Wilfrid Almendra

Wilfrid Almendra

Light Boiled like Liquid Soap

Edited by Alexandra McIntosh and Nicolaus Schafhausen

Distributed for Sternberg Press

Paperback $25.00 T

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Light Boiled like Liquid Soap is an immersive installation by Marseille-based artist Wilfrid Almendra featuring radio transmissions and a series of sculptural elements made of copper, plaster, and silicone in various states of dematerialization. Combining found and repurposed materials, the works attest to notions of desire, circulation, and flux, from protective spaces of retreat to global economies of exchange.

The seventh volume in the Fogo Island Arts publication series accompanies the eponymous exhibition curated by Alexandra McIntosh and Nicolaus Schafhausen and presented at the Fogo Island Art Gallery in 2016. Richly illustrated with color photographs of Almendra's installation, the book features a critical essay by Anne Faucheret, a work of speculative fiction by Nicolas Idier, poetry by Jorge Armando Sousa, and a conversation between Wilfrid Almendra, Alexandra McIntosh, and Nicolaus Schafhausen.

Copublished with Fogo Island Arts

Contributors Wilfrid Almendra, Anne Faucheret, Nicolas Idier, Alexandra McIntosh, Nicolaus Schafhausen, Jorge Armando Sousa

Paperback

$25.00 T ISBN: 9783956794742 120 pp. | 6 in x 8.25 in 20 color illus.

Not for sale in Europe or the UK.

Editors

Alexandra McIntosh

Nicolaus Schafhausen

Nicolaus Schafhausen is a German curator at the Documentation Center for the History of National Socialism in Munich.