Olga Lewicka, PANORAMA. Materials for Mapping a Prospective All-Embracing Structure; BOOK; POLISH / ENGLISH
Olga Lewicka – PANORAMA. Materials for Mapping a Prospective All-Embracing Structure Olga Lewicka’s “PANORAMA” presents her subjective view of the 19th century medium of the panorama. In this artist’s book, several layers of representation & examination overlap: the artist’s works, her private archive, documentation on European panoramas, texts by the collaborating authors. Thwarting the book’s typical linear structure, these layers become one texture, weaving the 19th century into the present. The panoramas and their popularity throughout the 19th century – the beginning of the modern culture industry – open up a new & allegorical perspective onto contemporary visual culture and its implication within the capitalist economy. The book reflects on the dialectics of entertainment and control or political oppression. But above all the panorama is revealed as a fascinating allegory of vision’s emancipatory power. text: Alicja Jodko, Andrzej Kostolowski, Olga Lewicka, Carsten Zorn translation: Benjamin Carter, Cordula Gdaniec, Ewa Kniaziak, Katarzyna Michonska text Editing: Carsten Zorn visual Editing: Honza Zamojski photography: Olga Lewicka, Carsten Zorn (if not stated otherwise)
design: jungundwenig, Berlin printed by: Pöge Druck, Leipzig bookbinding: Buchbinderei Mönch, Leipzig publisher: MORAVA, www.moravabooks.com
ISBN 978-83-926924-6-1 format: 230 x 172 mm, 120 p., offset printing, soft cover color: fullcolor + Pantone 296 & Pantone 3405 edition: 250 language: english prize: 18 Euro + shipping
© 2011 MORAVA, Olga Lewicka,
Authors. co-operation: www.piktogram.org
Project supported by Galeria Entropia, www.entropia.art.pl
Project supported by Wroclaw European Capital of Culture 2016 (candidate).
This book has been executed with the participation of the resources from Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage „Mloda Polska” 2010 Programme.
This book has been executed with the participation of the resources from the 2010-2011 grant programme of the Fundusz Promocji Twórczosci, The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.