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Originally published in 2009, this book collects the work made between 1999 and 2009 by Austrian duo UBERMORGEN (lizvlx and Hans Bernhard). Along that decade, UBERMORGEN developed a consistent oeuvre, focused on the ability of media to infiltrate reality to the point of completely altering the perception of it or even its social, biological or human infrastructure; and on the potential of art to engage a dialogue with economic, bureaucratic and informational systems. All these works are presented extensively through pictures and introductory texts, and discussed in depth in two essays by Domenico Quaranta and Dr. Inke Arns. The book also features a visual tribute by artists JODI.ORG. UBERMORGEN have exhibited in museums and galleries internationally since 1999, including HKW, Berlin; MUMOK, Vienna; MACBA, Barcelona; Ars Electronica, Linz; SFMOMA, San Francisco; Witte de With, Rotterdam; Centre Pompidou, Paris; New Museum, New York; Sydney and Gwangju biennales.
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ISBN
9781326410995
Edition
1st
Published
September 4, 2015
Language
English
Pages
97
File Format
PDF
File Size
61.85 MB

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