Dance. Movement. Gesture. Image
Dance. Movement. Gesture. Image is a project that seeks to contribute to a lively discourse via a symposium and performances, an interdisciplinary art education program and co-operation projects, for example with the John Cranko School in Stuttgart. Eighty works by internationally renowned artists and dancers from the 20th & 21st century provide an insight into the extraordinary network of relationships between dance and fine art.
The following artists are represented: Alexander Archipenko, William Anastasi, Willi Baumeister, Gerlinde Beck, Samuel Beckett, Trisha Brown, Analívia Cordeiro, Tony Cragg, Merce Cunningham, Olafur Elíasson, Joachim Fleischer, William Forsythe, K.O. Götz, Stephan von Huene, Wassily Kandinsky, Norbert Kricke, Sigalit Landau, László Moholy-Nagy, Tom Marioni, Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Vaslav Nijinsky, Morgan O’Hara, Nam June Paik, Bruce Nauman, Arnulf Rainer, Rosalie, Ulrike Rosenbach, Robert Schad, Kazuo Shiraga, KRH Sonderborg, Walter Stöhrer, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Jean Tinguely, Hann Trier, Lisa Truttmann / Verena Dürr, Cy Twombly, and Sasha Waltz. (Source: Press release for the exhibition, Kunsthalle Göppingen)
The look and structure of the exhibition book support the process-based character of the exhibition: the flexicover with rounded spine and colored endpapers, the rounded corners and the pocket on the inside back cover are reminiscent of a notebook. It contains 16 pages left blank for your own notes, encouraging further enquiry and exploration. The design is deliberately light and spacious, with sections of text regularly interrupted by pages of quotes that encourage readers to pause and reflect. Dance and movement were also the inspiration for our selection of a fine, broken-style font, a digital transposition of handwriting. The expressive lines on the cover are silkscreened spot color.
224 pages, 127 illustrations (color and b/w), 18 x 22.5 cm (closed), ISBN 978-3-947317-08-0
Flexicover with rounded spine; thread-bound; colored endpapers; linen cover (Peyer, Linesse) single-color screen printed; rounded corners (cover and bookblock); trapezoidal insertion pocket made of attached material on inside back cover; body copy of 3 different paper sorts (matte illustration paper, coated art paper and gray paper (Mondi Oyster Gray)); 5-color body copy.
David Baker, Dr. Claudia Fleischle-Braun, Dr. Nele Lipp, Werner Meyer, Dr. Jesús Muñoz Morcillo, Ronja Primke, Gisela Sprenger-Schoch, Christine Wölfle