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  1. Vancouver – Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery

    ... that face each other. One video is of the MEND guerrilla group fighting the oil industry in the Niger Delta, and the other is of ... and governmental forces controlling their immediate material reality; they also believe that a spirit makes them impenetrable to ...

    Marie-Anne - 04/09/2015 - 11:14

  2. Vancouver – Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery

    ... that face each other. One video is of the MEND guerrilla group fighting the oil industry in the Niger Delta, and the other is of ... and governmental forces controlling their immediate material reality; they also believe that a spirit makes them impenetrable to ...

    Marie-Anne - 04/13/2015 - 10:53

  3. Summary 76

    ... his Thick Paintings . History is not static, but rather a material with which to work. The knowledge which has fuelled the definition of ... archival documents produced under the auspices of The Atlas Group. Drawing on the aesthetic conventions of modernist painting Raad targets ...

    Catherine - 04/04/2013 - 16:07

  4. Dossier | The Body of the Image: Anno Dijkstra’s Sculptural and Monumental Reconstruction of Press Photos

    ... vernacular quality of its images. More than the photographic material as such, it is the testimonial, historical and semiotic functions ... representation of passion was the Laocoön, a Greek marble group (in fact, a first-century Roman copy) that represents a passage from ...

    jeremi - 04/15/2015 - 16:38

  5. Larrons en foire

    ... process, underlining the unpredictable behaviour of the material when heated. Working mainly in sculpture for nearly 20 years, ... Fortier’s work has been the subject of several solo and group exhibitions. In 2007 he participated in the exhibition La tête au ...

    Marie-Anne - 09/27/2011 - 16:57

  6. Summary 80

    ... also address artists’ re-imagining of functional space and material or embodied experience. ANDREA WILLIAMSON Skilled Workers ... Active since 2003, the Chapuisat Brothers form a group of varying size, specialized in in-situ interventions consisting of ...

    Catherine - 01/14/2014 - 11:26

  7. Dossier | Gianni Motti - The Great Menace

    ... it is sure to have considerable impact, as much by the material damage produced and lives destroyed as by the media exposure it ... transformed into a corridor devoid of artworks, he had a group of mediators tell visitors about his art productions. Thus, art is no ...

    Catherine - 04/15/2015 - 15:45

  8. Haus der Kunst, Munich, We would be floating away from the dirty past, Laure Prouvost

    ... it is integral to view Haus der Kunst as its primary source material. In dramatizing a transformation of the museum, Prouvost underscores ... of feminist artworks like Yoko Ono’s Touch Poem for Group of People (1963), a one-line imperative to “Touch each other.” In ...

    jeremi - 01/11/2017 - 11:24

  9. Haus der Kunst, Munich, We would be floating away from the dirty past, Laure Prouvost

    ... it is integral to view Haus der Kunst as its primary source material. In dramatizing a transformation of the museum, Prouvost underscores ... of feminist artworks like Yoko Ono’s Touch Poem for Group of People (1963), a one-line imperative to “Touch each other.” In ...

    jeremi - 01/11/2017 - 12:09

  10. Dossier | Adonis Flores: Between Archetype and Heresy

    ... in Cuban thought according to which Cuba largely exceeds its material base. Such examples disclose a disproportion between the country ... in order to make the Other into a coherent, marginalized group. Lotman recalls the various ways that some vulnerable social groups are ...

    jeremi - 10/22/2014 - 17:15

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