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Nobody's Property: Art, Land, Space, 2000-2010

by Kelly Baum, Yates McKee, Uriel Abulof, Alexander J. Bacon, Rachael Z. DeLue et al Princeton University Art Museum
Pub Date:
11/2010
ISBN:
9780300149289
Format:
Hbk 144 pages
Price:
AU$79.00 NZ$82.61
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This generously illustrated volume surveys a new chapter in the history of environmental art, one in which space, geopolitics, human relations, urbanism, and utopian dreamwork play as important a role as, if not more than, raw earth. Discussed are case studies by seven artists and two artist teamsJennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, Francis Als, Yael Bartana, Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, Emre Hner, Andrea Geyer, Matthew Day Jackson, Lucy Raven, and Santiago Sierra. While some of these artists explore historical and symbolic configurations of space, others parse the social, legal, and economic conditions of specific land-sites, including the Navajo Nation, the island of Vieques, the border town of Juarez, and the cities of Tongling, Jerusalem, and Beirut.Not confined to the displacement of matter, these artists employ a wide range of media, such as performance, animation, assemblage, and photography.
'Highly recommended.'J. Natal, Choice J. Natal Choice
Kelly Baum is the Haskell Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Princeton University Art Museum.