Home Show

Brydon, Anne and Karlinsky, Amy. Home Show. Winnipeg, Man.: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2003.

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Abstract (English)

Exhibition catalogue featuring 18 contemporary artists working with photography, video, sculpture and installation. Brydon reflects on conflicting associations with "home" (homelessness, exile, nomadism, mortality, nostalgia, intimacy) and traces its etymology to reveal two main senses the word holds in modernity: as a physical place and a state of being. She interprets the artworks anthropologically. Karlinsky's descriptive analysis foregrounds the use of narrative in the show, and draws attention to themes of voyeurism, transformation, identity and relations between self/other and private/public. Biographical notes on the artists. List of works. 9 bibl. ref.

Types: Catalogues > Exhibition catalogues
All Contributors: Brydon, Anne (Author); Karlinsky, Amy (Author); Bovey, Patricia E. (Prefacer); MacDonald, Donald B. (Prefacer)
Dossier: 354 - WINNIPEG ART GALLERY (Winnipeg)
Collation: 95 p. : 35 ill. col. ; 24 x 16 cm
ISBN: 0889152195
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Winnipeg, Man.: Winnipeg Art Gallery
Artists: Akimoto, Shinobu; Cordova, William; Dempsey, Shawna + Millan, Lorri; Dyck, Richard; Erlich, Leandro; Giovinco, Steve; Hafkenscheid, Toni; Hansen, Mike; Hassan, Jamelie; Josephson, Gunilla; Letinsky, Laura; Neighbour, Lisa; Stillwell, Jennifer; Taylor-Wood, Sam; Wall, Jeff; Winch, Jeff; Zaatari, Akram
Critics / Curators / Historians: Patten, James
Art Organizations: Winnipeg Art Gallery (Winnipeg)
Event Statement: Exhibition dates: 12 Sept. - 26 Jan. 2003, The Winnipeg Art Gallery.
Keywords: HOME; MULTIDISCIPLINARITY; PLACE; MODERNITY; SELF; NARRATIVE; VOYEURISM; ANTHROPOLOGY; HOMELESSNESS; NOMADISM; PRIVATE/PUBLIC; IDENTITY; BANFF
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Date Deposited: 25 Aug 2006
Last Modified: 13 Apr 2012 21:59
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/16786
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