by Fortnum, Rebecca; Kane, Paula; Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (London, England); University of the Arts London.Publisher: [London] : eyeseefar, 2009.Description: 46 unnumbered pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 19 x 24 cm + 2 pamphlets.ISBN: 9781907186004.Other title: Studio wall.Subject(s): Kane, Paula | Artists' studios
Title from cover.Note: Includes bibliographical references.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Paula Kane: Studio Wall is the first in a series of books produced by ICFAR, RGAP (Research Group in Artists Publication) and IfCAR (Institute for Contemporary Arts Research, Zurich) as part of the research project 'How Art Thinks'. This project takes the idea of the artist's publication as one of several sites of enquiry, giving the reader insight into visual, material and intellectual processes of making and aims to find creative ways to document artists' decision-making, as well as listening and respondng to artists' narratives. Paula Kane's Studio Wall was first shown in gallery form as part of a solo exhibition at the Emily Tsingou Gallery in 2004. In its initial manifestation, the work assembled reference materials, reproductions, notes, sketches and drawings used in the making of her paintings. In re-thinking the work in book form, the artist has used this assemblage as a starting point, working with designer Marit Munzberg to generate an open textual-visual conversation and creating a narrative that indicates the paintings themselves as sites of enquiry.
"eyeseefar is an imprint of the International Centre for Fine Art Research, University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design" -- colophon.
Title from cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
Pamphlet essays include : 'Paula Kane's studio wall' by Ian Heywood and 'Lost in Leytonstone' by Mikey Cuddihy.