Friday, February 5, 2016

KAYA at Deborah Schamoni

KAYA at Deborah Schamoni
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Genzken the most influential living artist not because everything looks like it, but because it predicated a conglomerate speed absorbing any last vestiges of particular attention to individuated objects; for some time the exhibition had been replacing the singular object exhibited as the base unit of art. And whereas others used this to produce "series," product lines, Genzken extrapolated, used this as a means of acceleration in which speed and production was the means of communication, the attachmenting amassing product and centering production as the point. Genzken's resurgent rush fucking-the-bauhaus predicated interest on their speed. That the production of itself became the product.


see too: Isa Genzken at David Zwirner , Ann Craven at Confort Moderne Kerstin Brätsch at Gavin Brown