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Home Voodoo

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This book features essays by Tom Trevor and Eva Maria Stadler. This catalogue accompanies the first major solo exhibition in the UK for the internationally renowned Austrian artist-duo, Lois and Franziska Weinberger. The diverse media employed in their practice incorporates sculpture, found objects, text pieces, large-scale mural drawings and maps, slide works, photography, video installations and site-specific interventions. They often use the discarded materials of consumer society, or the 'weeds' that grow up around the edges of the city, to create a subtle poetics of the margins.

The book is in very good condition.

Within this temporary, shifting arena, the artists investigate the interaction between the unfettered forces of natural and cultural growth as they collide with social concepts of order and structure, imbued with the spirit of moral values.

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Author(s):
Weinberger, Lois and Franziska
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
110
Title:
Home Voodoo

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This book features essays by Tom Trevor and Eva Maria Stadler. This catalogue accompanies the first major solo exhibition in the UK for the internationally renowned Austrian artist-duo, Lois and Franziska Weinberger. The diverse media employed in their practice incorporates sculpture, found objects, text pieces, large-scale mural drawings and maps, slide works, photography, video installations and site-specific interventions. They often use the discarded materials of consumer society, or the 'weeds' that grow up around the edges of the city, to create a subtle poetics of the margins.

The book is in very good condition.

Within this temporary, shifting arena, the artists investigate the interaction between the unfettered forces of natural and cultural growth as they collide with social concepts of order and structure, imbued with the spirit of moral values.

Author(s):
Weinberger, Lois and Franziska
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
110
Title:
Home Voodoo

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