In World-Making, Julian Rosefeldt's first major solo exhibition in Asia, the German artist presents 6 major film installations and 19 photo works created over the decade from 2001 through 2011. In addition to still photographs from the film installations, the photographic component of the exhibition is augmented by behind-the-scenes images intended to elaborate on the overall exhibition concept, sharing images from projects such as The Ship of Fools, The Soundmaker, and The Perfectionist.
Rosefeldt’s images convey a meticulous feeling of realism, rendered with a skilled hand at cinematic scene modulation to give precisely arranged visual spaces a cool sense of alienation. However, these constructed realistic settings paradoxically convey to us an illusory, nebulous existential feeling in various aspects of the images. The artist does not shy from letting us see the structures of the settings, and how he creates wildly divergent worlds, and how to make the viewers feel the presence of absurd elements through ritualistic repetitive actions by the characters.
Source: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Author: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Publisher: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Cover: Hardcover｜Full Color
Size：23.5 x 28.5 x 3.92 cm
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