Wolfram Hahn Draussen Dehors Outside
The Berlin-based artist Wolfram Hahn has been photographing discarded plastic bags for years as they transform into unique objects after their initial use. Changing colour, shape and size by their exposure to dirt, weather, dissipation and movement in public spaces, the bags turn into living, sculptural beings. This plasticity is what the philosopher Catherine Malabou describes as a deadly animation of being in the text accompanying his images. Designed by Krispin Heé in close collaboration with the artist and publisher Vera Ida Müller.
|124 p, ills colour & bw, 21 x 32 cm, pb, German/English|