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- Producent: Thames & Hudson
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Oprawa: Hardback without Jacket, Format: 28x22 cm, Stron: 416, Illustrated in colour and black and white throughout, 2016 r.
An ambitious monograph on Olafur Eliasson’s large-scale projects over the past 20 years, incling hitherto unpublished creations as well as spatial experiments that no longer exist
‘It seems incredible that such a staggeringly inventive body of work could be contained, much less summarised, in one tome, but 'Unspoken Spaces' succeeds in being both thorough and highly accessible’ – Aesthetica
'An exquisite monograph'– AnOther Magazine
The first major new monograph on Olafur Eliasson in almost a decade, Unspoken Spaces explores the artist’s driving interest in finding visionary shapes to represent abstract ideas. It is a richly illustrated journey through spheres, tunnels, towers, walkways and archways, as well as pavilions and larger buildings realized by Eliasson and his stio since the late 1990s.
Binding the spiralling dynamic of these works are essays by renowned writers across a variety of fields – from geologists and historians of art and science to architects, artists and philosophers.
The works range from small-scale experiments to large-scale projects in the public realm, among them striking buildings such as The Serpentine Galleries Pavilion 2007 in London (with Kjetil Thorsen), Your rainbow panorama (2006–2011) in Aarhus, Denmark, or the crystalline façade for Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre (2005–11) in Reykjavik. Each work is presented through in-depth project descriptions accompanied by Eliasson’s own words.
Produced in close collaboration with the artist and his stio, this elaborate volume will appeal to art lovers, designers, stents and collectors alike.
Alex Coles, Lorraine Daston, Carol Diehl, Eric Ellingsen, Timothy Morton, Molly Nesbit and Minik Rosing.
Olafur Eliasson’s work ranges from installations and sculpture to photography, film, pavilions and other built environments, and has been exhibited worldwide in institutions such as MoMA, Tate Modern and the Venice Biennale.