Martha Rosler

An der Stelle der Öffentlichkeit: Beobachtungen einer Vielfliegerin

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Martha Rosler
An der Stelle der Öffentlichkeit: Beobachtungen einer Vielfliegerin

Text(s) by Anthony Vidler, contributions by Martha Rosler, ed. Rolf Lauter

Series: Positionen zur Gegenwartskunst

German, English

1998. 168 pp., 113 ills.

softcover

31.00 x 23.10 cm

ISBN 978-3-89322-880-5

At the centre of the monograph In the Place of the Public on the American photographer and theorist Martha Rosler are photographs taken in airports across the world. These photographs interact with a text by Rosler that explores the psychology of flying, the architectural aesthetics of airport terminals, the role of the flight passenger and the strategies adopted by the airlines. Text and images are a combination of theoretical considerations and personal stock-taking plus cultural, social and political analysis. Two further essays complete the publication: the architectural theorist Anthony Vidler goes in depth into the construction of terminals and airport sites, thus putting the photographs into their proper architectural-historical context. Benjamin Buchloh views this series of pictures by Rosler in relation to her other works and writings, and locates them within contemporary art. This volume is the third part of the Positions in Contemporary Art Series. The artist: Martha Rosler, born in Brooklyn. 1974 University of California, San Diego, California; Master of Fine Arts. 1985 Brooklyn College, City University of New York, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Bachelor of Arts. Numerous exhibitions, including the documenta VII in Kassel in 1982, and a major retrospective in 1998 at the IKON Gallery in Birmingham and in the Generali Foundation in Vienna and Lyon.

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