Camille Kaiser is the winner of the Kiefer Kablitzel | Göhner Art Prize 2022. The illustrated book is published on the occasion of her solo exhibition "small gestures, grand gestures" at the Aargauer Kunsthaus 2023.
Camille Kaiser (*1992, in Geneva) is both an artist and a researcher. In her works, she deals with both state archive documents and her personal family archive in the context of Algerian independence. She uses fiction as a strategy to question decolonisation and its missing images from the perspective of "big" and "small" gestures.
The publication contains texts by Céline Eidenbenz, curator of the exhibition, Lydia Amarouche, founder of shed publishing and cultural worker, as well as a conversation between Camille Kaiser and art historian Olivia Alexandra Fahmy. It was designed by the Geneva graphic design studio Trojans Collective.
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