Heinrich Dunst
Heinrich Dunst combines elements of language, image and sculpture in his work and presents their relationship as medial interfaces. In his “metalinguistic” spatial interventions and performances, he negotiates the gap between the visible and the sayable, the untranslatability of one form into another the contextuality of spatial presentations. The roots of his conceptual approach lie in concrete poetry, in the Viennese scene of the 1980s with its claim to expand abstract painting into the exhibition space, and also in those artistic positions that, like Marcel Broodthaers, examine the systems of perception of word and image.
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