Angelika Loderer : pleurotus ostreatus 70 ; pleurotus ostreatus mycelium, wood, water, c-print, 2017.

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Author / Creator:Loderer, Angelika, 1984- artist.
Imprint:Vienna : Secession : Berlin : Revolver Publishing, [2017].
Description:88 unnumbered pages : all color illustrations ; 22 cm.
Subject:Loderer, Angelika, -- 1984- -- Exhibitions.
Loderer, Angelika, -- 1984-
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Varying Form of Title:Title on plexiglass slipcase: Angelika Loderer: Secession
Pleurotus ostreatus 70
Pleurotus ostreatus mycelium, wood, water, c-print, 2017
Other authors / contributors:Wiener Secession, host institution.
Revolver Publishing.
Notes:Limited edition of 400 copies printed.
Exhibition catalog.
On the occasion of the exhibition "Angelika Loderer" held at the Secession, Vienna, February 2 - March 26, 2017.
Book has special paperback binding (no spine attached).
Summary:Angelika Loderer's sculptures might be classified as media-reflective art: the characteristics of the materials she uses and the manufacturing processes are fundamental parameters informing the design process. Her sculptures are frequently made of cast metal or secondary materials from the metal casting workshop - wax, for example, or special molding sand, which, because of its high level of form stability, is particularly well suited for casting. It is essential for the production of the mould proper but leaves no trace on the finished product - it is effectively invisible. Loderer makes this auxiliary agent her medium to "build" fragile and temporary sculptures; consisting of molding sand, they allude to metalworking while also initiating an inspiring and paradoxical dialogue between the durability of the one and the ephemeral quality of the other. Her creative approach is characterized by the improvisational and experimental uses she makes of her materials: unconventional combinations yield appealing objects that sometimes suggest a sort of "performative sculpture." Exhibition: Secession, Vienna, Austria (02.02.-26.03.2017).
Standard no.:9783957633774

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