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Luis Jacob: Towards a Theory of Impressionist and Expressionist Spectatorship

Artist
Luis Jacob
Date
2009
Publisher
Walther Konig
Format
Catalogues
Details
Softcover
ISBN
9783865605795
Size
20.3 × 29.3 cm
Length
176 
Description

Jacob’s installation “Habitat,” detailed here, was realized in 2005 at Toronto’s Art Gallery of Ontario. The extensive work comprises six interconnecting rooms for meeting, yoga, DJ-ing, reading, sleep and one devoted to the contrast between hard and soft, which feature ceramic objects presented under museum vitrines.

Luis Jacob’s work can be read as metaphors for de-hierarchization, coexistence, and universality. A habitat in anthropology designates ageographical region as dwelling place or settlement area of aparticular population group. Biologically, a habitat considered as a characteristic dwelling place or location may consist of several biotopes. Conversely, a biotope may support several habitats. In this sense the exhibition title references a potential community of individuals living with or alongside each other.

Edited by Meike Brehm. Text by Yilmaz Dziewior.

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