Kristan Horton

Portis, Ben and Adler, Dan and Shaughnessy, Jonathan. Kristan Horton. London, England: Black Dog Publishing, 2015.

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Abstract (English)

"A predominantly visual monograph, the book traces Horton’s multimedia practice, encompassing improvised sculpture, animation and set design—exploring, in art critic Matthew Higgs’ words, “the fundamental pleasures of making and unmaking”. Horton’s concern with issues of consumer culture—particularly in the field of film—has informed his experimentation with commonplace and everyday objects, and the limits of technology in relation to representation. He explores the conflicted relationship between high and low cultures, issues of translation, imitation and transformation, and his self-referential work reflects and draws on a dark personal sense of humour." -- Publisher's website.

Types: Monographs
All Contributors: Portis, Ben (Author); Adler, Dan (Author); Shaughnessy, Jonathan (Author)
Dossier: 410 - Horton, Kristan
Collation: 182 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm
ISBN: 9781908966872
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: London, England: Black Dog Publishing
Artists: Horton, Kristan
Keywords: EXPERIMENTATION; TECHNOLOGY; BRICOLAGE; EVERYDAY OBJECT
Copyright Statement: Black Dog Publishing
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Includes biographical notes p. 172 - p.175.
Includes bibliographical references.

Deposited by: Contractuel JCT
Date Deposited: 28 Sep 2016 21:34
Last Modified: 28 Sep 2016 21:34
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/27744
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