Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by David Nolan. Text by Franz W. Kaiser, Jorinde Voigt.
In her drawings, German artist Jorinde Voigt (born 1977) develops a subjective code that is subjected to strict rules. This volume features drawings from a 32-part cycle based on Beethoven's Sonatas, using "a method of notation capable of extracting the emotional range that is inscribed in Beethoven’s music.”
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by David Nolan. Text by John Yau.
Music, weather, geography, literature and philosophy are among the subjects that inspire Jorinde Voigt’s mesmerizing diagrammatic drawings, all of which she renders into a dizzying maelstrom of lines and notations as one idea links to the next. In Piece for Words and Views, Voigt turns to Roland Barthes’ A Lover’s Discourse to produce 36 drawings, which this volume gathers.
In her drawings, German artist Jorinde Voigt (born 1977) develops a code of abstractionist signage that at first appears deeply subjective but soon reveals itself as the product of strict rules and systems. Blurring borders between science and art, these drawings analyze the structures of diverse cultural patterns via abstract parameters such as speed, frequency and orientation.
Published by Kerber. Text by Andrew Cannon, Oliver Tepel.
Matrix & Lemniscate, a collaboration between the artist Jorinde Voigt and composers Patric Catani and Chris Imler, addresses what happens when mortal beings encounter unending movement. Voigt draws structures that evoke infinite loops or processes, and Catani and Imler respond to Voigt's drawings by recreating the “8” infinity motif as an acoustic cluster.