Rose Nolan

Why Do We Do The Things We Do

2011

Eds.: Blair French, Robert Leonard

127 Pages

ISBN: 9781920781392

Melbourne artist, Rose Nolan traffics in and complicates forms, codes, and ideals founded in utopian strands of twentieth-century avant-gardism, particularly Russian constructivism. In 2008, she presented two full-gallery exhibitions, at Artspace, Sydney, and the IMA, both titled Why Do We Do The Things We Do. They incorporated works made in the previous six years, including paintings, banners, books, sculptures, photographs, videos, and found objects. The book documents both exhibitions and includes essays by Michael Graf, Ingrid Periz, and Blair French that range across the diversity of Nolan’s practice, reaching back to the early 1980s, and examining rarely discussed areas such as her photography.

Softcover. Edited by Blair French and Robert Leonard. Published by Artspace Sydney and Institute of Modern Art.  ISBN: 978-1-920781-39-2.

$20.00

In stock

Weight
305 g
Dimensions
21 × 1 × 15 cm

Melbourne artist, Rose Nolan traffics in and complicates forms, codes, and ideals founded in utopian strands of twentieth-century avant-gardism, particularly Russian constructivism. In 2008, she presented two full-gallery exhibitions, at Artspace, Sydney, and the IMA, both titled Why Do We Do The Things We Do. They incorporated works made in the previous six years, including paintings, banners, books, sculptures, photographs, videos, and found objects. The book documents both exhibitions and includes essays by Michael Graf, Ingrid Periz, and Blair French that range across the diversity of Nolan’s practice, reaching back to the early 1980s, and examining rarely discussed areas such as her photography.

Softcover. Edited by Blair French and Robert Leonard. Published by Artspace Sydney and Institute of Modern Art.  ISBN: 978-1-920781-39-2.

Weight305 g
Dimensions21 × 1 × 15 cm

$20.00

In stock