Publisher Walther König, Köln, Germany
15 x 21 cm . 216 pages
English, German, Spanish
The third in a series of books addressing marginality and outsider art as an artistic position. KLAU MICH (this name is taken from an episode of the Berlin student revolution in the 1960s, meaning: grab me, catch me, arrest me) is a celebration of freedom in the arts, or, the impossibility, in spite of everything, of censorship.
The book was produced in parallel to Garcia’s project for dOCUMENTA (13) and used images of the project. Foreword by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Yolanda Romero. Texts by Claire Bishop, Ellen Blumenstein, Eva Fabbris, Chus Martinez, Carmen Roll. Design by Alex Gifreu