Thirteen Years
The materialization of ideas from 2002 to 2015
Michalis Pichler/Annette Gilbert/Clemens Krümmel

With Contributions from Tobias Amslinger, Matthias Bleyl, Eleanor Vonne Brown, Craig Dworkin, Annette Gilbert, Mark Gisbourne, Patrick Greaney, Ariane Müller, Michalis Pichler, Stefan Ripplinger, John Stezaker, Magnus Wieland

240 pp.
with ca. 300 colour images
otabind/layflat binding (softcover)

Leipzig June, 2015
ISBN: 9783959050227
Edition Number: 1

Width: 21 cm
Length: 29.7 cm

Language(s): English

Annette Gilbert, Clemens Krümmel

Michalis Pichler

Bureau Mario Lombardo

Printed Matter, Inc.

A cross-reference book of information on aesthetic boundaries, consisting of a bibliography into which inserted text, critical essays, art works, and documents, are arranged chronologically and focused on a selection of so-called »greatest hits« and conceptual poetics. It contains mentions of such vaguely designated areas as appropriation, postnaive, unboring boring, détournement, object perdu, and erasure poetry — or writing through — as they currently occur (with occasional political overtones) in the work of Michalis Pichler.
This book is the first monograph focused on the practice of artist/author Michalis Pichler. Featuring eleven critical essays, an extensively illustrated catalogue, a conversation with John Stezaker, and selected writings by the artist, the book delivers a solid introduction into conceptual poetics.

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