Claudia Fährenkemper - Kontextforschung / Context Research 1980-2022

Claudia Fährenkemper - Kontextforschung / Context Research 1980-2022
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Claudia Fahrenkemper (b. Castrop-Rauxel, 1959; lives in Steinheim/Westfalen) photographs enormous as well as minuscule objects using scanning electron microscopes to produce images that are as fascinating as they are disconcerting. The play with extreme scales yields fantastic visual worlds: American desert and canyon landscapes, the giant industrial machinery of open-pit mines in Germany, insects, plant seeds, crystals, and plankton, plus historic armaments from Europe and Japan. The lavishly designed book is the first to gather works from her entire oeuvre, which now spans four decades. Surveying the most important of Fahrenkemper's conceptual series, it reveals unexpected interconnections between disparate motifs on vastly different scales from nature, technology, science, and cultural history.

ISBN 9783969120842
Pages 256 pp, 23 x 31cm
Authors Patrick Mangelsdorff, Martyna Lesniewska, Ulrika Evers, Ludger Derenthal
Format Softcover
Publisher Dr. Cantz'sche Verlagsges
Related Artist Claudia Fährenkemper
Category Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team)
Keywords photography, Landscape photography, Micro-organisms, Biology
Languages German, English

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