|Gregor H. Lersch, Léontine Meijer-van Mensch (Eds.)Mischa Kuball: res.o.nant|
Contributions by Christoph Asendorf, Juan Atkins, Horst Bredekamp, Diedrich Diederichsen, Kathrin Dreckmann, Shelley Harten, Norman Kleeblatt, Alexander Kluge, Daniel Libeskind, Gregor H. Lersch, Léontine Meijer-van Mensch, W. J. T. Mitchell, Hans Ulrich Reck, Richard Sennett, Peter Weibel, Lawrence Weiner, John C. Welchman, Alena J. Williams
From November 2017 to September 2019, res·o·nant, a conceptual light and sound installation by Mischa Kuball, pulsed throughout the architecture of the Libeskind building in the Jewish Museum Berlin.
This book comprises five thematic sections—Space of Experience, Void, Sound Space, Light, and Urban Space—in which twenty-two thinkers, artists, and writers examine and interpret Kuball’s work.
In Kuball’s installation and the performance program that ran alongside it, in the spaces of architecture, the membrane, and the skin, resonance becomes the antithesis to alienation in the world.
Copublished with the Jüdisches Museum Berlin
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