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ANTJE MAJEWSKI & PAWEL FREISLER: APPLE -- AN INTRODUCTION (OVER AND OVER AND ONCE AGAIN). Stadtisches Museum Abteiberg, Monchengladbach, 2016. Published in association with Sternberg Press, Berlin. Distributed in the U.S.A. by Ram Publications, Santa Monica. 264 pp. 30 x 22 cm. ISBN 9783956791901 In English.
Due date: Forthcoming. Publisher's description: Developed by German artist Antje Majewski (b. 1968) and Polish conceptual artist Pawel Freisler (b. 1942) over the course of their five-year correspondence, Apple is an artistic, scientific, cultural and historical project. The well-illustrated catalog, published in conjunction with exhibitions at Museum Abteiberg and Muzeum Sztuki (2015), ties together collaborative, associative projects, films, sculptures, installations, conversations and a community tree planting by Majewski, Freisler and other international artists including Jimmie Durham, Agnieszka Polska and Piotr Zycienski. The remarkable range of Freisler's collection of carved, dried apples and Majewski's paintings of different apple varieties highlight the idea of diversity and the complex relationship between global food economy and technological progress in science and a capitalist world economy. Texts by Susanne Titz, Joanna Sokolowska, Fundacja Transformacja, Anders Ettinger, Katherine Gibson and Ethan Miller paint a broad picture of biodiversity and sustainability within cultural and art-historical contexts.
Artist(s):Majewski, Antje; Freisler, Pawel
Indexing: Unspecified
Plans: 73
Worldwide Number: 175360
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