For more than two decades, the artist Renee Green has created an impressive body of work in which language is an essential element.
Green is also a prolific writer and a major voice in the international art world.
Other Planes of There gathers for the first time a substantial collection of the work she wrote between 1981 and 2010.
The selected essays initially appeared in publications in different countries and languages, making their availability in this volume a boon to those wanting to follow Green's artistic and intellectual trajectory. Charting this cosmopolitan artist's thinking through the decades, Other Planes of There brings essays, film scripts, reviews, and polemics together with reflections on Green's own artistic practice and seminal artworks.
It immerses the reader in three decades of contemporary art showcasing the art and thought, the incisive critiques and prescient observations of one of our foremost artists and intellectuals.
Sound, cinema, literature, time-based media, and the relationship between art forms and other forms of knowledge are just a few of the matters that Green takes up and thinks through.
Sixty-four pages of color plates were selected by the artist for this lavishly illustrated volume.