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Title Public [videorecording].

Imprint [Boston] : Aspect Magazine, c2009.


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 GDL Brand Library Storage DVD    ASPE PUB    Available
Description 1 videodisc (ca. 85 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Aspect, the chronicle of new media art ; vol. 13
Aspect (Boston, Mass.) ; v. 13.
Contents Zero degree (4:49, public intervention) / Nelé Azevedo -- W.T.L.F.P.C.A.P.T.O.T.L. (15:00, public intervention) / John Osorio Buck and Matthew Ward -- Busycle (ca. 6 min., public intervention) / Heather Clark and Matthew Mazzotta -- Chance (12:52 performance and installation) / Robert Ladislas Derr -- Community collaboration (14:30, public intervention) / Suzanne Hagood -- Natural car alarms (1:59, public project) / Nina Katchadourian -- GPS projects (9:44, performance, video, animation) / Thorsten Knaub -- Deep wounds (4:19, interactive installation) / Brian Knep -- The ghost of Liberty Street Church (9:14, installation) / Spectres of Liberty.
Summary Works by Néle Azevedo, John Osorio Buck & Matthew Ward, Heather Clark & Matthew Mazzotta, Robert Ladislas Derr, Suzanne Hagood, Nina Katchadourian, Thorsten Knaub, Brian Knep, and the Spectres of Liberty (Olivia Robinson, Josh MacPhee, & Dara Greenwald). The pieces are accompanied by optional audio commentary by: Verena Rose, researcher and historian; Laura Donaldson, independent curator; Andi Sutton, artist and curator; Bill Arning, Director, Contemporary Art Museum Houston; Kelly Wacker, artist and professor; Mary Ceruti, Chief Curator at Sculpture Center; Pau Waelder, critic, curator, writer and researcher; George Fifield, media arts curator, writer, researcher, and educator; and Ryan Griffis, artist, writer, and educator.
"This issue presents nine time-based works positioned within civic space, around the world that are accessible to all. From ephemeral to monumental, these works engage diverse audiences and expand the notion of public art in a broader social context. The collection includes direct response to traditional statuary, works which relate technology to human experience and the natural world, exploration led by chance, community involvement, and works which reveal personal and cultural divides within public memory and architectural history. Public art has the power to heighten awareness, question assumptions, transform a landscape, express community values, and provoke controversy"--Publisher's web site.
System Details DVD.
Subject Video art.
Multimedia (Art)
Performance art.
Art, Modern -- 21st century.
Genre/Form Documenary films.
Added Author Mittelman, Michael.
Azevedo, Néle.
Osorio-Buck, John.
Ward, Matthew, 1976-
Clark, Heather.
Mazzotta, Matthew.
Derr, Robert Ladislas.
Hagood, Suzanne.
Katchadourian, Nina.
Knaub, Thorsten.
Knep, Brian.
Spectres of Liberty.
Added Title Zero degree.
Community collaboration.
Natural car alarms.
GPS projects.
Deep wounds.
Ghost of Liberty Street Church.
ISBN 0981520839
Standard No. 884501141093

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