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Zuzanna Czebatul: The Happy Deppy Ecstasy Archive

Zuzanna Czebatul: The Happy Deppy Ecstasy Archive

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Zuzanna Czebatul's (1986, Międzyrzecz, Poland) sculptures deconstruct ideological narratives of triumph and heroism. In large-format busts, floor pieces, and sprawling installations, the sculptor collages and dismantles symbols of power; her work touches a raw nerve at a time when monuments of colonial violence are publicly challenged and taken down. Actively involved in today's transnational solidarity movements, as against the recent anti-LGBT+ policies in Poland, Czebatul makes art that reflects on these profound crises of democratic governance. Sensual pleasure and sexuality as acts of resistance, the possibilities of postmodern spaces, and the subversive potentials of rave culture are other influences in the artist's multifaceted works, which often feature textiles, plush and fleece, but also synthetic resin, glass or concrete.

Czebatul's first monograph is published on occasion of her solo exhibition at Kunstpalais Erlangen. The Happy Deppy Ecstasy Archive offers extensive insight into the artist's practice, surveying her output of the past five years.

With essays by Kate Brown, Tom Engels, Malte Lin-Kröger, Amely Deiss, Marie Madec, and Benoît Lamy de La Chapelle.

Published by DISTANZ, November 2021
Edited by Kunstpalais Erlangen
Hardcover, 240 pages with 92 color and 68 b&w images
ISBN: 978-3-95476-397-9
24 x 33 cm


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