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[BOOKS] ✯ Thomas Hirschhorn Deleuze Monument Afterall BooksOne Work ✴ Anna Dezeuze – Amalsfk.co An illustrated examination of one of Hirschhorn's “precarious” monuments now dismantledPart text part sculpture part architecture part junk heap Thomas Hirschhorn's often monumental but precarious wAn illustrated examination of one of Hirschhorn's “precarious” monuments now dismantledPart text part sculpture part architecture part junk heap Thomas Hirschhorn's often monumental but precarious works offer a commentary on the spectacle of late capitalist consumerism and the global proliferation of commodities Made from ephemeral materials—cardboard foil plastic bags and packing tape—that the artist describes as “universal economic inclusive and without any plus value” these works also engage issues of justice power and moral responsibility Hirschhorn born in Switzerland in 1957 often chooses to place his work in non art settings saying that he wants it to “fight for its own existence” In this book Anna Dezeuze offers a generously illustrated examination of Hirschhorn's Deleuze Monument 2000 the second in his series of four MonumentsDeleuze Monument—a sculpture an altar and a library dedicated to Gilles Deleuze—was conceived as a work open to visitors twenty four hours a day seven days a week Part of the exhibition “La Beauté” in Avignon Deleuze Monument was controversial from the start and it was dismantled two months before the end of the exhibition after being vandalized Dezeuze describes the chronology of the project including negotiations with local residents; the dynamic between affirmation and vulnerability in Hirschhorn's work; failure and ”scatter art” in the 1990s; participatory practices; and problems of presence maintenance and appearance raised by Hirschhorn's acknowledgement of “error” in his discontinuous presence on site following the installation of Deleuze Monument.

An illustrated examination of one of Hirschhorn's “precarious” monuments now dismantledPart text part sculpture part architecture part junk heap Thomas Hirschhorn's often monumental but precarious works offer a commentary on the spectacle of late capitalist consumerism and the global proliferation of commodities Made from ephemeral materials—cardboard foil plastic bags and packing tape—that the artist describes as “universal economic inclusive and without any plus value” these works also engage issues of justice power and moral responsibility Hirschhorn born in Switzerland in 1957 often chooses to place his work in non art settings saying that he wants it to “fight for its own existence” In this book Anna Dezeuze offers a generously illustrated examination of Hirschhorn's Deleuze Monument 2000 the second in his series of four MonumentsDeleuze Monument—a sculpture an altar and a library dedicated to Gilles Deleuze—was conceived as a work open to visitors twenty four hours a day seven days a week Part of the exhibition “La Beauté” in Avignon Deleuze Monument was controversial from the start and it was dismantled two months before the end of the exhibition after being vandalized Dezeuze describes the chronology of the project including negotiations with local residents; the dynamic between affirmation and vulnerability in Hirschhorn's work; failure and ”scatter art” in the 1990s; participatory practices; and problems of presence maintenance and appearance raised by Hirschhorn's acknowledgement of “error” in his discontinuous presence on site following the installation of Deleuze Monument.

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