Incidental arrangements

Berkowski, Wolfgang

[Paris] : Onestar Press, cop. 2001

Incidental Arrangements displays some of the main strategies used by the artist. The three parts (Connectors, Milieu and Cover) each form a distinct project, utilizing acquisition and choice, abstraction and memory, the real world and the laboratory as point of view, while taking up links to each other, like dendrites creating a network between different regions of a brain. As a result this book... Plus

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    Incidental Arrangements displays some of the main strategies used by the artist. The three parts (Connectors, Milieu and Cover) each form a distinct project, utilizing acquisition and choice, abstraction and memory, the real world and the laboratory as point of view, while taking up links to each other, like dendrites creating a network between different regions of a brain. As a result this book resembles a manual of how to’s rather than a fixed entity.* *A second, accompanying book titled “Arranged Incidents” (available at Onestar Press) serves as reference and index.