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Personally, I'm Most Interested in The Shapes and Colours

Ludovik Vermeersch

Sarah Hayden Marc Holthof Erik Porath Jens Presser Rahel Schrohe Kristof van Baarle e.a.

DESIGN
Toon Leën and Kato Six in conversation with Studio Luc Derycke

Marking a symbolic hundred years since Malevich painted his iconic Black Square, this publication investigates the continued potential of abstract art as a disruptive, iconoclastic, or radical practice. Taking the form of a pastiche and integrating fictional elements within a theoretical framework, this book offers an experience of contextual abstraction, while using the specific case of abstract painting today to reflect on the role of narrative constructions in our experience of contemporary art. Twelve authors and six artists respond to a theoretical proposal put forth by the Belgian artist and curator Ludovik Vermeersch. Vermeersch suggests that in order to allow paintings to successfully "perform" their abstraction, one has to subvert the narrative framework they operate in. The book is a carefully composed attempt – a script, in fact – to do exactly that. Edited by Ludovik Vermeersch with Zoë De Luca, Emily Doucet.

thema

Art

pag.

304

uitgave

2015

materiaal

Softcover

formaat

230 x 165 mm

status

-

Taal

English

ISBN

978 94 9177 590 1

de auteur

Ludovik Vermeersch

Personally, I'm Most Interested in The Shapes and Colours

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