Sunrise-Sunset (To: New York) 1996 Set of 8 laser prints, one with photograph, on logarithm paper, each print 29,5 x 37,5 cm (11½ x 14¾ in.). There are 12 sets of 8 prints each (only 3 illustrated). Edition of 10.
Künstlicher Marmor... 1998 From the portfolio Sequences [Künstlicher Marmor, Kirche Neuenfelde, Harburg Elbe Nord] Three grano lithographs, printed in six colors on Rives rag paper. Each print 50 x 40 cm (19¾ x 15¾"), each signed and numbered. Edition of 60.
Hanne Darboven was born 1941 in Munich, lived and worked in Hamburg, died in 2009. According to self-imposed rules the artist writes down the course of time, which is the course of history. In thousands of sheets of paper conceived as serial works she notes sequences of text and numerals, often combined with visual documents reflecting her own biography, contemporary history, or cultural phenomena. The wide range of her themes and the wealth of her photographic material lends her work the appearance of a visual encyclopedia of our time.
ABC-Arbeit (Alpha-Omega) 2007 Six plywood scale models on MDF, and 68 pages of notations, xeroxed, in a binder. Size of model A 50 x 38 x 6 cm (19¾ x 15 x 2½"), B 50 x 62 x 6 cm (19¾ x 24½ x 2½"), C 50 x 50 x 6 cm (19¾ x 19¾ x 2½"). Edition of 12, signed and numbered ea.
Opus 26 1989/90 Deluxe edition (Opus 26 Quartette Modell 1–9, mit Friedrich Stoppa) 111 offset prints, each 27 x 21.9 cm 10.5 x 8.75 in.), in a linen-covered box with 2 audio CDs. Edition of 50, initialed and numbered
Opus 43, Bläsertrio... 2007 From Wall Works [Opus 43, Bläsertrio "Kinder dieser Welt"] 68 sheets of music, framed, 59.5 x 42 cm (23½ x 16½") each, and trumpet, horn, and trombone on white pedestal. Installation dimensions according to the wall. Limited to 15 installations, signed and numbered on last print, plus a certificate giving specific instructions.
Tageszettel Arbeitszettel 2008/09 From the portfolio Forty Are Better Than One (Day Notes/Work Notes) Two 8-part leporellos, offset print on 200 g Bilderdruck Paper, 200 x 32 cm (78¾ x 12½ in.) each. Edition: 75, signed and numbered.