December 10, 2004 - Iaspis - Annika von Hausswolff in Dialogue with Sara Arrhenius, RE: The Rainbow
December 10, 2004

Annika von Hausswolff in Dialogue with Sara Arrhenius, RE: The Rainbow

Annika von Hausswolff in Dialogue with Sara Arrhenius, RE: The Rainbow

IASPIS – International Artists’ Studio Program in Sweden
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   IASPIS’ NEW PUBLICATIONS:

Annika von Hausswolff in Dialogue with Sara Arrhenius

RE: The Rainbow
ed. Aris Fioretos; contributors: David Batchelor, Tacita Dean, Spencer Finch, Aris Fioretos, Mikhail Iampolski, Fay Zika

Annika von Hausswolff in Dialogue with Sara Arrhenius.
In Dialogue is a new series of interview books presenting Swedish artists in dialogue with a writer, initiated by IASPIS in 2004. The ambition is that each book through a conversational form will deepen the knowledge on an individual artistry of importance for the contemporary art scene. Annika von Hausswolff in Dialogue with Sara Arrhenius is the first book in the series.

Annika von Hausswolff lives and works in Berlin and Stockholm. Since the early 90′s she has participated in exhibitions in Sweden and abroad such as The Nordic Pavillion, Venice Biennale 1999.

Sara Arrhenius is a writer and curator. Since 2001 she’s the Director of IASPIS.

Text: Sara Arrhenius, design: Mattias Givell, hard cover, 80 pages, all color
Publisher Propexus, ISBN 3-86588-048-7 (International), ISBN 91-87952-31-9 (Swedish)

RE: The Rainbow
Few phenomena raise such irritating questions concerning aesthetic experience and cultural perception as color. Whether understood historically or symbolically, ideologically or physiologically, color is one of the rare categories to be properly trans-disciplinary in character. There is color in both a painting and a symphony, a piece of text and a film. But how may color in the visual arts be related to, indeed translated into, color in the fields of – let’s say – literature or music? By which means do contemporary artistic practices investigate, but also destabilize, habits and frameworks that govern the perception and presentation of color in a given time or place? Which are the cultural ramifications of the specific medium in which color appear? And what, pray, is chromophobia?

Editor: Aris Fioretos, contributors: David Batchelor, Tacita Dean, Spencer Finch, Aris Fioretos, Mikhail Iampolski, Fay Zika: graphic design: Mattias Givell, soft cover, 96 pages
Publisher Propexus, ISBN 3-86588-049-5 (International), ISBN 91-87952-31-7 (Swedish)

Artist features in upcoming publications in the series In dialogue: Henrik Hakansson and Annika Eriksson. The books are internationally distributed by Revolver and can be ordered on-line at www.revolverlag.de

IASPIS produces, in collaboration with among others the publishing house Propexus, a series of books on Swedish and international contemporary art. The publications includes a series of monographs on Swedish artists; anthologies on current issues within contemporary art relating to IASPIS’s work as well as catalogues for IASPIS’s own exhibitions. The books are published in English and are distributed internationally.

IASPIS (International Artists’ Studio Program in Sweden) is an exchange program for international contemporary art based around a studio program for Swedish and international artists in Stockholm. It is also an institution that supports Swedish artists’ exhibitions abroad and studios for Swedish artists in five cities around the world. The main purpose of IASPIS is to facilitate creative dialogue between the Swedish and international art world. IASPIS runs a program of lectures, exhibitions and seminars focusing on current issues in international contemporary art and culture at the Art Academy in Stockholm.
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