Peter Jellitsch Artifacts of the Future

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Edited by: Peter Jellitsch Texts by: Peter Jellitsch, Alexandra-Maria Toth English, German September 2022, 140 Pages, 90 Ills. Paperback with flaps 312mm x 222mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-5340-1
| On the Relationship between Analog and Digital

Even though we often hardly give it a second thought, we spend virtually every moment of our lives in two worlds: the analog world and the world of digital information, signals, and networks. Whether visualizing invisible data streams or tracking down cell phone towers disguised as palm trees, Peter Jellitsch’s works constantly revolve around the connections between real and artificially produced reality. Using means of repetition, fragmentation, maximization, and minimization, he creates images that are filled with abstract-looking textures and have a cartoon-like style. The publication Artifacts of the Future provides a broad insight into Jellitsch’s eponymously titled current series of works.

PETER JELLITSCH (*1982 in Villach, Austria) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts and the University of Applied Arts in Vienna after completing a carpentry apprenticeship. His works have been shown in numerous exhibitions in Europe and the USA and are in collections such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Austrian Museum of Applied Arts, the Museum Moderner Kunst Kärnten and the Kupferstichkabinett of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Peter Jellitsch has been a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna since 2011.