Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen (ed.)



96 pages
21 x 27 cm, 66 ills. Brochure with flaps
English / German

 28,00 incl. VAT

ISBN 978-3-89790-559-7 Category:


Based on the omnipresent term ʻIndustry 4.0ʼ, the publication #material4.0 reflects the interplay between the virtual world and the physical-real space. As part of the recent exhibition at Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, thirteen international artists, mostly ʻdigital nativesʼ, examine how computerdependent automation and digitalization are reflected in an art context. How does art output change from production to the aesthetic? How is this kind of media used in posing artistic questions? The positions of digital art pioneers fill us in. The publication documents the exhibition with numerous illustrations of works and a collection of complementary texts.

Madeleine Frey (b. 1984) studied art history and economics at the Universities of Freiburg (DE), Lugano (CH), Basel (CH) and Cambridge (UK). She has curated exhibitions with, among others, Benjamin Appel, Ana Navas, Jacob Dahlgren and Capucine Vandebrouck, and has frequently opened up art to the public with such exhibitions as Light on (2015), Aktion&Malerei (2017) and Martin Pfeifle’s terr! (2018) at the Sindelfingen lido (DE).

Artists: Christian von Borries, Kate Cooper, JAK, Kanta Kimura, Mathilde Lavenne, Jung Lee, Florian Model, Manfred Mohr, Marco Schmitt, Lidia Sigle, Adam Słowik, Ivar Veermäe, Ryszard Winiarski

Exhibition: Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen (DE), 6.10.2018–3.3.2019


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