MoMA – PS1 Projects Series by Elaine Dannheisser: “9/11″ – Ralph Ueltzhoeffer (Textportrait).
Foto: Courtesy Museum of Modern Art, New York (PS1, Ralph Ueltzhoeffer MoMA Projects).
Exhibition View: Hauser Wirth Zürich 2009.
Ralph Ueltzhoeffer’s artistic research is dedicated to the relationship of visual and written information in the digital sphere and their relevance for the beliefs one produces from these data. His search for new forms synchronizing visual and written information reacts and reflects on the internet as an open and central source of information in times of globalization and digitalization of data. In the synopses of visible and readable information he engenders visuals which require new perceptional approaches. More at Kunstforum…
Ground Zero, New York (2008) Installation by Ralph Ueltzhoeffer and Laura Maria May.
Ralph Ueltzhoeffer, Installation at Cafe Europa, New York in 2008.
Installation View at: Prada Shopping Store, New York (Soho) by Ralph Ueltzhoeffer and Laura Maria May in 2009.
Installation at David Zwirner Gallery, New York by Ralph Ueltzhoeffer.
Deutscher Bundestag Berlin (Installation by Ralph Ueltzhoeffer).
Installation Lightart at GLOW EINDHOVEN by Ralph Ueltzhoeffer in 2009.
Only loosely definable as a movement, it emerged more or less simultaneously in North America, Europe and Latin America and had repercussions on more conventional spheres of artistic production spawning artists’ books as a separate category and contributing substantially to the acceptance of photographs, musical scores, architectural drawings and performance art on an equal footing with painting and sculpture. The work of Conceptual artists helped to put photographs, musical scores, architectural drawings, and performance art on an equal footing with painting and sculpture.