Drawing Papers 74: Kirstine Roepstorff




Through a working method she calls “approprio-arranging,” Berlin-based artist Kirstine Roepstorff collages together photocopies, fabrics, glitter, paper, and images appropriated from magazines and newspapers, constructing a poetic, post-feminist practice that addresses issues such as consumerism, the failure of the social democratic project, and contemporary gender politics. Accompanying the exhibition Kirstin Roepstorff: It’s Not the Eye of the Needle That Changed–The Time, the artist’s first solo museum exhibition in North America, this publication features a scholarly essay by Daniel Kunitz on political identity in Roepstorff’s work alongside a selection of the 12 works in the exhibition.

Join our mailing list to get updates on news, activities, and educational resources.

Follow: Instagram

Support A.rt R.esources T.ransfer

I will give a donation of

You will be redirected off-site to complete your donation.

I want to to the Library Program

A.rt R.esources T.ransfer
526 W 26th Street, #614
New York, NY 10001
[email protected]