I have before me a slipcase containing the three-volume compilation of all 778 works created by Roman Signer between 1971 and 2002. They are each presented either in a single photograph, in several pictures or in a photographed sequence.' - Editorial by Peter Zimmermann
Hauser & Wirth Publishers / Unikate Verlag / Walther König
3 volumes in slipcase
Peter Simmermann (ed.)
496 pages each
30.5 x 24.5 cm
Swiss artist Roman Signer has been redefining sculpture for more than 40 years and is now regarded as one of the finest representatives of Process and Conceptual art. He produces elementary dynamic sculptures and installations, also known as time sculptures for their preoccupation with the transformation of materials and objects through time. In his actions, acceleration and change are part of the creative process and he uses photography and moving image to document his work.