Karl Klingbiel : The Diving Science
Karl Klingbiel’s paintings are largely about edges and boundaries, and pose questions about where the painting as a depiction of imagery on a plane ends and the painting as an object begins. Echoing this, the book was designed to similarly give strength and mystery to edges and boundaries. Careful consideration was given to the placement of blocks of text on the page and to location of images within the text, in order to lend the formal nature of the book a poesis that derives from the work itself. Karl Klingbiel : The Diving Science, published in conjunction with the exhibitions “Karl Klingbiel: Ghosts, Plants & Poetry—Recent Paintings.” at Elizabeth Moore Fine Art, NYC, and “American Theocracy” at Galerie Florian Sundheimer, Munich. Essay by Dominique Nahas, in English and German. November 2007. 61 pages, 202 × 235 mm.
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