Daniel Rode Again and Again (Vorzugsausgabe)

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Edited by: Daniel Rode Texts by: Susanne Altmann, Knut Hartwich, Annegret Klinker, Carsten Probst, Carolin Quermann, Ulrike Almut Sandig, Anne Schloen, Patrick Schuckmann, Anne Schwanz, Gerhard Schwarz, Carsten Sievers, Andy Spencer, Klaus Walter Graphic Design: Eps51, Berlin German, English 2022, 176 Pages, 100 Ills. Special edition including a silks-creen print by daniel rode wot, 2022, silk-screen print, folded twice, 38.2 × 21.6 cm, signed, dated and numbered on versoedition of 50 236mm x 174mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-5294-7
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Daniel Rode works with text fragments found in literature, conversations, and public space, deliberately disregarding syntax such as spaces and line breaks. Interrupting our reading habits, they retain their indeterminacy a little longer before these fragments can be decoded by reading. Detached from their original contexts, they find their way into both large-scale installations and drawings, often created in series. Rode moves between two polar opposites—a sober, reserved aesthetic on the one hand, and a sensitive, almost tender devotion to artistic execution on the other. Again and Again offers a comprehensive insight into Rode’s oeuvre, enriched by perceptive texts by 13 contributors providing an often surprisingly personal perspective on the artist and his work.

DANIEL RODE (*1971, Eutin) studied in Greifswald and the Academy of Fine Arts Dresden in the class of Monika Brandmeier. He lived in Cairo from 2009 to 2014. Projects and residencies have taken him to Canada, the USA, Bahrain, Vietnam and many countries in Europe. Today, he lives in Dresden and Berlin.