The Prayer Language : Kent Monkman

Monkman, Kent and Fragnito, Skawennati Tricia. The Prayer Language : Kent Monkman. Hull, Qc.: Indian and Inuit Art Gallery, 2001.

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Abstract (English)

"I am interested in how the discourse about, and practise of, sexuality and touch relate to hierarchy, dominion and subordination. I am currently exploring the correlation of Eros and conquest to European and Native American contact in my new series of paintings, The Prayer Language. In [this new series], I transcribe Cree syllabic translations of Christian hymns into multiple layers of semi-transparent acrylic paint. Suspended between these layers are organic forms, at times resembling the figure or organs of the body. [...]" -- p. [1].

Types: Catalogues > Exhibition catalogues ; Brochures, booklets, leaflets, pamphlets
All Contributors: Monkman, Kent (Author); Fragnito, Skawennati Tricia (Author)
Dossier: 410 - MONKMAN, KENT
Collation: [16] p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Hull, Qc.: Indian and Inuit Art Gallery
Artists: Monkman, Kent
Critics / Curators / Historians: Fragnito, Skawennati Tricia
Event Title: Kent Monkman : The Prayer Language
Type: Exhibition
Location: Indian and Inuit Art Gallery of the Indian Art Center, Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (Hull, QC)
Dates: 11 Oct. - 22 Nov. 2001
Keywords: EROTICISM; SEXUALITY; PAINTING; ABORIGINAL PEOPLES
Copyright Statement: Kent Monkman; Indian and Inuit Art Gallery, Hull, Quebec
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Includes an artist CV.
Includes contributors' biographical notes.
Produced in the context of the Artist in Residence Program/Fine Arts Aquisition Program of the Indian and Inuit Art Gallery.

Deposited by: Artexte Catalogueur
Date Deposited: 22 May 2019 19:12
Last Modified: 22 May 2019 19:13
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/30504
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