Christina Kramer – Points, Lines, Planes
Lightness and heaviness, chaos and order, clarity and ambivalence:
these are the characteristics of Christina Kramer's art.
Her spectacular, volumetric yet tenderly poetic foil installations, as well as her precisely composed yet purposely interrupted works of printmaking force the viewer into changing perspectives and cause moments of suspense and uncertainty.
In Christina Kramer’s art, points, lines and planes find connection and morph into multi-layered systems that reveal new opportunities again and again.
Beautifully designed and truly intertwined with her artistic work, “Christina Kramer – Points, Lines and Planes” is merely a catalogue or monograph, it’s almost an artist’s book. Completed with well-versed texts, it provides an overview of Kramer’s impressive work.
|Publisher||Verlag Bernd Detsch|
|Cover||Paperback with flaps
|Contributors||Konstantin Butz, Cornelia Kratz, Stefan Niklas, Britta Tewordt|