Published by Moderne Kunst Nürnberg. Text by Julienne Lorz, Christian Rattemeyer, Ute Stuffer.
This publication surveys the work of German artist, curator and author Tilo Schulz (born 1971). Since the mid-1990s, Schulz has challenged the architecture of the conventional exhibition space by introducing site-specific installations that occupy the thoroughfares between the individual rooms.
Tilo Schulz (b. 1972) grew up with the split he examines here: Formalism was degenerate, "the cult of the ugly and the immoral," and Socialist Realism was creating the utopia to come, reflecting "strengths, nobleness and beauty." Here--as a victor writing history--he reinterprets the struggle of ideologies through his current work.