The Bungalow

@ Kruithof, Anouk



Publisher's presentation:

"Immersed in collector Brad Feuerhelm’s vernacular photo collection, artist Anouk Kruithof moved into a bungalow where she developed a niche relationship with the photos and transformed the image archive. She visualizes scenarios in which images, through the imaginary space of our conception, and parallel to digitization, leap across the tooth of time. The personal image relations, all but magically approached and released, offer new perspectives, to relate us, one-to-one with the image, to the present post-digital image economy in which our image memory moves. Furthermore, the technical angles give insight into the way we can process our image memory.

The five differently-processed image stories make this book a layered ‘Gesamt-sculpture’ that has a lot to say about the actual status of our image memory. The Bungalow is an ‘image wonderland’ in which a closed meeting represents the ‘bite’ of the leap."

The book is divided into chapters :
 - 1a Screen-reality
 - 2 Eye candy
 - 3 Bunkerocks
 - 4 Ghostbondage
 - 5 Command Shift 3; New Photography
 - 1b Screen-reality

272 pages - Hordcover

Onomotopee, 2014

New - Mind condition

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Kruithof, Anouk

Anouk Kruithof (born 1981 in Dordrecht, the Netherlands) is a Dutch artist whose exhibitions and books merge social, conceptual, photographic, performance and video. She is best known for her artist's books Happy Birthday to You which was praised by Martin Parr and A Head with Wings that was praised by critic Jörg Colberg. Photo: ©self-portrait
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