Judith Barry : Projections : Mise en abyme

Wallis, Brian and Pakasaar, Helga. Judith Barry : Projections : Mise en abyme. Vancouver, BC: Presentation House Gallery, 1997.

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Abstract (English)

Published in conjunction with an exhibition consisting of two installations by Barry - "Model for Stage" and "Imagination, Dead Imagine" - , this book includes a critical essay on the artist's work by Wallis and a transcribed conversation between Barry, Wallis and Wigley. A wide range of topics are considered in relation to the artist's work: the psychological effects of public architecture; Barry's involvement with film, video and computers; relations between "haunted" space and memory; viewer interaction; site-specificity; etc. Includes list of works and illustrations. Biographical notes. 18 bibl. ref.

Types: Catalogues > Exhibition catalogues ; Monographs
All Contributors: Wallis, Brian (Author); Wallis, Brian (Interviewer); Wigley, Mark (Interviewer); Barry, Judith (Artist); Barry, Judith (Interviewee); Pakasaar, Helga (Curator); Pakasaar, Helga (Editor); Pakasaar, Helga (Author); Love, Karen (Editor)
Dossier: 420 - BARRY, JUDITH
Collation: 96 p. : 75 ill. ; 19 x 12 cm
ISBN: 0920293387
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Vancouver, BC: Presentation House Gallery
Artists: Barry, Judith
Critics / Curators / Historians: Pakasaar, Helga
Event Statement: Exhibition dates: 3 Mar. - 4 Apr. 1993, Presentation House Gallery (Vancouver).
Keywords: ARCHITECTURE; CINEMA; SPACE; SUBJECTIVITY; MEMORY; TECHNOLOGY; BODY, THE; HAUNTED SPACE; FANTASY; GENDER; IDENTITY; ORNAMENTATION; Le CORBUSIER, CHARLES-ÉDOUARD; ART NOUVEAU ARCHITECTURE
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Date Deposited: 12 Aug 1999
Last Modified: 13 Apr 2012 17:11
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/13305
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