Julie Andreyev : Stereoscope

Mahovsky, Trevor and Brown, Lorna. Julie Andreyev : Stereoscope. Vancouver, BC: Artspeak Gallery, 2001.

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Abstract (English)

Mahovsky’s essay on Andreyev’s “Stereoscope” installation – a room-sized tableau incorporating mirrors and life-size colour photographs of a video arcade in Burnaby, B.C. – outlines the history of photographic stereoscopes, while linking them to contemporary visual culture. The author suggests Andreyev’s resistant use of visual culture counters the fragmentation and alienation experienced by the modern subject by foregrounding the tension between attention and distraction experienced by the spectator. Numerous references are made to Jonathan Crary’s theories on the disciplinary rationalization of visual experience. Biographical notes. 30 bibl. ref.

Types: Exhibition ephemera ; Brochures, booklets, leaflets, pamphlets
All Contributors: Mahovsky, Trevor (Author); Brown, Lorna (Curator); Brown, Lorna (Author)
Dossier: 410 - ANDREYEV, JULIE
Collation: [22] p. : 10 ill. (3 col.) ; 21 x 12 cm
ISBN: 0921394349
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Vancouver, BC: Artspeak Gallery
Artists: Andreyev, Julie
Critics / Curators / Historians: Brown, Lorna
Event Statement: Exhibition dates : 9 June - 21 July, Artspeak Gallery (Vancouver).
Keywords: VISION; STEREOSCOPE
Deposited by: Users 1 not found.
Date Deposited: 11 Apr 2002
Last Modified: 13 Apr 2012 17:18
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/14481
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