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Angela Bulloch - Satellite
Satellite samples texts written by many different writers, from Ulf Poschardt to Mae West. The book is organised around current interests pursued by Angela Bulloch, using her own work, photographs taken by her and other ‘found' material. Included are examples of her early video work, her collaborative projects with Liam Gillick, her interactive drawing machines and her more recent Superstructure with Satellites.
Angela Bulloch (born 1966 in Rainy River, Ontario, Canada, lives and works in Berlin) is an artist working across many forms such as sculpture, installation'and sound. In her work, Bulloch adopts an interdisciplinary approach, incorporating references from a'wide array of sources, be it history, film or music. Bulloch's works span many forms, but they all manifest her interest in systems, patterns and rules, and the creative territory between mathematics and aesthetics. A common thread in her artistic practice is the manipulation of codes and a sense of control. Whether that code is music- or text-based, the artist plays with and orchestrates our perception and experience of art. She proposes that this experience can be “subliminally programmed” and her work stages that which is beyond our grasp. Bulloch is affiliated with the generation of the Young British Artists.
Texts by Angela Bulloch, Liam Gillick, Bussel, Taylor Wang, Edgar Mitchell, Charles Walker, Donald Williams, Joseph Allen, Christoph Blase, Andreas Spiegl, Stephan Schmitt Wullfen, Micheal Archer, Gary Mulholland, Virginia Button, Rein Wolfs, Angela Bulloch interview by Stefan Kalmar.
Coedition Le Consortium, Dijon / Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zürich.
published in 1998
English edition
24 x 19 cm (softcover)
144 pages (6 b/w & 84 colour illustrations)
31.00 12.00
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ISBN : 978-3-907064-05-4
EAN : 9783907064054
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