Pamela Rosenkranz addresses the phenomenon of perception. In her works, in which she uses materials as diverse as light, plastics containing endocrine disruptors, dyes, polymers, and even smells, she explores the interactions between sensory impressions and perception. Neuroscientific findings inform her work, together with art historical references, as well as objects from quotidian culture. Shumon Basar, Thomas D. Trummer, and further authors examine the artist’s distinctive working methods from differing perspectives and expound on the concept of the installations on display at Kunsthaus Bregenz.
The publication, which has been conceived as an artist’s book and catalogue, has been developed in close collaboration with Pamela Rosenkranz.
Edited by Thomas D. Trummer, Kunsthaus Bregenz
Essays by Shumon Basar, Simon Baier, Quinn Latimer, Thomas D. Trummer, Philip Ursprung, and Pamela Rosenkranz
Graphic design: Teo Schifferli
German / English, 26.5 x 30 cm, 288 pages