The Inner Sound that Kills the Outer

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Monographs & Artists’ Books

Editor(s) :

Agustín Pérez Rubio

Author(s) :

Agustín Pérez RubioAndreas SchlaegelAngela RosenbergKirstine RoepstorffPatricia EllisSolvej Helweg Ovesen

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Dimensions :

237 x 286 mm

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Pictures :

61 colors and 20 b/w

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CHF60 / €40 / £25 / $55


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Publication :

January 2009

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Over the last decade Kirstine Roepstorff (*1972 Denmark, lives and works in Berlin) has developed a large body of collage work which taps into our collective conscious by re-using media imagery. Roepstorff’s collages are both aesthetically appealing, poetic, and yet also deeply concerned with political issues such as the global economy, disinformation, and feminism.

Specific archetypical characters developed in her collages also inform her new artistic venture, a mechanical theater installation, “Stille Teater” (Quiet Theater), which is documented in the book. The text from “Stille Teater,” as well as two essays and a conversation with the artist, are included in the publication.

Published with MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, León (Spain).