JRP | Ringier, 2009 First edition Softcover with dust jacket, 176 pages, 210 x 297 mm Condition: Near Fine
Since the mid-1990s, Danish artist Henrik Olesen has used collage, sculpture and minimalistic spatial intervention to investigate the social construction of identity and its historiography. Through the appropriation of source images and contextual shifts, Olesen probes the associations between homosexuality and its past and present criminalization. His archival work sheds light on the enduring existence of spaces for Others, and inscribes homosexual subculture once more into the history of art and culture.
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