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Place by Place by Felice Varini

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Publisher : Lars Muller
Binding : Hardcover
Pages : 400
Publication Date : 11/25/2013
Condition : BRAND NEW
From Spaces to Spaces is the latest publication by the artist Felice Varini, constituting a re-examination of his complete oeuvre based on his most recent works. His fascinating spatial installations make use of urban landscapes, walls, and rooms as “screens” for abstract graphical projections which the artist paints, draws, or fabricates from materials such as adhesive tape. Seen from an ideal vantage point, they appear as unexpected two-dimensional patterns against their three-dimensional background. When the viewer then leaves this vantage point and moves through the space, he sees the work as a perpetual metamorphosis of shifting, evolving forms. Accompanying the numerous illustrations is a text by Doris von Drathen that situates the work in its art-historical context, as well as an interview she conducted with the artist. From the Inside Flap From Spaces to Spaces is the latest publication by the artist Felice Varini, constituting a re-examination of his complete oeuvre based on his most recent works. His fascinating spatial installations make use of urban landscapes, walls, and rooms as “screens” for abstract graphical projections which the artist paints, draws, or fabricates from materials such as adhesive tape. Accompanying the numerous illustrations is a text by Doris von Drathen that situates the work in its art-historical context, as well as an interview she conducted with the artist. From the Back Cover From Spaces to Spaces is the latest publication by the artist Felice Varini, constituting a re-examination of his complete oeuvre based on his most recent works. His fascinating spatial installations make use of urban landscapes, walls, and rooms as -screens- for abstract graphical projections which the artist paints, draws, or fabricates from materials such as adhesive tape. Accompanying the numerous illustrations is a text by Doris von Drathen that situates the work in its art-historical context, as well as an interview she conducted with the artist.