Grammatikopoulou, Christina (2013), ‘The poetry of the immaterial: Edith Kollath’s aerial imagination’, in: Edith Kollath, Manoeuvre of Plenty, Works by Edith Kollath, Berlin: Distanz, pp.6-12.
Edith Kollath’s work is characterized by a rich visual language, with installations, video art and objects that combine technology with embodiment. The common element in these works is a search for new artistic paths in the field of the intangible. Its ethereal and fleeting images affect the viewers who are often inspired to synchronize their breathing to the artworks. This text (English and German) examines her most significant artworks.