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Yngve Holen: Trypophobia

Condition: BRAND NEW
ISBN: 9783954761456
Author(s): Yngve Holen
Format: Paperback
Year: 2016
Publisher: Distanz
Dimensions: 208 x 20 x 267 (w x l x h)
Pages: 256

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The Norwegian-German artist Yngve Holen (b. Braunschweig, 1982; lives and works in Berlin) uses sculpture and imaging techniques to explore themes of transportation, technology, and the body. The multiple series of works he made between 2010 2015 illustrate Holen s use of 3D printing, water-cutting, tailoring, and consumer spare parts to test the material limits that define today s industries and our everyday surroundings. Trypophobia is Holen s first monograph and includes seven essays by writers and artists. Repeatedly alternating between satin and uncoated papers, the book phases between serial images and text. It begins with a SWOT analysis of the artist by Aedrhlsomrs Othryutupt Lauecehrofn that evaluates Holen s strengths, wea-knesses, opportunities, and threats. Victoria Camblin discusses Holen s use of industrial objects that feature holes, exploring the esoteric and erotic significance of the form in art history. Com-bining an essay with an interview with the artist, Thom Bettridge considers our obsession with hygiene, the consumer-as-product, and how far an idea can go before it stops working. S01E01 wri-tes about the psychological implications of today s industrial speed, particularly through our relationship to commercial air travel. Outlining the problems of the contemporary, Pablo Larios exa-mines the animism and fetishism of capitalism, coded forms of closed trade knowledge, and biological humor in sculpture. Karl Holmqvist looks at H
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