Antje Peters' vibrantly colourful, perpetually interrupted still-life compositions address our relationship to commodities and the marketplace via the image. In Illusion, the German artist works with the themes of deception and errors of perception and her works – created in a studio situation – sit somewhere between fleeting sculptures and the photographic form. In the process, she creates junctures between the objects themselves and their rendering as aesthetically desirable images. The outcome of Peters' might be read as a modern reinterpretation of surrealism, riddled with symbolism and visual puns. Published by Lodret Vandret (Copenhagen). Edition of 150.
48 pages, 23 x 30 cm, softcover, Lodret Vandret (Copenhagen).