This first monograph on the artist includes a metaphoric exegesis of Singer’s work by Sven Loven and an insightful text by Aram Moshayedi focusing on the artist’s oeuvre and its contextualization. The contributions by Matthew Brannon—a short story centering around art school students—and illustrations by Ebecho Muslimova extend the theme of living as an artist today. In addition, the artist has compiled an image essay, offering a subjective approach to assembling images that become innocuous in their overabundance, and yet stay subversive at the same time.
Published in collaboration with the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin.
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