Bibliographic Details

About to happen / Cecilia Vicuña.

Author / Creator Vicuña, Cecilia. artist, translator.
Uniform title Works. Selections
Edition First edition.
Imprint New Orleans, LA : Contemporary Arts Center ; Catskill, NY : Siglio, [2017]
New York, NY : D.A.P./Artbook
©2017
Description 153 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 20 cm
Language English
Subject Vicuña, Cecilia -- Exhibitions.
Vicuña, Cecilia -- Interviews.
Vicuña, Cecilia.
Conceptual art -- Chile -- Exhibitions.
Art, Chilean -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.
Climatic changes -- In art.
Art, Chilean.
Conceptual art.
Chile.
Exhibition catalogs.
Exhibition catalogs.
Interviews.
Format Print, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11041686
Other authors / contributors Bryan-Wilson, Julia, contributor.
Andersson, Andrea, contributor.
Contemporary Arts Center (New Orleans, La.), host institution, issuing body.
Siglio Press, issuing body.
ISBN 9781938221156
193822115X
Notes Published in conjunction with the exhibition held at the Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans, March 16-June 18, 2017, co-curated by Andrea Andersson and Julia Bryan-Wilson.
"This artist's book is the second in a collaborative series between the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans and Siglio in which artists are invited to intervene in the history and space of the book in conuunction with a solo exhibition at the CAC." -- Page 152
Includes contributions by Julia Bryan-Wilson, Andrea Andersson, Lucy Lippard and Macarena Gómez-Barris.
Contains bibliographical references.
Summary "Cecilia Vicuña: About to Happen traces the artist's long career to stage a conversation about discarded and displaced people, places, and things in a time of global climate change. The first major U.S. solo exhibition of the influential Chilean-born artist is comprised of Vicuña's multidisciplinary work in performance, sculpture, drawing, video, text, and site-specific installations over the course of the past 40 years. Reframing dematerialization as both a formal consequence of 1960s conceptualism and radical climate change-the exhibition examines a process that shapes public memory and responsibility. Operating fluidly between concept and craft, text and textile, Vicuña's practice weaves together disparate disciplines as well as communities-with shared relationships to land and sea, and to the economic and environmental disparities of the 21st century."

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Call Number: N6669.V52 A4 2017

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