Fabian Marti, Bilder 2005-2016.

Title
Fabian Marti, Bilder 2005-2016.
Author
Marti, Fabian, 1979-
Publication
Zürich : Edition Patrick Frey ; Luzern : Kunstmuseum Luzern, 2016.

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Additional Authors
Kunstmuseum Luzern, host institution.
Description
219 pages : chiefly illustrations (some color); 33 cm
Series Statement
Edition Patrick Frey ; no 199
Uniform Title
  • Edition Patrick Frey (Series) ; no 199.
  • Works. Selections
Alternative Title
  • Bilder 2005-2016
  • Works.
Genre/Form
Exhibition catalogs.
Note
  • Includes brief texts by Paul J. Ennis and Erik Davis.
  • Released during the exhibition at Kunstmuseum Luzern, held February 27 to June 12, 2016.
Call Number
JQG 17-426
ISBN
  • 9783905929997
  • 3905929996
Author
Marti, Fabian, 1979- artist.
Title
Fabian Marti, Bilder 2005-2016.
Publisher
Zürich : Edition Patrick Frey ; Luzern : Kunstmuseum Luzern, 2016.
Edition
First edition.
Type of Content
text
still image
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Series
Edition Patrick Frey ; no 199
Edition Patrick Frey (Series) ; no 199.
Summary
"This book is a trip. A trip through the visual realms of the artist Fabian Marti. Its prevailing cosmic black is subtly accentuated now and then by color: the milky white of mountain crystal, the raw dun of rock caves, the sandy beige of pillared Greek ruins. Or color as a by-product of alchemistic photogram processes. The shapes are original and familiar. Marti reinterprets symbols and reviews the cultural history of modernity and beyond. A journey through time as past and present blend in simultaneity. Digital and analog united. Scanned objects revealed: mushrooms, stones, toast, a pair of hands. And modified pictures from outside sources. This is a book about altered states of consciousness triggered by substances and shapes. It's about spiritual views and mystical experiences --and their negation. Not somber, not sad, not heavy, but contemplative and awake. An oscillation between yes and no."--Publisher's website viewed January 24, 2017.
Added Author
Kunstmuseum Luzern, host institution.
Added Title
Bilder 2005-2016
Research Call Number
JQG 17-426
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