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Philip Topolovac. Niemandsland / Sabine Hornig. Nomadicity

Edited by Mark Gisbourne

128 pp. italian & english

Postmedia, Milan, 2016

formato 165x120mm

isbn 9788874901630

euro 9,90

Philip Topolovac and Sabine Hornig are the first artists invited to Orani for Springs, a residency program for artists, critics, curators, architects and scholars, promoted by the Nivola Foundation and curated for 2015 by Mark Gisbourne. Sabine Hornig and Philip Topolovac, despite different life stories and aesthetic attitudes, share a similar interest with issues that are also present in Costanino Nivola’s work – the relationship between architecture and sculpture and the continuity of design and environmental dimension. They both established a fruitful collaboration with the artisans of Orani and were able to positively connect with the local community, enriching it through their presence.

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