Legendary German filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger (born 1942) is a pioneer of queer and feminist discourse in film and photography. This catalog accompanies a retrospective at Kunsthalle Baden-Baden exploring all aspects of her life and career.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Ingvild Goetz, Karsten Löckemann, Susanne Touw. Text by Ingvild Goetz, Kristina Jaspers, Karsten Löckemann, Susanne Touw.
This volume offers an overview of German artist Ulrike Ottinger (born 1942), whose films explore the tensions between documentary and fiction. It includes reproductions of installations, such as Floating Flood (2011), an audio-visual collage of the artist’s travels, drawing from four decades of cinematic creativity.
Published by Moderne Kunst Nürnberg. Edited by Veit Görner, Antonia Lotz. Text by Veit Görner, Antonia Lotz, Hanne Bergius.
The art of Ulrike Ottinger (born 1942) straddles ethnographic observation and mythological narration. Through a dense network of images from other countries and thematically linked objects and wall pieces, World Images documents an installation that highlights both similarities and distinctions between cultures.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Foreword by Bernd M. Scherer. Text by Ulrike Ottinger.
Ulrike Ottinger’s Floating Food documents an installation exploring eating as a cultural and religious ritual, and the cultural connotations of water. The installation is composed of film montages, photographs, ethnographic objects and sculptures that include a Samurai robe made of dollar bills and a shaman’s costume.