Throughout his prolific career, Ursula Schulz-Dornburg led the way by documenting the environments created by man at the dawn of change and transition. The sites she visited were often distant and difficult to access. In 1996 and 1997, she visited Armenia and, with a small portable camera, took visual notes of the remains of Soviet architecture during her walks in the capital Yerevan. She developed the films on her return to Germany and in 2001 she edited and compiled the copies in a traditional notebook used in Armenian schools which she had bought during one of her trips. This handmade sketchbook was then dedicated to his daughter, Julia, who was then studying architecture. This publication is a facsimile of the original sketchbook, an artist's book enshrined in the history of long-abandoned cultural artefacts and the artist's actions in traversing time and space, documenting and compiling matter.
Ursula Schulz Dornburg
Istoric preț pentru: Yerevan 1996/1997