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Carsten Höller

Wallpaper

Carsten Höller lives and works in Stockholm. His last solo exhibition was shown at the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum of Contemporary Art in Berlin, the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, and the Kunsthaus Bregenz in Austria. In collaboration with the Fondazione Prada, he redesigned the legendary London music venue, The Double Club. Carsten Höller has exhibited on several occasions at the documenta, the Biennale in Venice, and the Biennale in Sao Paulo. He curated the Japancongo exhibition, where works from the Jean Pigozzi Collection were shown at the Magasin – Centre National d´Art Contemporain in Grenoble.




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Wallpaper

Size per roll: 0,73 x 10 m

Material: Non-woven , 190 g/qm

In 1680 Johann Karl Friedrich Zöllner described, in a letter, his discovery of parallel crossed stripes, which seem to converge and diverge at the same time. As a wallpaper applied on a large scale the observer might experience a feeling of destabilization and contortion.

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