Rebecca Horn is one of the most important and innovative artists in Germany. Over the past decades, she has created an extensive and coherent oeuvre encompassing sculptures, drawings, poems, films, videos, installations, and performances, which revolve around her own unique mechanical poetry. The catalog presents her most recent works, the Hauchkörper, for the first time and is published on the occasion of the awarding of the Wilhelm Lehmbruck Prize 2017.
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About the Author
Söke Dinkla has worked as a curator and writer in the field of contemporary art and new media. Among the major exhibition projects she has curated are Connected Cities. Processes of art in the urban network (1999), InterAct! Key works of interactive art (1997), both at the Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum in Duisburg, and Jenny Holzer. Xenon for Duisburg (2004) and PubliCity (2006) were public art projects in the City of Duisburg. Dinkla is the director of Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg (Germany).