Carsten Höller

Carsten Höller was born in 1961 in Brussels. He lives and works in Stockholm. In his work, Höller creates situations which question familiar forms of perception and allow exhibition visitors to experiment on themselves, often inviting the public's active participation. In their form, Höller's works are occasionally reminiscent of scientific laboratory arrangements, allowing the viewer to become the subject of an experiment. His work, since the early 1990s, has encompassed buildings, vehicles, slides, toys, games, narcotics, animals, performances, lectures, 3D films, flashing lights, mirrors, eyewear and sensory deprivation tanks. Höller's artistic practice reflects the interaction between work and public in various ways, sometimes chemically analyzing the nature of human emotions.

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  1. The Beat

    Carsten Höller
    The Beat

    €25.00

    DVD 

    Video, 45’31'’
    Limited edition of 500 copies
    Produced and published in 2008 by IMPORT (mfc-michèle didier & Les Presses du Réel)

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