Apolonija Šušteršič
Selected Projects, 1995-2012
Edited by Peio Aguirre

Contributions by Peio Aguirre, Dan Graham, Jane Rendell, Apolonija Šušteršič


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Published on the occasion of her project at MUSAC Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in León (January–June 2013), this publication offers the first comprehensive survey on the work of Slovenian artist/architect Apolonija Šušteršič.

Architecture, Contemporary Art, Monograph
Through a selection of projects spanning from 1995 to 2012, this monograph shows the methodologies and strategies of an artist whose practice touches on different aesthetical and political tendencies such as Conceptual art, Contextualism, institutional critique, and relational aesthetics. As an architect and artist, her work engages processes from both fields as well as applied design and other social sciences. Šušteršič’s project can be described as putting into practice a “politics in space.” A “transdisciplinary,” collaborative approach as such, it is absolutely indispensable when analyzing contexts as variegated as urban life, art museums, and other institutions and social spaces. Apolonija Šušteršič’s artistic research combines theory and practice to pursue a method of reflection in which a momentary situation of critique leads to activate constructive alternatives and spaces for hope.

Peio Aguirre is an art critic, writer and independent curator based in Donostia-San Sebastián.


161 color

152 pages, 161 illustrations
Paperback, 20x27 cm
Spanish, English
Sternberg Press, 1st edition 2013
ISBN 9783943365542