Mapping the Body

Lacayo, Jessie. Mapping the Body. Victoria, BC: Open Space Arts Society, 2001.

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Abstract (English)

Booklet documenting a two-part group exhibition comprised of works by eight artists dealing with the body. Lacayo's curatorial text situates the artists' works within discourses concerning technologies of the body and relationships between body/environment. Her interviews with the artists highight the following issues: process, alienation, gesture, the grotesque. Includes brief biographical notes. 1 bibl. ref.

Types: Exhibition ephemera ; Brochures, booklets, leaflets, pamphlets
All Contributors: Lacayo, Jessie (Curator); Lacayo, Jessie (Author); Lacayo, Jessie (Interviewer); Mark, Kelly (Artist); Mark, Kelly (Interviewee); Peart, Wendy (Artist); Peart, Wendy (Interviewee); Ralph, Karen (Artist); Ralph, Karen (Interviewee); Rynard, Su (Artist); Rynard, Su (Interviewee); Jones, Barrie (Artist); Jones, Barrie (Interviewee); Khalsa, Har-Prakash (Artist); Khalsa, Har-Prakash (Interviewee); Mees, Monique (Artist); Mees, Monique (Interviewee); Pien, Ed (Artist); Pien, Ed (Interviewee)
Dossier: 353 - OPEN SPACE GALLERY (Victoria)
Collation: [16] p. : 26 ill. (8 col.) ; 26 x 14 cm
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Victoria, BC: Open Space Arts Society
Artists: Jones, Barrie; Khalsa, Har-Prakash; Mark, Kelly; Mees, Monique; Peart, Wendy; Pien, Ed; Ralph, Karen; Rynard, Su
Critics / Curators / Historians: Lacayo, Jessie
Art Organizations: Open Space Gallery (Victoria)
Event Statement: Exhibition dates: Part One: 2 - 24 Mar. 2001 ; Part Two: 6 - 28 Apr. 2001, Open Space Gallery (Victoria).
Keywords: MULTIDISCIPLINARITY; BODY; ALIENATION; GESTURE; PROCESS; GROTESQUE; FEMALE BODY; BERLIN
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Date Deposited: 21 Sep 2006
Last Modified: 13 Apr 2012 21:49
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/15222
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