- September 6, 1997 to September 28, 1997
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date | 12 ProgramsDates 1997
- July 29, 1997 to August 14, 1997
On July 29th, Reeve will present a lecture exploring the man-nature relationship from the perspective of the visual arts. Whilst Reeve pays respect to an understanding of the historical and social cration of the so-called man-nature understanding of the historical and social creation of the so-called man-nature paradox, indeed of the category 'nature' itself, her main aim in this lecture is to highlight both the pitfalls and potential strengths for contemporary artists taking the natural environment as their subject. The lecture will also include some explanation of Reeve's own methodology in creating performances and static works which explore nature and potential language forms laid in its services.
By Hester Reeve
- March 18, 1997 to April 5, 1997
In "Transvisceral Borders", I use the human skin as a metaphorical magnet, to gather opposing elements from within the human psyche. The skin's ambiguous role as "link" and "barrier" to the external world, universally draws physical reaction and mental reflection. "Transvisceral Borders" probes the shadows between fascination and abhorence, between instinct and ethics. Like Entrapment I and II (shown in the video), this project continues to explore the duality in human nature.
By Haruko Okano