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Planned Peasanthood

Artist
Holly Ward
Price
$20.00
Date
2018
Publisher
Kamloops Art Gallery
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
97819895497885
Size
17 × 17 cm
Genre
Catalogue, Contemporary Art
Description

Holly Ward’s Planned Peasanthood is an ongoing interdisciplinary artist project that examines the historical figure of the peasant worker in relation to the contemporary subject. The project explores interconnected themes of self-reliance and land-based practices as modes of resistance.

The aim with this project is to offer speculative frameworks through which to re-imagine our inherent self-determination, ingenuity and collective resilience. Sculptural works, publicly situated interventions and this book are a few of the material outcomes of this artistic inquiry.

This full colour publication was produced following the exhibition Holly Ward: Planned Peasanthood at the Kamloops Art Gallery September 16 to November 4, 2017. The publication includes work from the exhibition and related works from Ward’s ongoing interdisciplinary project, with a limited edition screen-printed dust-jacket by the artist, with assistance from Wendy Tokaryk, Banff Centre for the Arts.

  1. Planned Peasanthood
 

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