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Pencil sketch of an eye surrounded by rays of pale patterns ending in sketched frills, surrounded by spottings of gold dust, with a light transparent title Kiki Smith Hearing You with My Eyes.

Kiki Smith

Hearing You with My Eyes

Edited by Laurence Schmidlin
Contributions by Amelia Jones
Contributions by Lisa Le Feuvre
Contributions by Laurence Schmidlin

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  • New monograph on American artist Kiki Smith, featuring rarely and previously unpublished works
  • First documentation of Kiki Smith's artistic exploration of human sensory perception
Full Description
The art of Kiki Smith is a meditation on the body. The American artist, born 1954, observes every aspect of corporeal materiality and the conditions shaping the time on earth of the body political, spiritual, domestic, fleshly, base, and universal. She uses a wide range of materials and craft techniques, but takes a particular interest in the fragility and expressive potential of paper and its resemblance to skin. Flesh is also suggested by wax and bronze in sculptures, often cast from living models including herself. This new monograph focuses on the sensory dimension of Kiki Smith’s oeuvre that requires active percipience and a sharpening of our senses. Richly illustrated with around 100 of her drawings, prints, sculptures, and videos, the essays confront the reader with his or her own physicality and invites a reflection of our role within our entire environment. Text in English and French.
About the Author
Laurence Schmidlin is curator for contemporary art with Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts MCBA in Lausanne, Switzerland.
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Specifications
Publisher
Scheidegger & Spiess
ISBN
9783858818676
Published
21st Dec 2020
Binding
Paperback / softback
Territory
World excluding Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Puerto Rico, United States, Canada, and Japan
Size
210 mm x 165 mm
Pages
192 Pages
Illustrations
124 color
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