Unexpected conjunctions of diverse everyday materials and motifs are the characteristic feature of the Zurich-based artist David Renggli's heterogeneous repertoire, which encompasses sculptural objects, sound and light installations, photographs, and reverse glass paintings. The book is based on his solo exhibition "Scaramouche" at Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen in 2014 and surveys Renggli's oeuvre from his earliest to his most recent works. With essays by Giovanni Carmine, Milovan Farronato, and Boris Pofalla and a conversation between Hilde Teerlinck and David Renggli. Published by DISTANZ (Berlin).
168 pages, 21 x 27 cm, hardback, DISTANZ (Berlin).