79 illustrations, 74 in colour, thread stitching, cloth binding with banderole around the front cover, 5 fold-out picture panels, inserted booklet with the translations of the texts
The publication “Always Late Where I'm Living” by Daniel Robert Hunziker contains a representative selection of works from the last 15 years and is the first comprehensive monographic publication on the work of the Zurich-based artist.
In addition to the installative-sculptural pieces that make up his main body of the oeuvre, more recent works on paper and walls will also be shown and discussed. Originally the artist studied architecture and his pronounced interest in architectural issues also dominates his artistic work. Daniel Robert Hunziker likes to look, he says. He looks at how something is constructed, how one material meets another, how a connection is made, how a detail is fixed. He walks through the streets, looks at little-noticed buildings, a garage entrance, a band of windows, a sheet metal covering and is interested in the formal structure of this immediate environment.
The publication, designed by Jean and Käti Robert-Durrer, takes up important elements from Hunziker’s oeuvre and, with its generous double pages and five fold-out picture panels, impressively conveys the room-filling installations and sculptures. Three texts provide an introduction to the work and allow an in-depth study of this rich and current oeuvre.
Always Late Where I’m Living
edited by Fanni Fetzer, Kunsthaus Langenthal
|Release Place||Zurich, Switzerland|
|Dimensions||17.0 × 24.0 cm|
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