Hans Schabus. Das Rendezvousproblem

Known above all for his spatial and video installations, Hans Schabus produces work that is closely related to spatial thought and experience. Schabus sees himself as an explorer and, in his work, ventures out on an expedition to unknown territory. Planned in close cooperation with the artist, an artist’s book which follows Schabus’s artistic strategy in image, text, and concept and records the process of development of the current works for the Kunsthaus Bregenz is being published in conjunction with the exhibition “Das Rendezvousproblem”. Texts by Winfried Nußbaummüller and Rudolf Sagmeister, the famous tale “Der Tunnel” (The Tunnel) by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, as well as Schabus’s unusual and precise sketches and drawings round off the exploration of the artist’s visual thinking. Color images of various installation views will document Schabus’s central themes.

Text: Schneider Eckhard, Baummuller Winfried Nu et al. cm 22×27; pp. 128; 147 COL e 24 BW ills.; hardcover. Publisher: Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln, 2005.

ISBN: 9783883759074| 3883759074
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Known above all for his spatial and video installations, Hans Schabus produces work that is closely related to spatial thought and experience. Schabus sees himself as an explorer and, in his work, ventures out on an expedition to unknown territory. Planned in close cooperation with the artist, an artist’s book which follows Schabus’s artistic strategy in image, text, and concept and records the process of development of the current works for the Kunsthaus Bregenz is being published in conjunction with the exhibition “Das Rendezvousproblem”. Texts by Winfried Nußbaummüller and Rudolf Sagmeister, the famous tale “Der Tunnel” (The Tunnel) by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, as well as Schabus’s unusual and precise sketches and drawings round off the exploration of the artist’s visual thinking. Color images of various installation views will document Schabus’s central themes.

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