Max Schulze - The Desire To Disappear
|Author||Wiebke Siever Ed.|
In ‘The Desire To Disappear’, Düsseldorf artist Max Schulze’s work approaches a yearning for invisibility, to go underground, to become impossible to find. He falls back on camouflage, using patterns from different eras and regions that somehow might limit the ever-growing archive of personal information that remains “out there somewhere”, in the form of posts, selfies, and GPS locations. His colourful impressions of camouflage are part of a site-specific solo exhibition in the Museum Ratingen, which also highlights three more recent series in which he asks where and in what way painting is created today.
|424 p, ills colour & bw, 17 x 24 cm, pb, German/English|
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