Bare house = Nu̇t͡sgėn baĭshin /

The Bare house project emerged from another exhibition exchange project, Mongolia: Perception and Utopia, realized between 2005 and 2008, also in Mongolia and Finland. While the first project focused on the merging of experiencing the 'real' Mongolia with the 'ideal' images both...

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Imprint:Pori : Pori Art Museum, 2012.
©2012.
Description:200 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm. + 1 DVD.
Language:English
Mongolian
Series:ART + DESIGN + ARCHITECTURE, 1799-4853 ; 4/2011
Pori Art Museum Publications, 0359-4327 ; 105
Art + Design + Architecture ; 2011/4.
Porin taidemuseon julkaisuja ; 105.
Subject:Architecture -- Mongolia -- Exhibitions.
Architecture in art -- Exhibitions.
Art -- Mongolia -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.
Installations (Art) -- Mongolia -- Exhibitions.
Art, Mongolian -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.
Performance art -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.
Art -- Netherlands -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.
Art -- Finland -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.
Architecture.
Architecture in art.
Art.
Art, Mongolian.
Installations (Art)
Performance art.
Finland.
Mongolia.
Netherlands.
Exhibition catalogs.
Format: Video Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/8842602
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Varying Form of Title:Bare house : pori, rotterdam, ulaanbaatar = Nu̇t͡sgen baĭshin : pori, rotterdam, ulaanbaatar
Nu̇t͡sgen baĭshin : pori, rotterdam, ulaanbaatar
Other authors / contributors:Wilenius, Annu, 1974-
Porin taidemuseo.
ISBN:9789525648249
9525648249
Notes:English and Mongolian.
Summary:The Bare house project emerged from another exhibition exchange project, Mongolia: Perception and Utopia, realized between 2005 and 2008, also in Mongolia and Finland. While the first project focused on the merging of experiencing the 'real' Mongolia with the 'ideal' images both Mongolians and Westerners held about it, the current project focuses on the built environment, and especially on the tensions created by the recent urbanisation processes in Mongolia. The artists and architects featured in the project come from Finland, Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia, Canada and Mongolia. Most of the works were created during artist residencies in Mongolia, the Netherlands and Finland between 2008 and 2010. The exhibition took place at Pori Art Museum, Poriginal Gallery, and The Old Cotton Mill in Pori. In this publication, the works of the participating artists and architects are presented, through visual documentations and texts, a DVD publication is included with video material, or excerpts thereof, from several of the pieces. The works are ordered, not alphabetically according to their authors, but in an overlapping and looping thematic way. Four essays follow this presentation of works.

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