SELECTED WORKS by Charlotte Prodger
193 x 259mm, 255 pages, Colour printing, Perfect bound, Softcover, 2022
Charlotte Prodger: Selected Works is the artist’s first monograph and the most significant book on Prodger’s work to date, offering a detailed overview of her practice across the past twelve years and many international solo exhibitions.
The book includes extensive documentation of her work and seven new essays by Jac Renée Bruneau, Mel Y Chen, Laura Guy, Lynn Kost, Mason Leaver-Yap, Chris McCormack, Irene Revell and an interview with Lisa Le Feuvre.
Charlotte Prodger is a Glasgow-based artist working with moving image, writing, sculpture, printmaking and photography. She was the winner of the 2018 Turner Prize and represented Scotland at the 2019 Venice Biennale.
Prodger’s work explores intertwined relationships between the body, landscape, language, technology and time – specifically through the lens of queer subjectivity.
Published on occasion of the exhibition ‘Charlotte Prodger: Blanks and Preforms’, 4 Sept – 14 Nov 2021, Kunst Museum Winterthur, Zurich.