Böhm #35/36: small installations and site-specific works

By 08/04/2013 March 8th, 2014 Fanzines

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Böhm #35/36: small installations and site-specific works
Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber

16 pages
29.5 x 20.5 cm
Staplebound, Inkjet print
Limited Edition: 105

With issue #35/36 of the Düsseldorf-based photography magazine Böhm, Oliver Sieber and Katja Stuke turn their attention toward spontaneous sculptural pieces, aesthetic interventions, and site-specific works made by anonymous people, who were most likely unaware of the art they were creating when they propped up a heavy electrical plug with a shoe, manipulated a piece of cream-colored foam to fit into a cardboard box, or hung a vinyl orange umbrella on top of a blue clothes hanger. Fortunately, Sieber and Stuke captured such moments and collected them, along with many others, in this issue, subtitled “Small Installations and Site-Specific Works.”

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