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As the insertion of spaces into a new venue Dead House u r or the grinding to dust of Joseph Goebbels’s birthplace The Spirit of the Nazi Era It offers the firstever structured overview of Schneider’s oeuvre in its entiretyGregor Schneider b Rheydt Germany ; lives in Rheydt is an influential and controversial artist whose work critics like to misunderstand Disavowing the art object he thinks by constructing spaces In the mids he sought to pinpoint the idle state of action He altered spaces by inserting duplicates demolishing an economic way of thinking Over the past fifteen years he has gradually moved toward the field of politics and the public sphere Schneider’s works cross Germany’srecent history with the nonplaces of personal existence; he stages encounters between cultural moments that are alien to one another―for example he wanted to build a black cube in the dimensions of the Kaaba outside St Mark’s Basilica in Venice the plan was nixed by the censors The catalogue aims to present his art as a cohesive whole spanning three decades More than three hundred illustrations shed light on its stations; extensive annotations by Gregor Schneider himself and the editor and curator Ulrich Loock mark interconnections as well as contradictions within the oeuvre The book touches on works Schneider created when he was thirteen fourteen fifteen years old Adolescent Discontent s as well as the insertion of spaces into a new venue Dead House u r or the grinding to dust of Joseph Goebbels’s birthpl

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