Jessica Stockholder: Kissing the Wall: Works 1988-2003

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Through her use of color and assemblage, Jessica Stockholder challenges familiar generic boundaries between painting and sculpture, while de-familiarizing the experience of the exhibition space--not to mention giving the impression of a K-Mart store that's been bulldozed by a group of feminist abstract expressionists. In 1988, Stockholder created the self-contained assemblage Kissing the Wall No. 2 an old-fashion projector screen wrapped in newspaper and plaster that stands like a bad child facing a florescent ...
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2004 Cloth New in Fine Condition jacket 96 pp., 75 illustrations in color. Edited by Nancy Doll and Terrie Sultan. Additional essays by Elspeth Carruthers and Miwon Kwon. ... Published on the occasion of the exhibition from the Blaffer Gallery, The Art Museum of the University of Houston, Houston TX September 18-November 21, 2004 and the Weatherspoon Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro NC February 13-May 8, 2005. Artist's acknowledgments, annotated chronology, selected exhibitions and publications and index. Read more Show Less

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Through her use of color and assemblage, Jessica Stockholder challenges familiar generic boundaries between painting and sculpture, while de-familiarizing the experience of the exhibition space--not to mention giving the impression of a K-Mart store that's been bulldozed by a group of feminist abstract expressionists. In 1988, Stockholder created the self-contained assemblage Kissing the Wall No. 2 an old-fashion projector screen wrapped in newspaper and plaster that stands like a bad child facing a florescent lamp secured to the wall. This seminal work, from which this exhibition and catalogue take their name, uses the gallery wall as a screen kissed by various objects in what the artist calls "an emotionally charged event." This work, in which found objects become actors in the drama of space and color, is exemplary of the many objects gathered together for this retrospective look at Stockholder's self-contained assemblages since 1988. Includes an interview with the artist, scholarly essays, an annotated chronology and a detailed exhibition and publication history.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780941193221
  • Publisher: Marquand Books, Inc./Blaffer Gallery/Weatherspoon Art Museum
  • Publication date: 9/15/2004
  • Pages: 95
  • Product dimensions: 9.26 (w) x 11.58 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction and acknowledgments 7
Interview with Jessica Stockholder 11
Circuitio, memory, and the medieval mapping of space 23
Promiscuity of space : some thoughts on Jessica Stockholder's scenographic compositions 33
Plates 38
Annotated chronology 69
Selected exhibitions and publications, 1982-2003 80
Artist's acknowledgments 90
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