• Soft Pop, Yves Scherer Soft Pop, Yves Scherer Soft Pop, Yves Scherer Soft Pop, Yves Scherer Soft Pop, Yves Scherer Soft Pop, Yves Scherer Soft Pop, Yves Scherer Soft Pop, Yves Scherer Soft Pop, Yves Scherer Soft Pop, Yves Scherer

    Soft Pop

    Yves Scherer

    – 1st Edition 2020, 1500 copies
    – Softcover, 244 pages
    – 32.0 × 24.0 cm
    – Offset print, thread binding
    – Designed by Enjoy Stratford
    – ISBN 978-3-033-08008-9


    Soft Pop is a monographic publication by Yves Scherer that features a selection of works from 2013 to the present. It is organized not in chronological order but as a free association of images selected by the artist in collaboration with designer and publisher Marius Steiger. Like harmony based on simultaneously sounded notes, Soft Pop does not try to reflect on its title or find certain references in Yves's work, but to produce image progressions which are Soft Pop themselves. The book is accompanied by a text booklet with texts (English) by Abaseh Mirvali, Jenny Danielsson, and Daniel Lalor.

  • Gerold Miller , 2019

    Gerold Miller


    Publisher/editor: Atelier Gerold Miller, Berlin

    Authors: Nora Grunwald, Gerold Miller

    Catalogue: 21 x 27 cm, 127 pages

    Colour images


    German + English

  • Representative, Louisa Clement


    Louisa Clement


    Publisher: Verlag Kettler
    ISBN: 9783862069064

    Published: 30th Nov 2021

    Binding: Paperback / softback
    Territory: USA & Canada

    Size: 6.69 in x 9.45 in

    Pages: 332 Pages


    Ever since her student years at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Louisa Clement (b. 1987) has investigated the transformation of human communication, especially in digital space and social media. One of her primary interests is the increasingly widespread display of idealized self-portraits. For her most recent work, entitled Repräsentantinnen/ Representative, Clement has created copies of herself that are as fascinating as they are unsettling. In collaboration with a Chinese company specializing in the manufacture of sex dolls, she commissioned life-sized manikins to be made based on parameters of her body that were calculated with the help of body scans, microphotographs, and video recordings of movements. With movable parts and sexually functional, these dolls not only have the same face as their creator, but are programmed to imitate the artist’s facial expressions and to communicate and interact with spectators and the surrounding world. This publication documents Clement’s work and explores various technical, psychological, economic, and ethical questions raised by it. The book also features a sound box that allows it to interact with its readers. Text in English and German.