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Ingo GÜNTHER

Ingo GÜNTHER

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Ingo GÜNTHER (b. Ahnsen - Bad Eilsen, Germany, 1957, resident in NY). Since the late 1980s GÜNTHER has established a journalistic approach to art, using satellite images of militarily sensitive areas or environmentally endangered zones unaccessible for public, and providing them to the mass media. He has presented works and projects from sociological perspectives, such as the "Worldprocessor" (1988), in which he visualized various statistical data related to the global economy and environment on illuminated globes, and "Refugee Republic" (1996), which took the existence of refugees as an inexhaustible resource. He has had numerous exhibitions in Japan, including three solo exhibitions (around 1990) at P3 Art and Environment.

[2006]

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