The works of Daniel Gustav Cramer are based on accurate observations of 'invisible' moments that only reveal themselves at a second glance. In his photographs, text works and books, he depicts structured systems as well as personal experiences; large scale objects are next to the smallest ones, nothing is obvious. The work opens up in reflection.
Thirty-Six presents thirty-six works by Daniel Gustav Cramer in the restricted space of a book. It is an exhibition of Cramer’s works in its own right, that exceeds mere documentation and makes for multi-faceted new associations and moods.
This publication is supported by Dortmunder Kunstverein, Dortmund, RWE Stiftung, Essen, Kunststiftung NRW, Düsseldorf, Goethe-Institut Ireland, Dublin.