Renée Green

Inevitable Distances

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Date of publication February 2022

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Renée Green
Inevitable Distances

Ed. Kathrin Bentele, Mason Leaver-Yap, text(s) by Krist Gruijthuijsen, Kathrin Bentele, Howie Chen, Renée Green, Emma Hedditch, Katherine McKittrick, Taylor Le Melle, Ima-Abasi Okon, Melanie Roumiguière, graphic design by Carolina Aboarrage

English

2022. 256 pp., 80 ills.

Hardcover

21.60 x 28.00 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-5061-5

Histories of Movement and Displacements

Renée Green’s impressive and long-standing multimedia art practice has, over two decades, examined the relationship between aesthetics and power. Her films, sculpture, writing, photography, printmaking, and sound works have probed and foregrounded underrepresented histories of migration, displacement, ethnography, and cultural representation. This exceptional artist catalogue features Green’s works in its many facets, combining early and undocumented art works with recent productions, alongside a host of new writers who recontextualize her artwork for contemporary audiences. This book is a unique experience, in which vision and knowledge are brought into new constellations.

RENÉE GREEN (*1959) studied at Parsons School of Design, Wesleyan University, Harvard University, and the Whitney Independent Study Program. Her unique approach to natural sciences, history, and cultural aesthetics has made her known around the world. She was a professor at the Akademie der Künste in Vienna and the San Francisco Art Institute, and is currently at the Art, Culture and Technology Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

This book is co-published by DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program and KW Institute for Contemporary Art, on the occasion of Renée Green's parallel exhibitions at daadgalerie and KW, Berlin, October 2021.

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