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Buchloh, and the artist herself, consider her formation in the West German milieu; her critique of conventions of architecture, reconstruction, and memorialization; her sympathy with mass culture; and her ongoing interrogation of public and private spheres. Two texts appear in English for the first time, including a quasi-autobiographical screenplay written by Genzken in 1993. Contributors Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin H. D. Buchloh, Diedrich Diederichsen, Hal Foster, Isa Genzken, Isabelle Graw, Lisa Lee, Pamela M. Lee, Birgit Pelzer, Juliane Rebentisch, Josef Strau, Wolfgang Tillmans, Lawrence Weiner Contents Isa Genzken Two Exercises (1974)Birgit Pelzer Axiomatics Subject to Withdrawal (1979)Benjamin H. D. Buchloh Isa Genzken: The Fragment as Model (1992)Benjamin H. D. Buchloh Isa Genzken: Fuck the Bauhaus. Architecture, Design, and Photography in Reverse (2014)Isa Genzken Sketches for a Feature Film (1993)Isabelle Graw Free to Be Dependent: Concessions in the Work of Isa Genzken (1996)Diedrich Diederichsen Subjects at the End of the Flagpole (2000)Pamela M. Lee The Skyscraper at Ear Level (2003)Benjamin H. D.
Buchloh All Things Being Equal (2005)Wolfgang Tillmans Isa Genzken: A Conversation with Wolfgang Tillmans (2003)Diedrich Diederichsen Diedrich Diederichsen in Conversation with Isa Genzken (2006)Lisa Lee "Make Life Beautiful!" The Diabolic in the Work of Isa Genzken (A Tour Through Berlin, Paris, and New York) (2007)Lawrence Weiner Isa Genzken Again (2010)Juliane Rebentisch The Dialectic of Beauty: On the Work of Isa Genzken (2007)Yve-Alain Bois The Bum and the Architect (2007)Josef Strau Isa Genzken: Sculpture as Narrative Urbanism (2009)Hal Foster Fantastic Destruction (2014)
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