Andreas Horlitz: Arbeiten
Verlag für Moderne Kunst, Aug 15, 2005 - Photography - 173 pages
The first monograph on Andreas Horlitz's work over a quarter century covers an engaging richness of artistic strategies. After beginning as a prizewinning photographer, Horlitz turned to word-and-picture constructions, experiments with Xerox reproductions, and, recently, mirror-and-light works and architecturally related, site-specific projects. Throughout his career, language, either textual or scientific, has figured large--in one case as large as a six-story installation incorporating the sleep research of Alexander Borbely, who has recorded his daily activity patterns since 1982 using a monitor strapped permanently to his wrist. These immensely inventive images and structures are discussed in essays by Klaus Honnef, Irene Netta, Sibylle Omlin, Hans Scheurer and Stephan Trescher.
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