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For several years Nikola Irmer has been documenting historic taxidermy collections in her paintings and drawings. This dynamic e-book contains image galleries, references, sounds, film clippings, interactive widgets and more, creating a rich experience of her artistic work.

The e-book Promethean Boldness documents for the first time Irmer’s drawings and paintings from historic collections of taxidermy. In her works, she documents the perilous state of these collections, their former importance and their decay. She becomes a researcher herself, who in the process of her artistic practice unveals the knowledge inherent in these collections.

The e-book includes a text by Andrea M. Gáldy, an interview with the artist by Axel Lapp and an interview with Paolo Agnelli of La Specola in Florence.

Published by The Green Box

Available from iTunes Store at £12.99

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