Ariel Schlesinger is an Israeli artist who lives and works in Berlin and Mexico City.
He has repeatedly attracted attention in recent years through amazing works and spatial interventions.
This book describes his largest institutional solo exhibition to date which took place at the Kunsthaus Baselland in Basel, Switzerland, in 2014.
With his works, Ariel Schlesinger opens hidden doors in order to draw our gaze in unfamiliar directions. We need this very tool of a differentiating perception of that which surrounds us, a perception that can change - perhaps today more than ever.
Minimal and highly precise interventions in the detritus of the everyday and the absurd are fundamental themes in Ariel Schlesinger's work.