- A monograph of works by sculptor and installation artist Liz Bachhuber
- Presents her oeuvre of on-site installations from 1989 to present day
At the centre of Liz Bachhuber's (*1953) work are the aesthetic and narrative qualities of found materials: objects with biographical relevance, often in combination with natural matter. Characteristic of her practice are the analytical recognition and uncovering of the actual values of materials usually considered worthless. In the sense of an archaeology of the everyday, her finds turn into cultural artefacts. With essays by Verena Krieger, David Galloway, and Michael Lüthy, her new book School's Out! gathers all of her on-site installations since 1989 and after 25 years of teaching at the Bauhaus-University Weimar.
Text in English and German.
- Kerber Verlag
- 13th Apr 2020
- 279 mm x 216 mm
- 128 Pages
- 160 color