Christoph Keller’s work constitutes an examination of the history of science and of the way in which knowledge is gathered and organized. Long-term projects concern, for instance, anthropology (in particular the history of Western European engagement with the Amazon region), fringe science and parapsychology.Read More
Keller continuously addresses how the organisation of knowledge influences our thinking, which results in the sometimes arbitrary distinctions between what is and what is not considered science. His practice includes large-scale sculptural interventions, photography, film, exhibition-making, and psychological experiments, which he documents in various media.
Text courtesy Esther Schipper.