Published by Kerber. Edited and with text by Stephan Berg, Christoph Schreier.
Marcel Odenbach (born 1953) is known as a pioneer of video art, but this is the first catalogue to examine his work as a draftsman and collage artist. It begins with drawings from the 1970s and includes his collages of the 1980s, which act as both studies for his video installations and autonomous works.
Published by Kerber. Edited by Stephan Berg, Christoph Schreier, Anna Czerlitzki, Stefanie Fischer. Text by Stephan Berg, Anna Czerlitzki, Stefanie Fischer, Christoph Schreier.
Alongside the video art for which he is famed, Marcel Odenbach (born 1953) has developed a large body of drawings over the last 40 years. These range from freehand works to sketches for video concepts to complex collages, comprehensively gathered in this publication.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Parveen Adams, Matthias Mühling, Vanessa Joan Müller. Interviews by Vanessa Joan Müller, Matthias Mühling.
Marcel Odenbach (born 1953 in Cologne) is one of Germany’s preeminent video artists, and a keen interrogator of political visual rhetoric. This catalogue examines his videos, installations and works on paper from the last three years.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Text by Wulf Herzogenrath, Sabine Maria Schmidt, Angela Breidbach.
For nearly three decades, Cologne-based Marcel Odenbach has been one of Germany's most influential video artists. This volume presents previously unpublished collages and drawings from 1975-1983 that Odenbach used to storyboard his intricate performances and video installations.