Published by Moderne Kunst Nürnberg. Texts by Kitty Kraus, Antonia Lotz. Afterword by Veit Görner.
For a solo show in the Kestnergesellschaft gallery in Germany, Berlin-based artist Kitty Kraus (born 1976) developed new light pieces, from everyday materials such as glass, ink, mirrors and light bulbs. This publication focuses on this site-specific installation.
Published by Kerber. Text by Veit Loers, Matthia Löbke, Uwe Fröhlich, Bettina Klein.
German artist Kitty Kraus (born 1976) applies a Minimalist formal vocabulary to humble, elegiac materials that suggest an active engagement with alchemical transformations. Utilizing household glass, light bulbs, cloth and ice, Krauss explores a trajectory of dissolution in contemporary materials, finding a melancholic beauty in the literal and symbolic failure of form.