Christine Ödlund: Aether & Einsten (inbunden)
Inbunden (Hardback)
Antal sidor
90 illustrations, 80 in colour
317 x 247 x 22 mm
1304 g
Christine Ödlund: Aether & Einsten (inbunden)

Christine Ödlund: Aether & Einsten

Aether & Einstein

Inbunden Engelska, 2016-12-01
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A monograph devoted to the original Swedish artist and composer. This book is published on the occasion of the extensive solo exhibition by Christine Ödlund (the first large institutional presentation of her work in Sweden). Since the first solo exhibition at the alternative art space Ynglingagatan 1 in Stockholm in 1995, Ödlund has continued to create unique encounters between art, science and music. Her artistic practice includes a wide range of media including drawing, painting, sculpture, animation, installations with living plants, electroacoustic music, and more. Ödlund's artworks draw inspiration from fields such as theosophy, synesthesia and biology. For example, she has researched how plants, specifically stinging nettles, interact and communicate with one another at the Royal Institute of Technology's Department of Organic Chemistry in Stockholm. During the course of this exhibition, Ödlund will expand her study of sensory reactions, to a greater variety of plant species. The exhibition will present new sculptures, works on paper, and video works alongside large-scale site-specific installations with live plants that visitors will be able to step into. These various elements combine to create an all-encompassing experience. In what could be seen as a laboratory that cross-references science and esoteric knowledge, Ödlund opens up a holistic world where detailed studies of natural phenomena can be seen from very different perspectives.
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