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Tomorrow's Sculpture
by Katinka Bock

‘Tomorrow’s Sculpture’ results from three consecutive exhibitions which took place in 2018: ‘Sonar’ at Kunst Museum Winterthur, ‘Smog’ at MUDAM Luxembourg, and ‘Radio’ at IAC, Villeurbanne/Rhône-Alpes. Around 50 works circulated between the three institutions. In dialogue with the spaces, Katinka Bock displayed the works in different configurations and added site-specific interventions. The photographs by Johannes Schwartz, which were exclusively commissioned for this book, offer a multi-perspectival view on Bock’s sculptures and installations from the past fifteen years. With texts by Simone Menegoi, Christina Végh, François Piron, and Christophe Gallois.

Publisher:Roma Publications

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