The social landscape has become a noisy, fractured space dominated by advertisements. Ideologically encoded, the media posits meaning through the relational system of signs. Ultimately, these binaries confirm the complicities of the medium and dismiss the fragile argument that photography is merely a tool of mimesis. Truth is lost amongst the arbitrary and insignificant objectives semiotically spun as we back sedated by the flickering screen and the false promises it proposes for the future it truncates.
HEYDT’S FINE ART CATALOGS PROVIDE A COMPREHENSIVE INSIGHT INTO THE WORK OF THE ARTIST, RENDERING IT AN EXCELLENT STARTING POINT FOR COLLECTORS DISCOVERING HEYDT'S WORK FOR THE FIRST TIME.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
HEYDT's work has been internationally exhibited in a constellation of galleries & museums throughout Europe, Iceland, Australia, UK, US and Russia. Her work is concerned with absence of destiny, beauty in banality and the role of semiology in commodification & consumerism.
DESCRIPTION OF CATALOGS:
HEYDT's limited edition fine art catalogs are perfect bound, printed in full color, with laminated sulfate paperboard at 250 grams/sq. meter. Pages are printed on matte paper with a weight of 115 grams. High standards and attention to detail are reflected in every art catalog, which is numbered and signed off on by the artist, Sam HEYDT.