Gregor Neuerer: Freud and English Council Estates

Open Lecture


Stairs (of a gallery and former warehouse) 2008

Gregor Neuerer
Freud and English Council Estates

Gregor Neuerer is an artist whose work with existing architectural settings and realities is based on his understanding of the built environment as a media, similar to a photograph or film. In this sense a building is not only seen as a structure that directs and controls but also as a platform that makes our understanding of a place visible. Photography and drawing are hereby used as mediums which explore site-related conditions and at the same time construct new and fictive understandings of place.

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