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Paul Thek in process : commentaries on/of an exhibition

af Susanne Neubauer, Harald Szeemann, Paul Thek (Artist)

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"In 1971, Harald Szeeman invited the American sculptor and installation pioneer Paul Thek (1933-1988) to contribute to documenta 5. Szeemann had titled one section of the exhibition 'Individual mythologies,' describing a new kind of art structured around mythologies invented by artists, rather than by a culture. Thek's contribtion came to be seen as a paradigm of this trope. -- Paul Thek in process evolved out of the discovery of an unrealized publication project initiated while installing his first space-filling environment, Pyramid/A work in progress at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, in the winter of 1971, which was to have been released for documenta 5. For this endeavor, an extraordinary number of images were taken-about 800-capturing the progress of the installation, the opening, and the final state of this pivotal work of 1970s installation art"--P. [4] of cover.… (mere)
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Paul Thek in Process gathers all of the research material that was made public in various formats during the 2012–2013 traveling European exhibition series Paul Thek in Process. The exhibition was born out of the desire to memorialize the installation work that Thek created in Europe and to approach it within a larger historical context. As exhibition, documentation and a restaging, the project not only traced the tracks of a lost artistic practice of the 1970s, but also examined the importance of ephemeral material in exhibition contexts, the boundaries of the artwork, the exhibition and institution history, the reception and today’s practice of restaging. The publication includes a list of works, a biography and a history of objects, an image documentation of the exhibitions and a self-critical curatorial review of the project.
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Susanne Neubauerprimær forfatteralle udgaverberegnet
Szeemann, Haraldhovedforfatteralle udgaverbekræftet
Thek, PaulArtisthovedforfatteralle udgaverbekræftet
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"In 1971, Harald Szeeman invited the American sculptor and installation pioneer Paul Thek (1933-1988) to contribute to documenta 5. Szeemann had titled one section of the exhibition 'Individual mythologies,' describing a new kind of art structured around mythologies invented by artists, rather than by a culture. Thek's contribtion came to be seen as a paradigm of this trope. -- Paul Thek in process evolved out of the discovery of an unrealized publication project initiated while installing his first space-filling environment, Pyramid/A work in progress at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, in the winter of 1971, which was to have been released for documenta 5. For this endeavor, an extraordinary number of images were taken-about 800-capturing the progress of the installation, the opening, and the final state of this pivotal work of 1970s installation art"--P. [4] of cover.

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