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Martin Feldbauer
Almighty Algorithm

Feldbauer Cover

The publication primarily shows a selection of the artist’s paintings inthe form of larger groups of works from recent years. With texts by Aristotelis Agridopoulos, Anna Feldhaus, Viera Pirker and Sebastian Wanke.

€24.00

  • Edited

    Nicole Giese für die Gemeinnützige Stiftung Kreissparkasse Syke und das Syker Vorwerk

  • Text

    Aristotelis Agridopoulos, Thomas Bayrle, Anna Feldhaus, Nicole Giese, Viera Pirker and Sebastian Wanke

  • Design

    Harald Pridgar

  • Language

    German/English

  • Details

    Paperback, 28 x 22,5 cm, 100 pages, ills. in color

  • ISBN

    978-3-903153-65-3

About the product

Diagrams are something of an obsession for Martin Feldbauer; in fact they’re a veritable passion for the artist. Individual truth and that based on data continually clash with each other in our day and age. Martin Feldbauer is intrigued by the world of science, which relentlessly produces the appearance of objectivity. The same applies to the vast quantities of invisible data, the digital mass. Algorithms and graphic patterns thematically define his images. The inaccuracies that are recognizable here are deliberate and are subtle comments on the manipulability of figures and digital communication. His work is subversive and represents the radical freedom of the aesthetic – and each individual in a digitized and entirely economized present.

Is there a way out of the attempt to reflect reality in nothing but naked figures? Basically Feldbauer’s art is an answer to this question, since it celebrates the at least apparently imperfect as a not only artistic, but also human quality.

The publication primarily shows a selection of the artist’s paintings in the form of larger groups of works from recent years. With texts by Aristotelis Agridopoulos, Anna Feldhaus, Viera Pirker and Sebastian Wanke.