Published by Kerber. Edited by Katja Lenz. Text by Magdalena Kröner, Konrad Bitterli, Ursula Pia Jauch.
Up-and-coming Swiss painter Giacomo Santiago Rogado (born 1979) arranges austere but dynamic interactions between geometric shapes that develop great spatial depth and quickly engage the viewer in his rigorous demarcations. “It's a matter of delaying the first glance as long as possible,” Rogado avers—“delaying the first glance so long that it is more than just a glance, it becomes a contemplation, a conception or even a state.”