Baden: Kodoji, 2019.
29 × 39 cm, 88 pp, 59 color and black & white plates.
The artist Oda Jaune is known for her fearless, large-scale portrayals of fantastical bodies. Jaune has now realized a series of corporeal imaginings, highly personal chairs, stools and tables: useful objects from useless human forms. Unique pieces are made in various materials and will ultimately be cast in bronze in an edition of three, though the works seen here are the sculptural prototypes photographed by Camille Vivier. These sculptures are the objects that now inspire Vivier, a fashion photographer whose explorations of the female nude have equally garnered an art following. Creative direction by Beda Achermann. Book design by Winfried Heininger of Kodoji Press. Published with poems by Edward Lear. Item #13672
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