this collection of photographs and essays explores the work of performance artists Michel Gholam and Wolfgang Prinz. Using their bodies as material, they adopt poses and gestures taken from a common artistic language formed by painting and film.
Michel Gholam and Wolfgang Prinz have been working together for the last 7 years. Beginning with gestures and poses taken from the pictorial tradition, their work asserts their bodies as material for photographic representation in a performative and symbiotic dimension.
Wolfgang Prinz was born in Leutkirch, Germany, in 1969.
Michel Gholam was born in Beirut, Lebanon, in 1963.
They work and live in Berlin, Germany.
hrsg. von Galerie Jocelyn Wolff mit Texten von Pierre Bal-Blanc, Heike Föll (deutsch, englisch, französisch)
33 x 23,5 cm, 102 S., 44 farb. und 15 s/w Abb. Broschur