Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest

Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest

Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest

The most comprehensive monograph to date on the groundbreaking Swiss artist and international art star, Pipilotti Rist

A pioneer of experimental video art, Pipilotti Rist is celebrated for her expansive installations that bridge the spaces between fine art and popular culture, the natural world and the technological sublime. Through vivid colors, audaciously sensuous imagery, and playful sexuality, Rist's art—which ranges from single-channel videos to multilayered environments—absorbs viewers in a hyperfeminine aesthetic interlaced with deeper themes of pain, innocence, and transformation.

Review

"This accompanying catalogue is not only truly evocative of the exhibition itself through an inspired choice of images but it is also simply a beautiful object from the humorous, shiny cover to the quality of the paper it is printed on." —Artnet News



"Rist's bubbly personality reminds you of your high school art teacher who laughs at their own jokes, compelling you to laugh along. Her influence is so far-reaching, that it was even claimed that Beyoncé plagiarised her 1997 video piece Hold Up, which says a lot about the scope of Rist's talents." —Amuse-i-d/Vice.com

"Rist's work is disarmingly timeless... For its innate equality, social fluency and sheer, zeitgeist-ready temptation, Pipilotti's Rist work...

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