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The Films and Videos of Jamelie Hassan

Artist
Jamelie Hassan
Price
$40.00
Date
2010
Publisher
PLATFORM
Format
Catalogues
Details
Softcover
ISBN
978-0-9867506-0-1
Size
20.5 × 27 cm
Length
99 
Description

Published as part of The Films and Videos of Jamelie Hassan, the first curated project to bring together and examine Hassan’s use of moving image art forms, this richly illustrated book represents an important new avenue of research into one of Canada’s most prominent artists. The catalogue examines in detail nine films and videos produced by Hassan over her career. These films and videos are discussed and contextualized within Hassan’s artistic practice through a series of texts – including an introduction by Julian Jason Haladyn, two major essays by Laura U. Marks and Miriam Jordan, along with an opening statement by the artist – as well as extensive visual documentation relating these works to the installations or projects from which they are derived. The Films and Videos of Jamelie Hassan is published by PLATFORM: Centre for Photographic and Digital Arts and Art Gallery of Windsor in association with Blue Medium Press.

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