Edited by Karen van den Berg and Irene Müller.
With essays (german / english) by Karen van den Berg, Barbara Köhler, Irene Müller, Sarah Schmidt and Ulf Wuggenig.
Design: Hans-Dirk Hotzel.
With a dvd containig the video work «Yoyo» (playing time 22 min. 07 sec.) 
bounded, half-linen, 17 × 24 cm
208 pages
October 2007
ISBN 978-3-907474-35-8
CHF 48.- / € 39.-

The work of Swiss artist Andrea Wolfensberger signals a highly idiosyncratic and forthright position in the current artistic discourse on the theme of nature. Her approach to energy-induced formations, natural processes, temporality and contingency gives rise to a highly personal view anchored between scientific abstraction and narrative poetry. The range of media used by the artist in her work is quite astonishing in its diversity and includes painting, sculpture, photography, film, video and installations. The monographic publication retraces the fundamental strategies and continued exploration of specific themes in the artist’s work, examining them within the context of current theoretical models.