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NEW Carsten Höller book Decision 

Comprising two books, Carsten Höller: Decision offers a unique and invigorating take on the traditional exhibition catalogue. The first volume presents a collection of new short stories exploring the theme of decision-making by acclaimed writers Naomi Alderman, Jenni Fagan, Jonathan Lethem, Deborah Levy, Helen Oyeyemi and Ali Smith. 

The second volume offers an extensive visual record of the exhibition taken by two photographers simultaneously, accompanied by an in-depth interview with the artist, led by Ralph Rugoff, Hayward Gallery Director and curator of the show.

Beautifully illustrated and packaged, Carsten Höller: Decision offers an illuminating and original exploration of Höller’s immersive work, as well as a stimulating visual and literary experience for lovers of art, fiction, and human nature.

                  

Carsten Höller: Decision is published by Hayward Publishing. Special exhibition price £20 (RRP £25)
Buy It: shop.southbankcentre.co.uk

             

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