Essays by Kasper Kŕnig and Christine Litz.
Published by Walther König, Köln
Transience and the economic use of resources are central themes in German artist Heike Beyer's work. Materiality is also important--often festive, but never overtaxed. This exhibition catalogue records three scholars' reactions to Beyer's installation for the Museum Ludwig in Cologne, in which the artist covers the 36-foot-high room in colored crepe paper, which, over time, is bleached by daylight. The book also includes several images that may have served as references or inspirational materials for Beyer--drawings, paintings, photographs. They are at once scientific, romantic, beautiful and cryptic.
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