It Is All in the Detail

A Publication With Students and Alumni of the Master Fine Arts at Zurich University of the Arts

Young experimental art from Switzerland: work by students and alumni of Zurich University of the Arts.

 

 

Title Information

Edited by Sabine Schaschl and Ulrich Görlich. With contributions by Gioia Dal Molin, Christ File-Wassilak, Quinn Latimer, Charlotte Matter, Daniel Morgenthaler, Aoife Rosenmeyer, and Sabine Schaschl

1st edition

, 2013

Text in English and German

Paperback

156 pages, 99 color and 16 b/w illustrations

18 x 23.5 cm

ISBN 978-3-85881-409-8

In cooperation with Kunsthaus Baselland

Content

This new book documents a project within Zurich University of the Arts’ masters course that is based on experimental and project orientated thinking as well as trans-disciplinary, individual and collaborative work. Work created in this project was also featured in a public exhibition at the Kunsthaus Baselland in summer 2013. It Is All in the Detail challenges the viewer-reader to take a close look and to become involved with art. It plays with perceptions and casts its gaze from the general to details, from the conception of the works to their realization. And it provokes reflections, with a focus on contemplating art itself and the insights gained in the process.

Features work by Lena Amuat, Nicole Biermaier, Tina Brägger, Delphine Chapuis Schmitz, Adam Cruces, Christoph Franz, Julia Geröcs, Bernhard Hegglin, Petra Köhle, Sandra Kühne, Milenko Lazic, Konstantinos Manolakis, Michael Meyer, Zoë Meyer, Susana Perrottet, Bálint Rádóczy, Anja Schori, Francisca Silva, Tobias Spichtig, Valentina Stieger, Thorsten Strohmeier, Lena Maria Thüring, Navid Tschopp, Nicolas Vermot Petit-Outhenin, and Ester Vonplon.

Authors & Editors

Christ File-Wassilak

Ulrich Görlich

 is an artist working with photography and head of the Master Fine Arts program at Zurich University of the arts ZHdK.

Quinn Latimer

Charlotte Matter

Daniel Morgenthaler

 is a curator at Helmhaus Zürich.

Aoife Rosenmeyer

Sabine Schaschl

 is art historian and director of Museum Haus Konstruktiv in Zürich since 2013. She has been director of Kunsthaus Baselland 2001–13.