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  • KONST - Ibz Beier, Nina
Title Statement
  • Cash for gold : Nina Beier
Varying Form of Title
  • Nina Beier
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • 2016 Milan : Mousse Publishing ; Hamburg : Kunstverein in Hamburg, [2016]
  • 2016
  • Språk: Engelska.
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SAB Classification Code
Physical Description
  • 135 pages, [32] unnumbered pages color illustrations 24 cm
General Note
  • Published on the occasion of an exhibition held at the Kunstverein in Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, May 23-July 16, 2015.
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
  • Introduction / Alexander Scrimgeour -- Cash for gold / Bettina Steinbrugge -- Pictures in permafrost / Laura McLean-Ferris -- The fantasy of the fantasy / John Miller -- Pregnant with meaning / Karen Archey -- Negative capability / Chris Sharp -- The flatness of an interface / Post Brothers -- The un-dead currency / Ana Teixeira Pinto -- Poor taste / Dieter Roelstraete.
Summary, etc
  • "Cash for Gold is the most comprehensive monograph on the work of Nina Beier, copublished with the Kunstverein in Hamburg, in conjunction with Kunsthaus Glarus. Nina Beier's art presents a particular challenge to critics, Alexander Scrimgeour outlines in the introduction to this catalogue-- indeed, an anthology of eight different essays: a textual bounty that proved necessary. The conventional functions of the art writer: interpretation, judgement, critique, contextualisation, etc., stand in an uneasy relationship, not to say opposition, to the explorations of openness, assignations of value, and unspoken cultural codes in her work. The development of this catalogue, and the fact that it does not coalesce into a single, authoritative voice, can perhaps best be seen as a reflection of the work itself, and what makes or lets it carry meaning for different people in different ways. For all the specificity of its materials and forms, it draws its energy from the emotional valence of culturally embedded desires, pressures, norms and glitches within what Rosalind Krauss called, after Fredric Jameson, "the total saturation of cultural space by the image." The sprawl and partiality of this catalogue is itself a mirror of a crisis of representation that is itself the ground occupied by the images, confused objects, and art-historical references in Beier's work to date."--Publisher's website.
Language Note
  • Text in English and German.
Subject - Personal Name
Subject - Chronological Term
  • 2000-2099
Subject - Topical Term
Subject - Geographic Name
Added Entry - Corporate Name
Electronic Location and Access
  • TOC http://www.columbia.edu/cgi-bin/cul/resolve?clio12471574
  • http://ilibri.casalini.it/toc/3318955 Table of contents
ISBN
  • 9788867492589
  • 8867492586
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Cash for Gold is the most comprehensive monograph on the work of Danish-born, New York-based installation artist Nina Beier (born 1975), whose bizarre hybrid amalgamations of found and sculptural objects produce, as she says, "a complete flattening of pictorial and sociopolitical hierarchies.

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