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andrea zittel at schaulager, basel
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jun 17, 2008
andrea zittel at schaulager, basel



‘homestead unit with RAUGH furniture’, 2001-05 – image © designboom

andrea zittel and monika sosnowska
at: schaulager, basel

from: april 26 to september 21, 2008

‘the exhibition is dedicated to the work of the american artist andrea zittel (b. 1965) and the polish artist
monika sosnowska (b. 1972). both artists respond to their different surroundings in terms of architecture,
living space, daily routine, and traditions – whether in new york and los angeles for zittel or in 21st-century
warsaw for sosnowska. the spaces, sculptures, objects, and drawings assemble onto the stage provided
by schaulager and form a polymorphic whole, with unexpected tableaux into which the spellbound viewers
find themselves drawn’.

the first part of our coverage from the exhibition features works by andrea zittel:


‘A-Z escape vehicle’ 1996 – image © designboom


details of ‘A-Z escape vehicle’ 1996 – image © designboom


‘A-Z escape vehicle’ 1996 – image © designboom


‘A-Z escape vehicle’ 1996 – image © designboom


‘ A-Z escape vehicle vitra’ 1996 – image © designboom


‘A-Z deserted islands’, 1997 – image © designboom


‘homestead unit with RAUGH furniture’, 2001-05 – image © designboom


‘homestead unit with RAUGH furniture’, 2001-05 – image © designboom


‘homestead unit with RAUGH furniture’, 2001-05 – image © designboom


‘homestead unit with RAUGH furniture’, 2001-05 – image © designboom


‘management and maintenance unit’, 1992 – image © designboom


‘management and maintenance unit’, 1992


‘A-Z cellular compartment units’, 2003 – image © designboom


‘A-Z cellular compartment units’, 2003 – image © designboom


‘A-Z fiber-form uniforms’, 2003 – image © designboom


‘time trials’, 2000 – image © designboom


‘prototype for billboard’, 2007


‘first flaw in new RAUGH’, 2005

andrea zittel’s website: http://www.zittel.org
schaulager website: http://www.schaulager.org

see our post on monika sosnowska at the schaulager, basel

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