9781886449398

Gary Hill: Hand Heard : Liminal Objects

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  • ISBN13:

    9781886449398

  • ISBN10:

    1886449392

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1997-02-01
  • Publisher: Midpoint Trade Books Inc
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Summary

This essay, discussing a two-part installation at Galerie des Archives in Paris by the internationally celebrated artist, Gary Hill, explores the enigmatic nature of the work of art as an object and of objects in general, as such issues pertain to Hill's work and these installations in particular. The text is by two well-known poet/artists who have a long history of association and collaboration with Gary Hill. This book is handsomely illustrated with photographs of the installation and other relevant works by Hill and is presented in a bilingual, French-English edition.Excerpts from the text:"There are works of art that require initiation. This does not mean that they require explanation, special consensus, or any other prescriptive bearing. It does mean that one must discover an appropriate mode of entry which is more than informational. This can involve radical reorientation, as in the case of HanD HearD, which directly (but non-coercively) introduces us to the posture of awareness appropriate to our participation in the piece."Considering more particularly the piece HanD HearD, we discover that its way of being a text imposes nothing on the mind, yet it offers an image (a hand in front of a person's face) as a possible posture of awareness. And because the "text" has no "content" other than this posture, it grants the participant direct access from the beginning."

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