Bestandsaufnahme: Die Arbeit Von Christine Hill und Volksboutique

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Hatje Cantz Verlag GmbH & Company KG, 2003 - Art - 240 pages
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Exceptionally organized with a sincere nod toward dated encyclopedias and the anachronistic world of old-fashioned stationer's, Inventory holds true to the letter of the dictionary--which definition shall not be supplied here. Please look it up. Cataloging the orderly work that Christine Hill has produced over the past 10 years--including Pilot, Productions, Vending Machine, Tourguide, Reference Library, and Handbag, collectively referred to as Organizational Ventures--Inventory archives work created in each of the Volksboutique's international offices, located in Binghamton, Baltimore, Berlin, and Brooklyn, and a number of vital texts and reference images.

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About the author (2003)

Christine Hill was born in 1968 in Binghamton, New York. After studying art in Baltimore she moved to Berlin in the early 90s. Her concept of an "everyday job as artistic activity" has led her to work as a tour guide, a TV talk show host, a masseuse, a waitress, the lead singer in the German rock band Bindemittel, and the shopkeeper of Volksboutique, a franchise of which was installed at Documenta 10. Solo installations of her work have appeared at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Leipzig, the Kunsthalle Bern and the Cleveland Contemporary Art Center. In 1997 Hill moved to Brooklyn, where her main office is now located.

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