BEE WORKS by Klaus Weber

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BEE WORKS by Klaus Weber

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Published by Transmission Gallery

18.5cm x 27cm , 40 pages, full colour printing throughout, perfect bound, 2009.

'Bringing together new work by Klaus Weber for his first solo show in Scotland at Transmission Gallery, Glasgow in 2009. This energetic publication records the production of a series of paintings (stretched canvases that have been defecated on by "cleansing" bees) and the subsequent proposal for an action to cause a bee swarm on the statue of Adam Smith in Edinburgh. Serving as a rhetorical "collective hallucination" with regard to Smith's intellectual legacy, Klaus Weber continues to develop fresh and exciting challenges to normative social relations through the historical symbolism of the hive as social metaphor and art as a social strategy. The catalogue includes an essay by Tom Holert.'

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