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#11130

16 Sculptures

Artist
Travis Jeppesen
Price
$22.00
Date
2014
Publisher
Publication Studio Vancouver
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
9781624620553
Size
13 × 9 × 0.8 cm
Length
89 
Description

16 Sculptures is a book of Travis Jeppesen’s writings for the Whitney Biennial 2014. In his installation 16 Sculptures, visitors—sitting while blindfolded—listen to recordings of Jeppesen reading his object-oriented re-creations of sculptures. Depriving us of our usual faculties for experiencing works of art—sight and visual-spatial reasoning—Jeppesen’s texts instead stage an encounter with objects through language that nonetheless retains the texture of embodied, physical experience, an imaginative realm in which he attempts to summon the autonomous essences and interior lives of objects themselves.

  1. 16 Sculptures
 

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