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Stephan Berg, Solveig OVstebO, Mirjam Varadinis, Philippe van Cauteren The absence of mark manders Hatje Cantz, 2007.. Softcover,278 pages, 21x260x199 mm Illustrated. Dutch artist Mark Manders (*1968) has developed installative sculptural works since the late 1980s that are laid out as fragments of a self-portrait in the form of imaginary rooms. His has emerged as one of the most distinctive and independent positions within the international sculptural practice of the present day. Starting off from the model-like paradigmatic piece Self-Portrait as a Building, which was already made in 1986, his entire oeuvre can be understood as a large-scale attempt to translate his own existence, his own biographical development into wordless, associative memory spaces. Patterning the Ego as architecture, as buildings, leads to an artistic practice that comprehends sculpture as the spatial materialization of abstract and very personal thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Chimneys, brick walls, oversized modeled rats, tables, chairs, newspapers as well as a wide range of small personal objects are grouped together like surreal three-dimensional images to form timeless "still lives with broken moments". EUR 49.00 Verder winkelen In winkelwagen

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