The publication "MIRIAM CAHN: I AS HUMAN" accompanies the exhibition of the same title at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. It presents the work of the Swiss artist from many different perspectives.
Marta Dziewańska reads Cahn’s work alongside the devastating text of the Austrian writer and poet Christine Lavant. Natalia Sielewicz, while reading the images and looking at the texts, attentively observes the strategies and stakes of the works of an artist: a woman who in her art ruptures the notions of stable subjectivity, who inhabits the shifting perspectives of “I”. Jakub Momro movingly writes about the shock of an encounter, seeing as experience, image-thought, and Cahn’s work in the context of the intensities that create it/that it creates. Patricia Falguières, Élisabeth Lebovici, and Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez talk with the artist. An intense word-image, whose force, painterly energy, and passion are like a verbal mirror to the works of Miriam Cahn, is furnished by Paul B. Preciado.
The publication in Polish is available in a PDF format online: "MIRIAM CAHN: I AS HUMAN".
The publication in English is available in print in the Museum's bookstore. More info: HERE.