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Jorinde Voigt

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Jorinde Voigt

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In her drawings Jorinde Voigt (*1977 in Frankfurt am Main) develops a kind of semantic code that seems extremely subjective and individual, yet is subjected to strict rules and systems. In the process her notations create visual spaces that employ an artistic, philosophical procedure to unfold the world in its fundamental parameters, such as distance, speed, direction, frequency, pop charts, genres, and much more, while at the same time revealing the simultaneity of all these things. This volume features drawings from the 32-part cycle, Ludwig van Beethoven, Sonatas 1-32, in which the artist attempts to use music as the theme without illustrating or interpreting it. Here, according to Voigt, the greatest challenge was "to develop a method of notation capable of extracting the emotional range that is inscribed in Beethoven's music."

New Mobilities Regimes in Art and Social Sciences

Author : Susanne Witzgall
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New Mobilities Regimes analyses how global mobilities are changing the world of today and the role of political and economic power. Bringing together essays by leading scholars and social scientists, including Mimi Sheller and Bülent Diken with the work of well-known artists and art theorists such as Jordan Crandall, Ursula Bieman, Gülsün Karamustafa and Dan Perjovschi this book is a unique document of the cross-disciplinary mobility and power discourse. The specific design, integrating the text and art elements to create a singular dialogue makes for an exciting intellectual and aesthetic experience. Illustrated by a range of studies which examine the regulation and structure of mobility, such as the daily routines of teleworkers, Ukrainian cleaners in Western Europe, the mobility policies of global corporations, and the impact of bicycle policies on public space, New Mobilities Regimes emphasizes the routes and crossroads of migration flows as well as at the interaction of mobility and new spatial concepts. The contributors are concerned with both the positive outcomes and the disappointments of the global mobilizations in modern lives. This book is ground-breaking in that it calls for the reassessment of the figurative arts in providing independent and insightful knowledge-generating research on the nature of mobility and highlights the new appreciation of visual representations in sociology, cultural geography and anthropology.

Views on Views on Decameron

Author : Jorinde Voigt
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sammlung FIEDE 1 ein wei es Feld

Author : Friedrich Gräfling
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Resilience Emergencies and the Internet

Author : Mareile Kaufmann
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This book traces how resilience is conceptually grounded in an understanding of the world as interconnected, complex and emergent. In an interconnected world, we are exposed to radical uncertainties, which require new modes of handling them. Security no longer means the promise of protection, but it is redefined as resilience - as security in-formation. Information and the Internet not only play a key role for our understanding of security in highly connected societies, but also for resilience as a new program of tackling emergencies. Social media, cyber-exercises, the collection of digital data and new developments in Internet policy shape resilience as a new form of security governance. Through case studies in these four areas this book documents and critically discusses the relationship between resilience, the Internet and security governance. It takes the reader on a journey from the rise of complexity narratives in the context of security policy to a discussion of the Internet’s influence on resilience practices, and ends with a theory of resilience and the relational. The book shows how the Internet nourishes narratives of connectivity, complexity and emergency in political discourses, and how it brings about new resilience practices. This book will be of much interest to students of resilience studies, Critical Security Studies, Internet-politics, and International Relations in general.

Flash Art

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Codification of Intimacy

Author : Jorinde Voigt
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Art Basel

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Strip the Auctioneer at Christie s

Author : Christian Jankowski
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With Strip the Auctioneer, Christian Jankowski landed a real coup, and surely not coincidentally at a time when another artist, in an unprecedented move, avoided the intermediary gallery trade and auctioned off his annual production directly. Is it really all about the elitist distribution strategies of the market, or rather about an organized sale by an artist and auctioneer at top prices? Christian Jankowski declares this spectacle and all its components to be a work of art. 'I must have used this hammer for, well, at least eight years - I would say some fifty to seventy sales. I started with a few lots in small sales, being the junior auctioneer, and then slowly but steadily I have grown into being one of the senior auctioneers. Several auction records were broken with this hammer, including the most important Dutch auction: a portrait of Mrs. M.J. de Lange by Jan Toorop, sold in 2005 to the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam for 818,400 euros. I sold thousands of lots with this hammer.' - Arno Verkade, Auctioneer. English and German text.

Brave New Worlds

Author : Doryun Chong
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Addressing contemporary international art beyond glib expressions of globalism, Brave New Worlds assesses the current state of political consciousness and its multivalent artistic manifestations in an era characterized by the unraveling of a unified world order. Guided by the questions "How do we know?," "How do we experience?" and "How do we dream about the world?," 24 artists from Southeastern Europe to South America, from the Middle East to East Asia and from North Africa to North America propose their own answers in paintings, drawings, sculptures, installations and videos. The catalogue includes several brief "correspondent" essays, inspired by newspaper reports and penned by an international cast of young art historians, critics and curators, including Max Andrews and Mariana Canepa Luna (Spain), Cecilia Brunson (Chile), Hu Fang (China), Tone Hansen (Norway), Mihnea Mircan (Romania) and José Roca (Colombia). Recent texts by philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah, celebrated author and activist Arundhati Roy and award-winning foreign correspondent Janine di Giovanni provide additional perspectives on global affairs of the past decade. In addition, Brave New Worlds features an artist insert by Lia Perjovschi of Romania, entitled "Subjective Art History from Modernism to Today," and entries on each individual artist.

Drawing Redefined

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Drawing Redefined offers an original, critical look at the distinctive role drawing plays in the processes of five influential contemporary artists. For Roni Horn, Esther Kläs, Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Richard Tuttle, and Jorinde Voigt drawing is an essential medium in their multimedia and object-based work. Drawing affirms these artists' tactile engagement with the world and serves as a means for aesthetic experimentation and inquiry. In these artists' hands and through their bodies, the traditional practice of drawing is transformed into an exploration of time and space not necessarily bound to the page or the wall, manifest in film, sculpture, and painting. Following an introduction that traces the art historical precedents of drawing's key role in 20th-century artistic practice, noted scholars of contemporary art provide essays that explore the individual work of each artist and the vital place drawing maintains within it. Their diverse and compelling works of art are featured in 60 color illustrations.

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Author : Lourdes Fernández
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Beethoven Moves

Author : Andreas Kugler
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The German composer's lasting influence across a variety of artistic forms, with new interdisciplinary analysis The colossal appeal of Ludwig van Beethoven's romantic music and larger-than-life personality is explored in this publication, which gathers art both contemporaneous with the composer and more recent works influenced by or responding to him. These include paintings by Caspar David Friedrich; Turner's famous sketchbooks; prints by Francisco de Goya and Jorinde Voigt; and sculptures by Auguste Rodin, Rebecca Horn and John Baldessari, all reproduced in full color. Supplementing these artworks, Beethoven Movesalso contains a number of essays that feature different voices from around the world on related topics that range from science and literature to expertise and fandom. This interdisciplinary analysis of Beethoven's significance in the modern artistic canon is a testament to the incomparable composer and his ability to still move us with his music 250 years after his birth.

Gemalte diagramme Painted Diagrams

Author : Theres Rohde
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What is the correlation between information graphics and art?The exhibition 'Painted Diagrams' at the Museum für Konkrete Kunst in Ingolstadt is dedicated to this surprising question.Beginning with the Bauhaus, the presentation spans a bridge to contemporary art and presents around thirty positions that demonstrate the ironic and subversive, but also affirmative art of diagrams in art.Inversely, it also takes a look at the repertoire of artistic means of design that graphic designers make use of again and again as if as a matter of course.As both perspectives show: what is always involved is a cognitive process guided by an aesthetic means, behind which, in the worst case, manipulation, and, in the best case, the obtaining of genuine truth are concealed.English and German text.Accompanies the exhibition 'Painted Diagrams: Bauhaus, Art and Infographics', 31 Mar - 29 Sep 2019, Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt.

Of mice and men

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Of Mice and Men ISBN 3-7757-1765-X / 978-3-7757-1765-6 Hardcover, 8 x 11 in. / 344 pgs / 250 color. / U.S. $40.00 CDN $48.00 August / Art

A Passion for Drawing

Author : Elsy Lahner
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Discover highlights from one of the world's most diverse and prestigious drawing collections. Two decades ago, art collectors Florence and Daniel Guerlain decided to focus their energies on shaping a collection of contemporary works on paper. In 2013 they donated a large part of their holdings--1,200 works in total--to the Centre Pompidou in Paris. This book includes exquisite full-page reproductions of one hundred drawings and offers readers the chance to experience the extraordinary scope of the Guerlain collection through spectacular contemporary examples from an often overlooked medium. Among the artists featured in the book are Robert Longo, Kiki Smith, Jorinde Voigt, Marcel Dzama, Catharina Van Eetvelde, and Sandra Vasquez de la Horra. Works by other artists who are better known for their painting, sculpture, and performance art, deepen and enhance our experience of their respective oeuvres. This volume opens with an interview with Florence and Daniel Guerlain, and continues with brief essays by curator Elsy Lahner about each of the artists and their artwork, while an essay by Isabelle Dervaux explores the significance of this collection.

Drawing on Experience

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Author supplied keywords: Drawing; Somatic; Experience; Landscape; Mutlisport; Nature sport.

Collection Klein

Author : Ulrike Groos
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The Kunstmuseum Stuttgart offers the first presentation of the collection of Peter W. and Alison Klein, with works by artists such as Gregory Crewdson, Tracey Moffatt, Anna Oppermann, Sean Scully and Jorinde Voigt, among others.

Entangle

Author : Ariane Koek
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Black holes, dark matter, gravity, time, motion--these phenomena fascinate physicists and artists alike. Both strive to discover how they shape our world. The connection between art and science is gaining increasing significance in contemporary art.Now, the influence of physics on today's art, design, and architecture is being more closely examined. Curated by Ariane Koek, the founder of the arts program Arts at CERN, the exhibition Entangle - Physics and the Artistic Imagination and its companion catalog present the works of thirteen contemporary artists who are inspired by physics and its investigation of natural phenomena. Besides their works, this ground-breaking publication also contains interviews with the artists and physicists who share their different ways of seeing.Featuring interviews with and works of art by Sarah Sze, Julius von Bismarck, Julian Charrière, Sou Fujumoto, Iris van Herpen, Ryoji Ikeda, William Kentridge, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Goshka Macuga, Davide Quayola, Solveig Settemsda, Keith Tyson, Jorinde Voigt, and Carey Young. Exhibition:16.11.2018--14.04.2019, BIldmuseet Umeå