For her exhibition at KUB in winter 2019 Raphaela Vogel showed spatially extensive installations that provided the stage for a wide range of referentially rich objects, videos, and songs. The artist is sound engineer, cinematographer, and editor of her videos, as her own leading actor she stages herself both unsparingly and aesthetically. These roles together with her sculpturally cinematic work encompassing the animal, archetypal, and technoid is examined in contributions by Thomas D. Trummer, Oriane Durand, Diedrich Diederichsen, as well as the visual artist Vera Palme. Generously sized photographs document settings at Kunsthaus Bregenz that are both apocalyptically and poetically charged.
Edited by Thomas D. Trummer, published by Kunsthaus Bregenz
Essays by Thomas D. Trummer, Diedrich Diederichsen, Oriane Durand, and Vera Palme
Graphic design: Studio Marie Lusa
German | English
Softcover, 24 x 30.5 cm, 224 pages
Date of publication: June 2020