A case study of Austrian artist Manfred Nisslmüller’s work ‘Taschenrecorder’ (1984-1993, made in eight examples), highlighting the artist’s view of “jewelry as a disruption” using of critical, ironic, and subversive modes of art history.
Brosche or the jewelry without object of Manfred Nisslmüller
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Title: Brosche or the jewelry without object of Manfred Nisslmüller
Author(s): Benjamin Lignel, Monika Brugger
Topic: art history, design, theory
Publication Year: 2016
Institution: Art Jewelry Forum
Discipline: art history
Relevant Country(s): Austria
Material: cassettes, found objects, plastic