A group exhibition in which each artist was sent an identical oak wedge, to which they responded with new works, including sound, books, film/projection, photography, drawing, installation, and performance. the project was initiated and curated by Sophie Loss.
Sharon Kivland exhibited FOX & WEDGE, 2015 In a series of reflexive responses to a finely-made oak wedge: the wedge, now painted, performs its eponymous duty, holding open the pages of a French paperback edition of Capital by Karl Marx, the section on the commodity, chapter three. The book is placed on a small oak side table. The pages of the book are foxed. From under the table a stuffed fox emerges, trailing an antique silk negligée in its jaws. On the wall behind the table hangs a drawing in ink, framed in dark oak, a sketch of a woman wearing a negligée, in the style of a fashion illustration from the 1950s. She appears to be holding a red shape, poorly rendered, which is clearly intended to be the red wedge in the book on the table in front of it. The pink of the paper matches the colour of the material of the silk negligée.
|Research Institute, Centre or Group:||Cultural Communication and Computing Research Institute > Art and Design Research Centre|
|Deposited By:||Sharon Kivland|
|Deposited On:||08 May 2015 08:45|
|Last Modified:||08 May 2015 08:45|
KIVLAND, Sharon (2015). Re cover. [Show/Exhibition]
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