Peter de Cupere - Scent in context
|Availability:||In stock (70)|
|Delivery time:||7-15 days|
About the book:
This book is a unique document that witnesses the olfactory artist Peter de Cupere’s research, the origins and context of his work and practice, and that offers a view and presentation of more than 500 artworks. 7 authors, 472 pages, more than 1500 illustrations and images, 22 images with 11 different scratch and sniff hidden smells, all make this 3kg book a complete guide to discover the world of olfactory art. The publication will surprise and interact with the reader with soft and beautiful smells but in contrast might also shock while presenting intense or mind-teasing smells. Refine your nostrils when reading this book!
About the artist:
For 20 years artist and curator Peter de Cupere has been the most prolific and proactive proponent of olfactory art in the world. He is a lecturer at the PXL–MAD School of Arts in Hasselt. He is the joint founder of the Open Lab where he teaches the use of the near senses, smell, taste and touch in the Senses Lab. He also started up the English Master Fine Arts Programme Art Sense(s) Lab to promote the use of smell, taste and touch as a medium for the work of art. He is a PhD student at the PXL–MAD School of Arts, University of Hasselt, and VUB, and is researching into the use of smell as a context and/or concept for the work of art.
|Measurements:||290 x 240 mm|
|Number of pages:||400|