Tue Greenfort


Lukas & Sternberg
124 pages
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Greenfort's art evokes a world in which animals, humans, nature, culture, science, and industry, as well as the artwork and its site, are connected by a web of complex relationships. In all of his works the Danish artist demonstrates an interest in an expanded notion of ecology, one that encompasses cultural history and sociopolitics as well as natural resources. This first monographic book contains an essay by the renowned scientist Jesper Hoffmeyer on biosemiotics, as well as a text by Maria Muhle which discusses the artist's work in relation to biopolitics.

Publishing Year: 2006
Publisher: Lukas & Sternberg
Editor(s): Nicolaus Schafhausen, Caroline Schneider, Solange De Boer, Zoë Gray
Binding: Softcover
Pages: 124
Dimensions: 17 x 11 cm
Weight: 0.1 kg
Language: German/English

ISBN: 978 0 97456 880 5

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