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Beatrice Simonsen
Kunst und Literatur. Der Literatur Raum im Bildhauerhaus St. Margarethen im Burgenland

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The inspiration from the living interconnection of the arts is the focus of this publication. Texts and pictures tell of events that were in the discursive context of the former "Symposia of European Sculptors". Writers were invited to St. Margarethen in Burgenland for the interplay of creative energies between art and literature in the Literatur Raum im Bildhauerhaus.

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  • EDITOR

    Beatrice Simonsen

  • TEXTS

    Luna Al-Mousli, Klaus-Jürgen Bauer, Clemens Berger, Balázs Both, Patricia Brooks, Hildegard Burgstaller, Ann Cotten, Natalie Deewan, Fausto Delegà, Franz Dodel, Makoto Fujiwara, Petra Ganglbauer, Mila Haugová, Bodo Hell, Brigitta Höpler, Zuzana Husárová, Hubert Hutfless, Karin Ivancsics, Gerhard Jaschke, Günther Kaip, kollektiv roman, Martin Kubaczek, Barbi Markovic, Wolfgang Millendorfer, Frieda Paris, Gabriele Petricek, Dine Petrik, Uta Peyrer-Prantl, Martin Pollack, Zsuzsa Rakovszky, Peter Rosei, Gerhard Rühm, Ferdinand Schmatz, Ana Schoretits, Vera Sebert, Karin Seidner, Beatrice Simonsen, Benedikt Steiner, Rudolf Stueger, Susanne Toth, Lilla Turbuly, Simone Wille

  • CONVERSATIONS

    Friedrich Achleitner, Anna Kubach-Wilmsen, Anna Maria Kupper, Franz Xaver Ölzant, Sebastian Prantl

  • DESIGN

    GREAT Design, Vienna

  • Language

    German

  • DETAILS

    Paperback, 24 x 17 cm, ca. 224 pages, numerous ills. in color and b/w

  • ISBN

    978-3-903320-21-5

About the product

The inspiration from the living interconnection of the arts is the focus of this publication. Texts and pictures tell of events that were in the discursive context of the former "Symposia of European Sculptors". Writers were invited to St. Margarethen in Burgenland for the interplay of creative energies between art and literature in the Literatur Raum im Bildhauerhaus. Each event featured a specific topic to which the texts and/or performances, often written specifically for this purpose, refer. In this way, memories of the avant-garde of international sculpture symposia were anchored in the stream of history, contextualized and related to narratives of the last fifty years. The sculpture house became what it was originally: an anti-museum space of artistic encounter.