Art is all Over

Radul, Judy and Coupland, Douglas and Steiner, Shepherd and Lum, Ken and Burnett, Ron and Gigliotti, Carol and Cutler, Randy Lee and Clark, Michael and Laiwan. Art is all Over. Vancouver, BC: Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, 2001.

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Abstract (English)

This book, produced as part of the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design’s 75th anniversary celebration, includes texts by R. Burnett, Radul, Coupland, Steiner and K. Lum, an email discussion between C. Gigliotti, Laiwan and R.L. Cutler, as well as artists’ pages by 35 designers and artists who have attended the school. Burnett’s essay centres on the relationship between art practice and geography. His reflections on the future of independent art schools focus on the need for a new learning paradigm and the value of “gaps” within the educational system’s communicative space. Radul’s essay is concerned with performance as a mode of learning (in and out of the art school environment). Coupland considers how Vancouver’s demographics influence the artists living in the area, while Steiner describes changes in Vancouver’s weather as an allegorical reference to the West Coast’s changing cultural climate. Lum discusses his personal experiences of art school, drawing attention to the important role that art schools play in the development of contemporary art. The email discussion between Gigoliotti, Laiwan and Cutler addresses the following topics: the insistence of information technology, the crowding of cyberspace, superabundance on the WWW and cultural contagion. Includes an illustrated chronology of ECIAD events from 1925-2000, a list of faculty members and sessional instructors, selected responses to a 75th Anniversary Questionnaire and brief biographical notes on authors. 21 bibl. ref.

Types: Anthologies, essays, collections ; Artists' publications > Artists' books
All Contributors: Radul, Judy (Author); Coupland, Douglas (Author); Steiner, Shepherd (Author); Lum, Ken (Author); Burnett, Ron (Author); Gigliotti, Carol (Author); Cutler, Randy Lee (Author); Clark, Michael (Author); Laiwan
Dossier: 321 - EMILY CARR INSTITUTE OF ART AND DESIGN (Vancouver, BC)
Collation: 166 p. : circa 120 ill. coul. ; 21 x 18 cm
ISBN: 0921356226
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Vancouver, BC: Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design
Artists: Acconci, Vito; Terada, Ron; Gergley, Chris; Vivian, Eliot; Duff, Tagny; Gillmore, Graham; Whittome, Irene F.; Magor, Liz; Brown, Catherine; Dowad, Bruce; Davidson, Robert; Smith, Gordon; Douglas, Stan; Chappelle, Shawn; Arden, Roy; Wedman, Neil; Jungen, Brian; Laiwan; Haraldsson, Arni; Wood, Kelly; Dixon, Chris; Hatch, Jeremy; Laq, Laura Wee Lay; Yuxweluptun, Lawrence Paul; Chang, Simon; Tilby, Wendy; Forbis, Amanda; Walters, Kathryn; Yoon, Jin-Me; Farmer, Geoffrey; Gallant, Brian; Kerbel, Janice; Morris, Michael; Trasov, Vincent; Sakurai, Kenn; O'regan, Dave
Art Organizations: Emily Carr Institute Of Art And Design (Vancouver, BC)
Event Statement: Published on the occasion of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design (Vancouver).
Keywords: ART SCHOOL; PERFORMANCE; CYBERSPACE; DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY; LEARNING; EMILY CARR INSTITUTE OF ART AND DESIGN (Vancouver); VANCOUVER
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Date Deposited: 11 Apr 2002
Last Modified: 12 Jul 2012 18:00
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/14331
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