Structured and typeset like an encyclopedia, Aglaia Konrad from A to K draws out and explores the plastic and aesthetic possibilities of the reference book format. It indulges in a certain fascination for lists and their cumulative force while seizing upon the fact that alphabetic organization is extremely orderly, but also, upon reflection, entirely random. The book explores this in-between space and thwarts the self-evident integration of component parts in the reference work. Aglaia Konrad from A to K features a sizeable selection of color and black-and-white photographs, which appear here for the first time. Reflected in the images, and in the list that serves as their space of representation, is the artist´s longstanding engagement with architecture, urbanism, cityscapes and the shifting dimensions and shapes of our public and private environments.