No escape from paradise

by Eva Brunner


Text: Wolfgang Zurborn

Publisher: Edition Babev

52 pages

Pictures: 36

Year: 2020

Price: 30

Comments: Text German / English | Hardcover with thread stitching | 30,7 cm x 23,7 | Edition of 300 copies

"In Eva Brunner's pictures, the Garden of Eden presents itself as a labyrinthine place, hallucinating between naturalness and artificiality, detached from the earthly and yet grounded again in the human body. Is there an escape from this eternal happiness, or is man trapped in the permanent search for it?"

In her work, the Swiss author and photographer Eva Brunner deals with the complexity of reality and the underlying narrative structures - the fractures and fragmentations. She is fascinated by the complexity of human identity and the manifold aspects of nature in a world of artificiality.


A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

 
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No escape from paradise

by Eva Brunner


Text: Wolfgang Zurborn

Publisher: Edition Babev

52 pages

Pictures: 36

Year: 2020

Price: 30

Comments: Text German / English | Hardcover with thread stitching | 30,7 cm x 23,7 | Edition of 300 copies

"In Eva Brunner's pictures, the Garden of Eden presents itself as a labyrinthine place, hallucinating between naturalness and artificiality, detached from the earthly and yet grounded again in the human body. Is there an escape from this eternal happiness, or is man trapped in the permanent search for it?"

In her work, the Swiss author and photographer Eva Brunner deals with the complexity of reality and the underlying narrative structures - the fractures and fragmentations. She is fascinated by the complexity of human identity and the manifold aspects of nature in a world of artificiality.


A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

No escape from paradise

by Eva Brunner


Text: Wolfgang Zurborn

Publisher: Edition Babev

52 pages

Pictures: 36

Year: 2020

Price: 30

Comments: Text German / English | Hardcover with thread stitching | 30,7 cm x 23,7 | Edition of 300 copies

"In Eva Brunner's pictures, the Garden of Eden presents itself as a labyrinthine place, hallucinating between naturalness and artificiality, detached from the earthly and yet grounded again in the human body. Is there an escape from this eternal happiness, or is man trapped in the permanent search for it?"

In her work, the Swiss author and photographer Eva Brunner deals with the complexity of reality and the underlying narrative structures - the fractures and fragmentations. She is fascinated by the complexity of human identity and the manifold aspects of nature in a world of artificiality.


A collector's choice by josefchladek.com