Following the exhibitions at Bonner Kunstverein and Kunsthaus Glarus in 2012 and 2013, this is the first monograph dedicated to the Swiss artist Luca Frei (b. 1976). In his artistic practice – which spans installations, sculptures, drawings, paintings and exhibition design – Frei questions and revisits ideas and speculations about modernist forms. In particular, his interest is aimed at their potential to foster new perception and audience response. Rather than offering new interpretations and meanings, Frei's multifaceted works and their arrangement in space follow a line of open-ended, associative, even participatory possibilities. The book introduces Frei’s work in a similarly intertwined structure: six authors who have shared a long-term dialogue with the artist shed a personal light on Frei’s practice from different angles. The book’s somewhat extravagant title is borrowed from a novel by the American writer and poet Gertrude Stein. It relates to matters of time and change, of shifting perspectives that are central to Frei's work. Arrives courtesy of Spector Books (Leipzig).
96 pages, numerous colour illustrations, thread-sewn hardcover, Spector Books (Leipzig).