Genres
45 RPM
4
Activism
22
Anthology
24
Architecture
43
Art History
56
Art Metropole Edition
67
Arts Writing
73
Audio
6
Autobiography
6
Bag
12
Beach Towel
4
Book
11
Booklet
8
Books on Books
15
Box set
5
Buttons
7
Calendar
7
Canadian
81
Card
6
Cassette
45
Catalogue
79
CD
124
Ceramics
27
Chapbook
5
Collaboration
6
Collage
37
Collection
5
Comic
37
Concrete Poetry
6
Contemporary Art
314
Conversations
46
Cooking
5
Creative Writing
30
Criticism
153
Culture
23
Dance
4
Design
18
Digital
5
Drawing
63
DVD
7
Enamel Pin
7
Environment
6
Ephemera
11
Essays
176
Every Day Objects
35
Fashion
34
Feminist Theory
12
Fiction
40
Film
28
Film/Video
7
Flexidisc
6
Flip-book
8
Food
10
Found Images
6
Fundraiser
10
Glassware
15
Graphic Design
10
Graphic Novel
5
Handmade
9
History
19
Illustration
163
Indigenous Art
6
Installation Art
23
Institutional Critique
5
International
28
Interview
70
Invitation
5
Jewellery
21
Journal
9
Literature
32
Lithograph
6
LP
8
Mail Art
13
Manual
4
Memoir
5
Monograph
33
Mug
8
Multiple
40
Music
27
New Media
25
Newsprint
20
Notebook
5
Out of Print & Rare
34
Painting
59
Pamphlet
5
Patch
16
Performance Art
44
Periodical
22
Personal Texts
16
Philosophy
4
Photocopy
67
Photography
412
Pin
13
Poetry
134
Politics
34
Postcard
24
Poster
18
Print
65
Queer
22
Retrospective
8
Reviews
20
Risograph
101
Scarves
4
Screenprint
35
Sculpture
43
Self-Published
8
Short Stories
13
Silkscreen
14
Soap
7
Social Practice
4
Special Edition
11
Sticker
6
Sweatshirt
5
Tee-shirt
44
Text-Based Practice
15
Textile
11
Theory
110
Tote bag
27
Translation
4
Travel
11
Unique Edition
13
Video Art
7
Vinyl Record
53
Wearable
8
Zines
33

Shop > Artists' Books

#09628

And so, the animal looked back....

Artists
Alex Wolfson and Bojana Stancic
Price
$15.00
Date
2011
Publisher
Art Gallery of York University
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
ISBN
978-0-921972-62-4
Size
12.7 × 23 × 0.6 cm
Length
72 
Description

Take two theatrical plays, mix liberally with a gallery installation. Add a short story. The end result? The coming apocalypse or the one we just experienced; a theatrical production or a gallery installation? Six of one, half dozen of the other. Considering Wolfson and Stancic’s hybrid theatrical event/exhibition installation in the Fall of 2010, it only makes sense that this exhibition catalogue is itself equally split: a script, a catalogue, and/or an artists’ book. It’s not for us to decide. In any case, texts by Alex Wolfson, Philip Monk, and Emelie Chhangur. Illustrations by Ken Ogawa. Design by Michael Maranda.


EXHP
  1. And so, the animal looked back....
 

Related Items

  1. Oliver Husain: Spoiler Alert
  2. Animal Spirits
  3. Filipe Casaca: Blue Mud Swamp
  4. Diane Borsato
  5. Yona Friedman: Petit Bestiaire 1962-81
  6. Dave Allen: It Swung Back and Forth, Back and Forth Until Forever

Then It Stopped and It Howled Endlessly
  7. Friedrich Kunath: Alles Macht Weiter
  8. Susan Kordalewski: Things I Never Told You
  9. Eloisa Aquino: The Life and Times of Butch Dykes: Martina Navratilova
  10. John Bride: Illusory Self #4
  11. Liz Bowen: Sugarblood
  12. Melanie Counsell: Drinking Fountain:1998
  13. The Benefit of Friends Collected
  14. Stephen Gill: Hackney Wick
  15. Robert Morris: Hurting Horses
  16. Nicholas Frank: The Sound of the Horn
  17. Hannah Rickards: Grey Light. Left and right back, high up, two small windows
  18. Tony Oursler: The Influence Machine
  19. Robert Kinmount: Robert Kinmont
  20. Alex Turgeon: Patagonia
  21. Alex Lukas: 16 views from the far shore, looking east
  22. Alex Hanimann: Birdwatching
  23. Jamila Siddiqui: Alces & Esel: Featuring - “Domestic Disturbance“ & “Superman“
  24. Bill Burns: 0800.0FAUNA0FLORA
  25. Alex Turgeon: Listen
  26. Maryse Larivière: Hummzinger