Blending as Resistance: Peppi Bottrop / Mousse / review

Regarding the artist’s working space, Daniel Buren once wrote that the studio frames the reality and truth of an artwork. In his text The Function of the Studio (1979) he suggested that the work of art ultimately belongs in the studio, because it is only in that space that one can come to understand the process that made the work possible.1 Buren envisioned the archetypal artist’s workspace as first of all a physical site whose specific architectural features wouldn’t differ greatly from those of the exhibition hall.

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