Kienbaum Artists’ books edited by Jochen Kienbaum
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Ingrid Calame interviewed more than 20 people, among them children, adolescents, adults, friends and colleagues, female as well as male, in her volume »Being Born« about what they knew about their own birth. These naturally immensely personal conversations are accompanied by details of frottages with pigment on Mylar, which the artist created in 2014 in a cistern at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Lacoste, France, and in 2015 at the Zeche Zollverein in Essen, Germany. All these schematic and seemingly shadowy works in color direct our gaze, as it were, from the inside out. As if flooded with sunlight, indefinable traces and bumps appear in some of the images, cogs, grooves and metal ridges in others. This is precisely how the stories are presented to the readers: on the one hand, stories of precipitate deliveries, on the other hand legends of almost mythical measure. This initially sounds rather touching, and also quite scary; yet again, this is interrupted by the humor, which permeates most of these familial stories.
Text: Interviews by Ingrid Calame with Rhea Anastas, Esther Anastas Simpson, James Benning, Kate Bland, Olivia Booth, Willa Calame Roberts, Nancy Davidson, Gabrielle Ferrer, Steven Hull, Dewey Johnson, Dolly Johnson, Erik Johnson, Remy Kushner, Thomas Lawson, Iris Maczollek, Laura Miller, Julia Paull, Beverly Reed, David Reed, Shelby Roberts, Mira Schor, Ford Stone, Fred Tomaselli, Amy Wheeler, Joe Wolek
Hardback: 96 pages with 55 color plates
13” x 9 ½” x ¾”
Ingrid Calame Trace
Published to accompany a solo exhibition of Ingrid Calame’s work from 1994 to 2011 during the Edinburgh Art Festival 2011.
Publisher: Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
Text: Fiona Bradley, Brian Dillon, Michael Newman, Interview with Calame, Shelby Roberts, Fiona Bradley and Elizabeth McLean
Hardback: 128 pages, color plates
12” x 12” x ¾”
Ingrid Calame: Constellations
Published to accompany the exhibitions Constellations at James Cohan Gallery, 2007 and Ingrid Calame: Traces of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, 2007 curated by Lisa Freeman
Publisher: James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
Texts: Dr. Karen Lang and Pepe Karmel
Hardback: 64 pages, color plates
12 ¼” x 10 ¼” x ½”
Published to accompany the exhibition Ingrid Calame at Deitch Projects, 2000
Publisher: Deitch Projects, New York, NY
Text by: Libby Lumpkin
Soft cover: 28 pages, color plates
7” x 5 ½” x 1/8"