Traces of a City in the Spaces Between Some People.

Resource type
Date created
1992
Authors/Contributors
Abstract
"Traces of a City in the Spaces Between Some People" is a catalogue designed by Allyson Clay and David MacWilliam to accompany the eponymous exhibition, curated by Greg Bellerby, at the Charles H. Scott Gallery, Emily Carr College of Art & Design, from June 4-July 12, 1992. The catalogue essay by Joan Borsa titled “The Parody of Her Own Disguises” contextualizes Clay’s work and elucidates her material and conceptual strategies. It also draws upon other writings about Clay’s work to show how different interpretations, not only of Clay’s work but of art generally, create unstable discourses that call for reexamination and deconstruction.
Document
Description
Exhibition: Charles H. Scott Gallery, Traces of a City in the Spaces Between Some People, Vancouver, British Columbia, 1992Material: heavy weight paper.
Extent
6 inches square
Copyright statement
Copyright is held by the author(s).
Scholarly level
Peer reviewed?
No
Language
Member of collection