Alexandra Hopf

Screen Memories

Salon Verlag, 2015, (en)
96 pages with 75 colour images, hard cover
21,4 x 29,4 cm
ISBN 978-3-89770-460-2

As history, the past is present. The folds of our skin point to the mystery and the transience of all things corporeal. In the work of Alexandra Hopf, they illustrate the pliability of the material and the opportunity for contemporary art to take a stance on questions of representation. It seems as if in her work, art were searching for a means of thinking itself together with the world – with a world in which nature and society are perceived not in their ruptures, but in their points of contact and transition. (...)

Text by Marc Wrasse
Text by Anna-Lena Wenzel
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