Published by DelMonico Books/Wellin Museum of Art. Edited with text by Tracy L. Adler. Text by Suzanne Keen, Sarah Oppenheimer, Seph Rodney.
This publication documents the four interactive artworks by New York–based artist Sarah Oppenheimer (born 1972) created for the Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College in the context of her greater artistic oeuvre. Printed in five color with foil stamping, with striking reproductions and contributions by Tracy L. Adler, Suzanne Keen, Sarah Oppenheimer and Seph Rodney, the book explores the artist’s multifaceted approach to empathy, agency, audience and cocreation, among many other themes in her work. Oppenheimer considers the space of the museum as a site of experimentation, where visitors experience the curiosity and joy of transforming the artworks themselves. In Oppenheimer’s words, “You have to enter the temporal network in order for the work to exist.”
Published by Verlag für moderne Kunst. Edited with preface by Helen Hirsch. Text by Soyoung Yoon. Interview with Laurent Stalder by Simone Büsch-Küng.
The internationally renowned artist Sarah Oppenheimer develops an interactive network of thresholds in close dialogue with the architectural conditions of the Kunstmuseum. Through subtle manipulation of an existing building, N-01 alters the viewer’s experience of spatial progression within the exhibition space.
Published by Wexner Center for the Arts. Foreword by Sherri Geldin. Introduction by Meagan Cavanaugh. Text by Alexander R. Galloway, Laurent Stalder.
S-337473 accompanies Sarah Oppenheimer’s (born 1972) exhibition at the Wexner Center. The project spotlights Oppenheimer’s current investigation of the switch, and how such a device might be able to work in space to generate a matrix of views that cannot be experienced by an individual simultaneously. The illustrated catalog includes new photography of the work in situ and documentation of her cross-disciplinary collaborations, along with newly commissioned essays by scholars, including Alexander R. Galloway (Professor of Media, Culture and Communication at NYU) and Laurent Stalder (Chair for the Theory of Architecture at the ETH in Zurich).
Published by Mills College Art Museum. Introduction by Stephanie Hanor. Text by Julian Rose, Stephanie Weber.
The work of New York–based artist Sarah Oppenheimer (born 1972) spans the boundaries between sculpture and architecture, exploring how space is animated and experienced in order to provide a deeper understanding of architecture as a constructed social environment. Her investigations are particularly relevant within museums, where architecture frames and guides how visitors see and interact with both space and, importantly, the people and objects in that space. This publication examines the research and development that is intrinsic to Oppenheimer’s built installations, through previously unseen archival materials such as drawings, prototypes, physical models, light studies and customized computer code. It focuses on two related projects: D-33, at PPOW, New York (2012), and 33-D, at Kunsthaus Baselland, Switzerland (2014). This work highlights the physical and conceptual specificity of Oppenheimer’s practice and reflects the complexity of her methods for manipulating the built environment.
PUBLISHER Mills College Art Museum
BOOK FORMAT Paperback, 6.5 x 9.5 in. / 184 pgs / 87 color / 8 bw.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 1/26/2016 Active
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. Exclusive Catalog: SPRING 2016 p. 197
PRODUCT DETAILS ISBN 9780985460013FLAT40 List Price: $35.00 CDN $47.50 GBP £30.00
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