In Natural Forms artist Marta Pohlmann-Kryszkiewicz presents objects and fragments of waste. Processes of change as well as narrative shifts form the starting point of this publication, which consists primarily of thematic images representing a photographic appropriation of the material. This manifests as a choreography of structures and layers in basic colours (a sequence of blue, red, yellow, and green), paired with tangled architectures of twisted metal, plastic, and vegetation. A text by poet and philosopher Italo Testa creates a dialogue with the images. The artist conceived the book in collaboration with designers Ondine Pannet (Bureau David Voss) and Thomas Schoofs.
68 pages, 24 x 33 cm, softcover, Vexer Verlag (St. Gallen).