Presentation adapted from the publisher's website :
"Jaunt, Lotte Reimann's series about steel, glass, plastic, oil, and dirt – together embodied in the automobile – is based on a collection of nude (self-) portraits of an elderly amateur photographers couple found on a picture sharing site.
With this material as a starting point, she added images from other random sources on the Internet and then re-photographed all of them from her computer screen. Consequently, the photos are treated as raw material, an eroticised pixilation of muscle cars, burning rubber, high heels, off-roading, tremendous speed, and gas pedals, which weaves a narrative of recklessness, excitement, and arousal.
« Metal, steel, glass, leather, plastic, oil, and dirt – all agglomerated into one piece, which encloses me – blasting with tremendous speed through the landscape, is hugely exciting, arousing. »
-- Lotte Reimann "
Book referenced as APE#052 by the publisher Art Paper Editions.
48 pages - Softcover
Art Paper Editions, 2015 (500 copies)
New - Mint condition
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