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Mirko Reisser (DAIM) 1989 - 2014
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Mirko Reisser (DAIM) 1989 - 2014
By DaimPart of $?III
RUN #01449b
A World Without Graffiti? What A Terrible Notion!

An Interview with graffiti artist Mirko Reisser (DAIM) by Arne Rautenberg

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SIZE12 x 10 x 2 Inches
TYPE320 Page Unsigned Hardcover Book
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ABOUT THIS ART
Mirko Reisser (DAIM) 1989 - 2014 shows the development of the works of the artist over a course of 25 years and also all important periods of his artwork in more than 350 color images, of which some have never been published before. Murals, canvases, sculptures, editions, graphics and the later tapings can be seen. The images furthermore grant a look behind the scenes and show production processes of some of the artworks.


ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Daim concentrates on four letters to push personal and visual boundaries in his highly stylized three dimensional writing. Daim’s programme comprises the construction, as well as de-construction of a word (at some point, in between the processes of annealing and erasure, it emerges out of a synaesthetic sphere! And reveals: that it came into being out of nothingness and is always on the verge of disappearing into it again. Daim graffiti can be seen as fixed images of a word-formation that is constantly threatening to reassemble, denying access, escaping the demands of tangibility and, thereby, remain free and sovereign.

Find more by Daim at daim.org.

Follow Daim on Instagram @mirkoreisser , Twitter @DAIMorg and Facebook.
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