Yerevan 1996/1997

Schulz-Dornburg, Ursula

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Throughout her pro­li­fic care­er, Ursu­la Schulz-Dorn­burg has led the way in docu­men­ting man-made envi­ron­ments on the cusp of chan­ge and tran­si­ti­on. The sites she visi­ted were often remo­te and dif­fi­cult to access. In 1996 and 1997 she tra­v­eled to Arme­nia and with a small por­ta­ble came­ra made visu­al notes of rem­nants of Soviet archi­tec­tu­re during her walks through the capi­tal city of Yer­e­van. She deve­lo­ped the films on her return to Ger­ma­ny and in 2001 she edi­ted and com­pi­led the prints into a tra­di­tio­nal note­book used in Arme­ni­an schools which she had bought back from one of her trips. This hand-made sketch­book was then dedi­ca­ted to her daugh­ter, Julia, who was stu­dy­ing archi­tec­tu­re at the time.

This publi­ca­ti­on is a facsi­mi­le of the ori­gi­nal sketch­book, an artist’s book work embed­ded with the histo­ry of the cul­tu­ral arte­fac­ts long-sin­ce dis­as­sem­bled and the actions of the artist in wal­king through time and space, docu­men­ting and com­pi­ling the mate­ri­al.

Autor

Einbandart

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Maßeinheit

EAN

9781912339495

ISBN

978-1-912339-49-5

Beschreibung

Englisch

Seitenanzahl

72

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