This monograph offers a comprehensive account of the themes and techniques of Zoë Kronberger’s œuvre for the first time. It presents her paintings in the context of her life and thought, emotions and imaginative patterns. Hard Drive shows a wide selection of Kronberger’s works under four thematic titles :
« Dynamics and Forms », « Layers » « Drawings » and « Transit ».
Her artistic practice and development is thoroughly explored through introductory texts and critical essays by art historians Dr Florentine Rosemeyer, Germany and Dr Marius Kwint, UK, and includes an interview with the artist with autobiographical notes.
HARD DRIVE encapsulates Rosemeyer’sapproach to contemporary art not only considering it aesthetically,but also taking into account subject matter and context, and setting the work within the artist’s biography and the history of art in general.