Daniel Gustav Cramer: 01-72



English, Softcover
16 pages
• 29 x 20.6 cm
• Published by Kettler, 2014


Daniel Gustav Cramer: 01-72 is a two-part publication that has been released in March 2014 on the occasion of his solo exhibition at SALTS, Basel.

Daniel Gustav Cramer's photographic works, books, written texts, videos and sculptural objects often concern themselves with things that occur at the limits of the visual field, around the edges of attention, in twilight or at dawn, or in transient settings such as a forest clearing, campground, or a hotel balcony. The eye perceiving them is that of the solitary traveler, who exists in a kind of spatial limbo that is removed from the rituals and routines of daily domestic life, but is nevertheless defined by a trajectory from home to here.

The publication consists of both an artist’s book, giving more insight into the project, and a reader with texts by Quinn Latimer, Kirsty Bell as well as an interview with the artist.

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Daniel Gustav Cramer

Daniel Gustav Cramer

Daniel Gustav Cramer (b. 1975 in Neuss) is a German artist who uses prose, photography, video and minimalist sculpture. At first glance his work might seem “conceptual” but only in a loose form of that word as it begins as a concept but is able to change shape and direction over time, based on the observations of the artist. Cramer engineers quiet, evocative journeys through his body of work. The artist lives and works in Berlin.