Eds. Giulia Bini, Lívia Nolasco-Rózsás, Jan Elantkowski, Fruzsina Feigl, Borbála Kálmán
2021. 208 pages, 100 ills.
16.50 x 23.50 cm
Metamorphoses of space
Not only for Kant it is one of the absolute foundations of all human thought and action: space. That makes it a fascinating secret at the same time. Because it is difficult to think what thinking itself makes possible. Art therefore takes the path of the imagination and allows the diverse possibilities and dazzling ways of experiencing the spatial to be perceived. The catalog brings together works of art with which the history and philosophy of the room can be experienced in all its many facets. Last but not least, special attention is paid to our present, which through digitization and virtualization is transforming known spatial constellations and creating completely new ones. Accompanied by exciting essays, the illustrated book opens up intoxicating perspectives on the foundations of our living environment. (Text by Hatje Cantz)
Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art Budapest
29.4. - 27.6.2021