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Heimo Zobernig, Heimo Zobernig (Modena 2008)
  • Out of print
  • Out of print
Published 2008

270 x 210 mm
3 books of 29,7 x 21 cm
Each book is 64 pages
Interior: color
Cover: color
Slip case: yellow, glossy finish
Binding: saddle stitched

Heimo Zobernig, ed. by Cornelia Lauf, Galleria Civica di Modena, 2008. Essays by Laura Bruni, Cornelia Lauf, Angela Vettese. An artist’s book in three volumes, Heimo Zobernig, ed. by Cornelia Lauf, Galleria Civica di Modena, 2008. Essays by Laura Bruni, Cornelia Lauf, Angela Vettese. Produced on occasion of the artist’s exhibition in Modena. Spans the universal and the microscopic, as well as ruminations on art, in Zobernig’s typical wide-ranging style. The volumes are housed in yellow slipcover, design consultant, Christophe Boutin.

The Art of the Encylopedia, is a 64-page book divided into seven sections, that was presented as a limited edition book in 1988 with poet-writer Ferdinand Schmatz for Edition Artelier, in Graz, at the Galerie Peter Pakesch, Graz. It is a quasi-scientific study, which questions the ability of systems, charts, and maps, to indicate the substance of reality. Atlas is a series of thirty paper collages using highly colorful scientific journals and geography books, as well as abstract forms and graphs, which create a lexicon of the universe, or cosmology, both universal and personal to Zobernig. The third volume in the tripartite catalogue is a document of the Modena exhibition, containing images, as well essays, by Angela Vettese, Cornelia Lauf, and Laura Bruni, as well as the exhibition’s sponsors. The third volume is in Italian and English. All three are encased in a cardboard slipcover.roduced on occasion of the artist’s exhibition in Modena. Spans the universal and the microscopic, as well as ruminations on art, in Zobernig’s typical wide-ranging style