Kaspar Müller, ‘Tropic of Cancer’, 2014, Swiss Institute Benefit Auction
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Kaspar Müller

Tropic of Cancer, 2014

Set of 8 Laser prints on A3 paper
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Swiss Institute Benefit Auction

These eight laser prints are select pieces from Kaspar Müller’s 2014 project at Swiss Institute,

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Courtesy the artist; Galerie Francesca Pia, Zürich; The Green Gallery, Milwaukee; Federico Vavassori, Milan; and Société Berlin, Berlin
Kaspar Müller
Swiss, b. 1983
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Kaspar Müller plays with issues of authenticity and alienation with humor and wit in his conceptually-driven works. In his film, Forever alone and around the world (2013), he superimposes a furry top hat on a changing backdrop of landscapes. In his group show at Swiss Institute, The St. Petersburg Paradox (2014), Müller's work Tropic of Cancer (2014) enables people to purchase the contents of his Berlin apartment by phone, exploring chance and the social dynamics of commerce in contemporary life. Recent shows include: Federico Vavasori, Milan, 2014; Société, Berlin, 2014; I Shrunk the Kids, Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, 2013; forever alone and around the world, Kunsthalle Zürich, Kadist – Kunsthalle Zürich Production Award, Zurich, 2013; talktalktalk (w. Tobias Madison), The Green Gallery, Milwaukee, 2013; Roman Signer / Kaspar Müller. Zu Weihnachten (w. Roman Signer), Kunsthaus Zürich, Zurich, 2012; Present Future, Galerie Francesca Pia at Artissima, Torino, 2012; Stand-Up, Gasconade, Milan, 2012, I was in Trinidad and learned a lot, Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich, 2011; Corrective Detention, Société, Berlin, 2011; 25.12.2011, Atelier Amden, Amden (Switzerland), 2011; Emil Michael Klein / Kaspar Müller, Circuit, Lausanne; and Manor-Kunstpreis Schaffhausen, Museum zu Allerheiligen Schaffhausen, Schaffhausen, 2010.

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These eight laser prints are select pieces from Kaspar Müller’s 2014 project at Swiss Institute, Tropic of Cancer. Juxtaposing the everyday with the elevated status of an exhibition space, Müller encouraged visitors to sift through images of items in his apartment, and provided a dedicated phone line if they wished to …

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Courtesy the artist; Galerie Francesca Pia, Zürich; The Green Gallery, Milwaukee; Federico Vavassori, Milan; and Société Berlin, Berlin
Kaspar Müller
Swiss, b. 1983
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Kaspar Müller plays with issues of authenticity and alienation with humor and wit in his conceptually-driven works. In his film, Forever alone and around the world (2013), he superimposes a furry top hat on a changing backdrop of landscapes. In his group show at Swiss Institute, The St. Petersburg Paradox (2014), Müller's work Tropic of Cancer (2014) enables people to purchase the contents of his Berlin apartment by phone, exploring chance and the social dynamics of commerce in contemporary life. Recent shows include: Federico Vavasori, Milan, 2014; Société, Berlin, 2014; I Shrunk the Kids, Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, 2013; forever alone and around the world, Kunsthalle Zürich, Kadist – Kunsthalle Zürich Production Award, Zurich, 2013; talktalktalk (w. Tobias Madison), The Green Gallery, Milwaukee, 2013; Roman Signer / Kaspar Müller. Zu Weihnachten (w. Roman Signer), Kunsthaus Zürich, Zurich, 2012; Present Future, Galerie Francesca Pia at Artissima, Torino, 2012; Stand-Up, Gasconade, Milan, 2012, I was in Trinidad and learned a lot, Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich, 2011; Corrective Detention, Société, Berlin, 2011; 25.12.2011, Atelier Amden, Amden (Switzerland), 2011; Emil Michael Klein / Kaspar Müller, Circuit, Lausanne; and Manor-Kunstpreis Schaffhausen, Museum zu Allerheiligen Schaffhausen, Schaffhausen, 2010.

Kaspar Müller

Tropic of Cancer, 2014

Set of 8 Laser prints on A3 paper
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