Roman Ondak: Guide
Ondak's artistic production consists in an analysis of the several facets of daily life, in its less loud details and in its more ordinary aspects, which emerge from the blurry background to which they seem to be doomed. The artist catches imperceptible, invisible moments, actual "non-events", which suddenly become visible and feasible thanks to slight changes or small gaps of the point of view. He strengthens the most innocent, common or familiar side of things putting into them an imaginative charge which works on many levels - aesthetic, social and political, visual, conceptual - and transforms our everyday scenario into a continuous source of wonder.
edited by eric mangion, hemma schmutz and andrea viliani
texts by luca cerizza, max delany, silvia eibmayr, luigi fassi, ryan gander, francesco garutti, patricia grzonka, jens hoffmann, adam kleinman, simone menegoi, vivian rehberg, elodie royer, chris sharp and andrea viliani
verlag der buchhandlung walther könig, 2011
20.2 x 28 cm