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Reflections into a Thousand Pieces

Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)
Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)
Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)
Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)
Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)
Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)
Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)
Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)
Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)
Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)
Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)
Anne Quirynen: Reflections into a Thousand Pieces (Design: Hagen Verleger)

Catalogue for media artist Anne Quirynen, edited by herself and Lena von Geyso. With texts (German/English) by Christine Hanke, Bettina Knaup, Anne Quirynen, and Stefanie Schulte-Strathaus.

Since the early 1990s, the focus of Quirynen’s work lies on interdisciplinary practices in the field of the moving image and body, art and science, as well as dance, music, and video. By digital sound and image manipulation her projects focus on the human body in relation to its movements and its dispositifs. Quirynen’s works are inspired by collaborations with major contemporary choreographers such as William Forsythe, Enno Poppe, and Marcel Beyer. They define collective and interdisciplinary work as an essential aspect of the artist's practice.

“Stiftung Buchkunst” featured this book on their longlist for “Die schönsten deutschen Bücher 2015,” an award honouring the best book design from Germany.

21 × 28 cm, 160 pages (4C), edition of 500, published by Revolver Publishing.