New Observations : Solar Art
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  • 27.3 x 21.1 cm.
  • 39 pp.
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  • unsigned and numbered

New Observations : Solar Art

No. 111 (March - June 1996)

Holger Drees, Michael Glasmeier, Christina Kubisch, Helga de la Motte-Haber, Kazumasa Mitsui, Maike van Stiphout, Ulrich Westerfrölke, Shigenobu Yoshida, Francesco Mariotti, Klaus Geldmacher, David Cranswick, Cameron Robbins, Beth Fields, Avital Geva, Richard Thomas, Sabine Russ, Charles Ross, Hitoshi Nomura, Catherine Clover, Andrew Holloway, Charles Citron

New Observations : Solar Art


Issue number 111 of New Observations: "The Magazine that Lets the Artists Speak for Themselves." Guest edited by Holger Drees. Essays "Introduction," by Holger Drees; "Seeing Silence with One's Ears," by Michael Glasmeier; "Sound in the Environment," by Christina Kubisch; "Fictional Nature: Christina Kubisch," by Helga de la Motte-Haber; "Dobei Radio," by Kazumasa Mitsui; "Shlomo Koren," by Maike van Stiphout; "The Sunseeker," by Ulrich Westerfrölke; "Bio-Morph I & II," by Shigenobu Yoshida; "Lucciola," by Francesco Mariotti & Klaus Geldmacher; "Autonomous Solar Sculptures," by Francesco Mariotti; "Arts and Technology," by David Cranswick; "Solar Powered Drawing Machine," by Cameron Robbins; "The Offshore Solar Hydrogen Farm," by Holger Drees; "Putting the Land Back to Trees," by Beth Fields; "The Ecological Greenhouse," by Avital Geva; "Solar Gardening: Light and Life," by Richard Thomas; "Autumnal Equinox," by Sabine Russ; "Solar Spectrum: The Harvard Business School Chapel," by Charles Ross; "Nature Shows its True Appearance with the Passage of Time," by Hitoshi Nomura; "Parallel Worlds," by Catherine Clover; "Thomas Schönauer," by Holger Drees; "James Darling," by Andrew Holloway; "Tent for Mr. Laaste, The Eel Fisherman," by Charles Citron; "Videos - Tomorrow & L'eau du Soleil," by Holger Drees. Cover: Francesco Mariotti.


"Artists' Magazines : An Alternative Space for Art" by Gwen Allen. Cambridge / London, MA / United Kingdom : The MIT Press, 2011, pp. 278.
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