Wednesday, 26 May 2010


I first saw Alexander Korzer-Robinson's work at the RWA, Bristol at the 'Celebration of Paper' exhibition and really loved what he had done.

Alexander Korzer-Robinson is an artist from Berlin now living in Bristol. He draws from a background in psychology. “my 
art practice focuses on the notion of the inner landscape. Using generally discarded 
materials, I make objects as an invitation to the viewer to engage her/his own inner life in 
order to assign meaning to the artwork”.

The cut book art has been made by working through the books, page by page, cutting around 
some of the illustrations while removing others. The images seen in the finished work, are 
left standing in the place where they would appear in the complete book. As a final step the 
book is sealed around the cut, and can no longer be opened.

Taken on my iphone