Published by Kerber. Edited with text by Andrea Jahn. Text by Mats E. Eriksson, Alwin Köhler, et al.
Artist Martin Walde (born 1957) uses a wide variety of media in conceptual works that examine the phenomenon of mythologized science. Facts From Fiction traces the extinct genus Hallucigenia—the primitive worm—through the highs and lows of varying interpretations, exploring the blurring of science and mythology.
Published by Moderne Kunst Nürnberg. Edited by Hans Dünser. Text by Severin Dünser, Verena Gamper.
In 2013, Vienna-based artist Martin Walde (born 1957) transformed the Kunstraum Dornbirn into a hallucinatory artificial paradise. Walde’s penned-in weather balloons become bizarre beings and everyday utensils are transformed into tropical flowers.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Roland Nachtigäller, Mami Kataoka, Monika Wagner.
Austrian artist Martin Walde (born 1957) expands the 1960s concept of sculpture as a performance in space by making room for coincidence and the viewer's own intervention. Using materials such as wool, wax, silicon or water, Walde creates installations and sculptural objects that invite the viewer's touch.