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'''The Space in Between''' is a zine created by [[Julia Bünnagel]] in 2010.
 
'''The Space in Between''' is a zine created by [[Julia Bünnagel]] in 2010.
  
It was published on the occasion of the exhibition with the same title at ''Speicher U 75'' in Düsseldorf, Germany.
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It was published on the occasion of the exhibition with the same title at ''Speicher U75'' in Düsseldorf, Germany.
 
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The publication is a homage to space in between and ''Friedrich Kiesler'' (1890-1965), who was an Austrian-American sculptor, theater designer, artist, theoretician and architect.
 
The publication is a homage to space in between and ''Friedrich Kiesler'' (1890-1965), who was an Austrian-American sculptor, theater designer, artist, theoretician and architect.
  
The publication assembles fotos of actual sculptures and installation work by Julia Bünnagel,  examples of various aspects of Kieslers work and accompanying texts by Monika Pessler (Kiesler Foundation Wien), Karsten Weber (architect from Düsseldorf) and Arne Reimann (curator).
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The zine assembles fotos of actual sculptures and installation work by [[Julia Bünnagel]],  examples of various aspects of Kieslers work and accompanying texts by Monika Pessler (Kiesler Foundation Wien), Karsten Weber (architect from Düsseldorf) and Arne Reimann (curator).
  
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Related publication: [[The Park is Mine]]
  
 
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Revision as of 16:42, 14 December 2012

The Space in Between
2010

The Space in Between is a zine created by Julia Bünnagel in 2010.

It was published on the occasion of the exhibition with the same title at Speicher U75 in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The publication is a homage to space in between and Friedrich Kiesler (1890-1965), who was an Austrian-American sculptor, theater designer, artist, theoretician and architect.

The zine assembles fotos of actual sculptures and installation work by Julia Bünnagel, examples of various aspects of Kieslers work and accompanying texts by Monika Pessler (Kiesler Foundation Wien), Karsten Weber (architect from Düsseldorf) and Arne Reimann (curator).

Related publication: The Park is Mine

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