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Wildflowers of Manitoba

Artists
Noam Gonick and Luis Jacob
Price
$20.00
Date
2008
Publisher
Illingworth Kerr Gallery
Format
Catalogues
Details
Softcover
ISBN
1-895086-21-3
Size
35.5 × 43 cm
Length
43 
Description

Wildflowers of Manitoba is a performative installation of still and moving images, recorded sound, pensive young actors, ephemera and, often, a contemplative, voyeuristic audience. It is an installation that for all intents and purposes could only originate on the spiritually resonant shores of Beaconia Beach, Lake Winnipeg, Canada. Wildflowers of Manitoba is an artistic statement on the contradictions of, and generational currents of resistance to, prescribed modern values and border issues.

This catalogue documents the project and exhibition. With an introduction by Wayne Baerwaldt and interview with the artists by Sean Mason.

 

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