Published by Koenig Books. Edited by Susanne Pfeffer. Text by Diedrich Diederichsen, Johanna Burton.
This publication on British artist Helen Marten (born 1985) features a 40-page sequence, designed by Marten, of collages that address the density and complexity of our material lives. This publication accompanies Martenís first institutional solo exhibition in Germany.
Published by JRP|Ringier. Edited by Tom Eccles, Beatrix Ruf, Polly Staple. Text by Michael Archer, Ed Atkins, Tom Eccles, Kit Grover, Flint Jamison, Richard Wentworth, Beatrix Ruf, Polly Staple.
British artist Helen Marten (born 1985) humorously explores questions of ownership and dishonesty in the relationship of object to artifact and package to product. Martenís installations, sculptures and videos play upon our reference systems for things and a coding of the visual that establishes our most elemental relationships to the material world. Marten thus weaves conversations between counterfeit and camouflage in which image is continually sabotaged by language, by a deliberateness of error that presents itself with all the concrete certainty of cultural legitimacy. This publication is the first to fully document Martenís output. It accompanies a year-long exhibition touring at the Kunsthalle ZŁrich, the Chisenhale Gallery in London and the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College in New York. The book includes numerous installation and work views.