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#09119

Nur Du!

Artists
Denise Schatz and Claudia Peña Salinas
Price
$10.00
Date
2010
Publisher
Miniature Garden
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Size
13 × 20 × 0.1 cm
Length
Description

A short contemplation on a specific time and space based on the literal reflection of objects.

A remembrance of the summer that the artists spent in an empty apartment on Reichenberger Straße in Berlin. They gathered objects over several weeks and took them to the library, placing each of them on the copy machine. The photocopied objects included bracelets, rocks, lighters, bobby pins, and balls of twine. Back at their house, they photographed the reflections in a mirror that the neighbors had left in the hallway.

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