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Hektor Works 2009~2002

Artist
Jürg Lehni
Price
$34.00
Date
2011
Publisher
Rollo Press
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Size
20 × 25.5 × 0.5 cm
Length
48 
Description

A documentation of the activities of Hektor, the graffiti output device conceived by Jürg Lehni and Uli Franke in 2002. Loosely connected to a series of publications released by Nieves, it collects exhibition views from Hektor shows that are manipulated in a way that leaves out all spatial context, thereby reducing the image to it’s source material: a drawing.

  1. Hektor Works 2009~2002
 

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