White book with red text and a photograph of an onion on the cover.


Anna-Sophie Berger




Anna-Sophie Berger
The Fool at Sea

Embracing a diverse range of media, Anna-Sophie Berger confronts issues relating to distribution, consumption and production cycles in The Fool at Sea. Where previous work addressed these issues through food, images and clothing, this new series focuses on ways in which a municipality can produce and distribute public spaces for its citizens to consume.

Press: Art Review, Time Out, Contemporary Art Daily

Collections: MoMA Library

Published by Pacific and JTT, Texts by Benjamin Hirte and Laura McLean-Ferris, Softcover, 8 × 10½ inches, 58 pages, Edition of 250

Detail of an open book. The white title page with black text is visible, The red cover interior is partially obscured.
Centerfold in an open book that features an exhibition photograph.
Book interior with a distinct artwork on each page. A blue poster with white text and a circle of yellow stars in the center is featured on the left page. An onion is on the right page.
Open book with a collage of images on both pages.
Open book with two columns of text on the left page and a sculpture on the right page.