date | 14 ProgramsDates 1998
- May 26, 1998 to June 20, 1998
The exhibition I am currently working on will include respresentations of all SSRI's on the market. They will be carved in plaster and stone, replicated through casting and exhibited in mounds on the floor.
By Colleen Wolstenholme
- Curated by Robin Peck
- May 5, 1998 to May 23, 1998
The artist is a white male, heterosexual, and judging by the surroundings, also middle class or more likely the dissatisfied heir of the middle class. Many of the references here are from black culture recognizing the huge influence African Americans have asserted in North American culture. The perfectly quoted Miles Davis or James Brown record covers sit like altars in these rooms. But the newspapers and magazines often tell a very different story.
By David Ostrem
- Curated by Donna Hagerman
- April 7, 1998
The concept of a suitcase is always associated with one's private lifestyle, and a transparent suitcase appearing in a public place makes us feel uneasy. What we shall see is a well designed and finely tailored item of clothing considered typically chinese according to Western ethnocentric views, which can safely become a symbolic resource for representing the situation or the identity of Chinese art (the new taxonomy of cultures created under the guise of Western promotion of multiculturalism priviliges this symbolic resource.)
By Paul Wong