous, and his reputation as an innovative and unique artist was secured, at the very latest, by his participation in Skulpturen Projekte, Münster 1997, and the Venice Biennial in 1999 representing Switzerland.

In this book Brian Butler and Leonhard Emmerling develop a new interpretation of Signer's work by concentrating on the video pieces and by attempting to shed light on the temporal aspect of his work using literature and philosophy as points of reference.

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Roman Signer: Sculpting in Time, March - May 2008 at ST PAUL Street Gallery and ARTSPACE, Auckland.

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Emne Skulptur
Kunstner SIGNER, Roman
Forfatter Brian Butler & Leonhard Emmerling
Sprog Engelsk/tysk tekst
Illustrationer 78 ill. i farver
Format / Sideantal 28 x 20 cm / 104 sider
Udgivelsesår 2008
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Kerber Verlag
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9783866781504
Lev. 3 dage

ROMAN SIGNER (1938-)

Roman Signer is one of the most important and influential contemporary Swiss artists. Over many decades, in a great variety of ways, he has single-mindedly researched the aspect of time with regard to the meaning of sculpture.

His spectacular explosions made him famous, and his reputation as an innovative and unique artist was secured, at the very latest, by his participation in Skulpturen Projekte, Münster 1997, and the Venice Biennial in 1999 representing Switzerland.

In this book Brian Butler and Leonhard Emmerling develop a new interpretation of Signer's work by concentrating on the video pieces and by attempting to shed light on the temporal aspect of his work using literature and philosophy as points of reference.

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Roman Signer: Sculpting in Time, March - May 2008 at ST PAUL Street Gallery and ARTSPACE, Auckland.