Dieter Roth: Processing The World
Dedicated to the complex, proliferative and innovative work of an important figure in the art of the second half of the 20th century, this comprehensive monograph highlights Dieter Roth's creative processes and the way he pushes them to the limit.
Especially known for a distinctly unorthodox material approach, with works made from found materials including rotting food, grease stains, mold and insect punctures. Roth's fascination with his pictorial aspects, textures and innate ability to make time visible brought an element of chance to his work.
This monograph is dedicated to his complex, proliferative and innovative work, in which he tests the limits of the creative process.
- 17 x 23 cm
- Marion Daniel
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