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Charlotte Posenenske/Peter Roehr : Dasselbe anders, immer dasselbe /
[Texte, Burkhard Brunn, Paul Maenz ; √úbersetzungen, Jeremy Gaines] = Charlotte Posenenske/Peter Roehr : the same but different, always the same / [texts, Burkhard Brunn, Paul Maenz ; translations, Jeremy Gaines].
imprint
Berlin : DISTANZ Verlag ; Wiesbaden : Kulturamt Wiesbaden, c2012.
description
111 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm
ISBN
3942405857, 9783942405850
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imprint
Berlin : DISTANZ Verlag ; Wiesbaden : Kulturamt Wiesbaden, c2012.
isbn
3942405857
9783942405850
contents note
The same but different : always the same / Burkhard Brunn -- Charlotte Posenenske : works, biography, collections, exhibitions -- Peter Roehr : works, biography, collections, exhibitions -- Michael Reiter : Swinging geometry, biography, exhibitions -- Martina Wolf : video work: Revolving vane, biography, exhibitions.
general note
"In the program accompanying the exhibition THE SAME BUT DIFFERENT, ALWAYS THE SAME; Martina Wolf presents a video on Posenenske's Large Revolving Vane; Michael Reiter's work 'Swinging Geometry' is performed by two actors"--P. [4].
"This catalogue is published within the context of the art festival 'Fluxus 50, 1962-2012 in Wiesbaden' on the occasion of the exhibition 'The Same But Different/Always the Same-Charlotte Posenenske, Peter Roehr' in Kunsthaus , Kunsthalle Wiesbaden, 2012"--Colophon.
language note
Parallel texts in German and English.
catalogue key
9293653
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[the same thing another way / always the same thing]: that is the title of Charlotte Posenenske (1930-1985) and Peter Roehr's (1944-1968) joint exhibition at the Kunsthaus, Wiesbaden.Both artists, who contributed to documenta, did not achieve fame until after their early deaths. Against the zeitgeist of 1967, both recognized that repetition constituted the law of natural, industrial, and social processes, and found in it the guiding principle of their art.
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Against the zeitgeist of 1967, Charlotte Posenenske (1930-1985) and Peter roehr's (1944-1968) both recognized that repetition constituted the law of natural, industrial, and social processes, and found in it the guiding principle of their art. Rarely shown during their lifetime, their art is now included in the collections of leading museums in Germany and abroad.

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