Quotations Used On This Site
Maria: From and unpublished interview with Rebecca Sinker, London, 1999.
James: The Evidence of Things Not Seen, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New
York 1985. p.xv
Patrick and Martin, Paul authors of Design for a Life, Cape, London,
1999, quoted in The Guardian, August 31st 1999.
Joseph: Not Just A Few Are Called But Everyone, article published in
Studio International, vol. 184, no. 950, London, Dec. 1972. pp 226-8
William S: My Education: a book of dreams, Picador, London 1995. p34
Sophie: Talking Art 1, ed Adrian Searle, ICA publication, London 1993.
Sophie: La Visite Guidée, Boymans-van Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam
Eddie: "History and Identity: seven painters", from the exhibition
catalogue, written and curated by Chambers, 1991. Quoted in Annotations 5.
Run Through the Jungle: Selected Writings by Eddie Chambers, inIVA, London,
1999. p 98.
Mohini: "Cannibals and Coolies: Notions of fixity, colonial vision and
identity in contemporary art practice." in Radical Postures, Eds
Shaheen Merali and Jeremy Mulvey, Panchayat, London, 1995, p27 and p32
Judith: Paula Rego, The Tate Gallery, 1997, p121.
Matthew: This is Modern Art, book to accompany the Channel Four TV series,
Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1999, p184.
Kevin: The Green Children, (from an Olde Englishe traditional tale) Macmillan,
Sean: Black and White Moves, Black and White Stills in Make magazine,
No. 78, Dec 97 - Feb 98.
in Fields of Play: work and play, part 3 of a five part series on BBC
1, produced and directed by Mike Dibb, 1979
Doherty, Claire: article on Wendy McMurdo in Portfolio Magazine, Vol ..........,
Doherty, Willie: in an interview with Tim Maul in the Journal of Contemporary
Art, Vol 7.2, New York, 1995
Durham, Jimmie: in Contemporary Art and Multicultural Education, eds
S.Cahan and Z. Kocur New Museum of Contemporary Art and Routledge, New York,
Tom on Mari Mahr in: A Few Days in Geneva, Travelling Light, London,
Fisher, Jean: Gabriel Orozco, The Kanaal Art Foundation, 1993, p15.
Fusco, Coco: English is Broken Here, The New Press, New York, 1995, pX.
Fusco, Coco: Lets Get it On:the politicsof Black Performance, ed. Catherine
Ugwu, The ICA, London, 1995, p174.
Peña, Guillermo, quoted in Let's Get it On - the politics of Black
performance, ed. Catherine Ugwu, ICA publications, London 1995, p203.
Joy: for images and text about the artist see her monograph published by Autograph
or visit their Web site at: http://www.autograph-abp.co.uk/gallery/gre.html
C.L.R.: Beyond the Boundary, Routledge, New New York 1984.
Stuart: Negotiating Caribbean Identities, in New Left Review, No 209,
Jan/Feb 1995, p14.
Jon in: Fluxus, by Thomas Kellein, Thames and Hudson, London, 1995, p120.
Eva : Lost in Translation, Penguin Books, London, 1989, p274.
Jenny from her work "Truisms" (1983) in: Blasted Allegories,
ed. Brian Wallis, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, new York, 1993, p103.
Jeffrey on Willie Doherty in: Same Old Story, First Site, Colchester,
Johnson, Linton from "Inglan is a Bitch" in: Inglan is a Bitch,
Race Today Publications, London, 1980, p42
Omar: from The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, written at the turn of the 12C (AD)
in Persia, translated from Farsi by Edward Fitzgerald in 1859, http://www.promotionalguide.com/ok/poems/index.htm
Lucy: The Lure of the Local, The New Press, New York, 1997, p107
Sarat: from an unpublished discussion about contemporary African culture between
Maharaj, Olu Oguibe, Okwui Enwezor and Isaac Julien, organised by inIVA during
their 'Celluloid Cities' season, at The Lux Gallery, London September 1999.
David: A Fruitful Incoherence, inIVA, London 1998, p100
Bruce: From a presentation at Doors of Perception 5: PLAY conference,
Netherlands Design Institute, Amsterdam, Nov 26-28 1998. See the conference
website at http://www.design-inst.nl/doors/
from Visions of Happiness:10 Asian Contemporary Artists, the Japan Foundation,
Tokyo, 1995, p5
David: Stuart Hall, Critical Dialogues in Cultural Studies, Routledge,
Everlyn: from "Inside. Outside" in Seven Stories about Modern Art
in Africa, Flammarion with The Whitechapel Gallery, 1995, p36.
Claes, quoted in: Art in Theory 1900 - 1990, (Eds C. Harrison and P.
Wood), Blackwell, Oxford 1992, p730. This text was originally published by the
Martha Jackson Gallery to accompany Oldenburg's environmental work "The
Michael:'Her House' The Cinnamon Peeler, Picador, London, 1989, p 155
Yoko (1):from an interview with Time Out magazine, by Tony Elliot, London, 1968,
archived at: http://www.bd-studios.com/yoko/about/about_articles_bbcRadio3.html
, Yoko (2):from an interview with Time Out magazine, by Tony Elliot, London,
1968, archived at: http://www.bd-studios.com/yoko//about/about_articles_timeout1968.html
Man: quoted in On Photography, Susan Sontag, Penguin Books, 1977. p186
Paula: Paula Rego, Serpentine Gallery, London, 1988. p48
Edward: Reflections on Exile, Granta, London, (Autumn 1984), no. 13,
Joachim. See his piece Archiv which uses found family album photographs
. For other visual examples plus an explanation of his ongoing
project Picture from the Street go the the Zone Zero site: http://zonezero.com/exposiciones/fotografos/vigo2/schmid.html
Senocak, Zafer: 'Dopplemann' (p102) quoted in Ausländerliteratur:
minority literature in the Federal Republic of Germany by Suhr H. in 'New
German Critique' no. 46.
Susan: On Photography, Penguin Books, 1977, p67.
Derek: Omeros, Faber and Faber, London 1990. Book Four, Chapter XXXIII,
Derek: "Sainte Lucie" pt II in Collected Poems 1948-84, Faber
and Faber, London 1986, p309
Museum of Photography Film and TV catalogue, Bradford, 1994
Fred, quoted in: Conceptual Art by Tony Godfrey, Phaidon, 1998, p407.
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Further Information On These Artists See:
George: see Contemporary Art of Africa, Thames and Hudson, London/NY
Said. For a short essay on the work of this artist and his multicultural identities
Bobby : 'An Edible Family in a Mobile Home', edible installation/performance,
1976. Also 'The Kitchen Show', performance, 1991.
See Marina Warner's article on Bobby Baker in Photography in the Visual Arts,
Art & Design Magazine no. 44, 1995.See also: Home2
Ajiboyé see 'Homeward Bound', video installation, 1995 documented at
Fiona you can read an interview about her work The Nam in the online
version of Untitled magazine at: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/flecha/interviews.html
Jean-Michel see a brief description http://www.emory.edu/ENGLISH/Bahri/Basquiat.html
Sutapa. See a description with images of her project Synapse at http://www.oboro.net/en/exhib9394/biswas.htm
Xu. See information (written in two very different styles - promotional-speak
and gallery-speak!) about the artist and his works on calligraphy at: http://www.virtualchina.com/leisure/art/xubing.html
Christian. See the project Our City: Ourselves at http://www.kemperart.org/intro.html.
Also see http://farrer.riv.csu.edu.au/~jklabber/artists/boltanski/Thumbs/christian_boltanski.html
for a selection of images of his work, plus an interview.
Marcel. See this excerpt from the exhibition catalogue of the 1989 retrospective
exhibition at The Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis http://www.creativem.com/page02.html
Roddie for a review of his work about soccer see http://www.interlog.com/~yyz/visart/visart97.htm
Nancy. For information about her digital montages and her photographic portaits
For an example
of her digital composite work, the piece "He with She" go to http://www.strikingdistance.com/unreal/Pages/nb01.htm
Chinese the name order is reversed: Dong is his first name and Song his family
name) See a description of his work at http://www.chinese-art.com/artists/songdong.htm
Tracy. See the 1999 Turner Prize exhibition at http://www.tate.org.uk/london/exhibitions/turnerprize99/emin.htm
and for a review of other work see http://www.artnet.com/magazine/reviews/ebony/ebony(2)6-4-99.html
Mary. See a sample of her project Filter at http://www.iniva.org/050999/html/projects.html
or buy the Filter
CD-Rom from inIVA.
Chohreh. See chapter in A Fruitful Incoherence, inIVA, London, 1998.
Anya see artists page on the Locus+ website http://www.locusplus.org.uk/
Girls. Go to the Guerilla Girls website at http://www.guerrillagirls.com/
or visit the Girls' UK website at http://www.var.ndirect.co.uk/var/mysthouse/gguk
Hans see a documentation of the artists' work from 1985 to the present at the
Guggenheim Museum at http://simr02.si.ehu.es/FileRoom/documents/Cases/86hansHaacke.html
an essay on Hammons including images of his work held at The New School Gallery
in New York see:http://www.newschool.edu/infotech/va1/va1f98/hammons.htm
Toshio. See http://www.ntticc.or.jp/workshop/iwai/index_e.html
and also the artist's homepage http://ns05.iamas.ac.jp/~iwai/iwai_main.html
Eduardo. See examples of his 'transgenic' art involving genetic engineering,
in particular "Genesis" and "GFP Bunny", at his Web site:
Tam. See http://www.pan-african.demon.co.uk/exhibitions/#joseph
Sarah. See an extract from her performance poetry http://www.iniva.org/051100/html/cc/surface.html
Rita. See the article in Third Text by Janice Cheddie: 'Rita Keegan:
Documents of Memory', no.45, Winter 1998-99, pp88-9.
Maya. For links to information about the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington
and The Civil Rights Memorial in Alabama go to: http://www.prenhallart.com/html/search/artists/L/lin.htm
George and Fluxus. See http://www.nutscape.com/fluxux/homepage/
Hassan. See http://www.thing.net/~grist/l&d/massoudy.htm
Pedro. See the CD-Rom Truths and Fictions, by Meyer, Voyager and the
book of the same title published by Aperture, 1995. Also see the artists's work
Trinh T. See Woman, Native, Other: Writing Postcoloniality and Feminism,
by Trinh T. Min-ha, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1989.
Julie. See web-based projects about home: http://bak.spc.org/peepingtom/
and the work
Shirin. See work from her photographic series The Gun and The Gaze at:
Cornelia. For an interview with the artist and her Turner Prize nominated work
Adrian. See extracts of the artists work and text at:
Keith. See Relocating the Remains, Book and CR-Rom, inIVA, London, 1997.
Also see http:easyweb.easynet.co.uk/artangel/house.html
Nina and Guthrie, Karen. Internet project
Guillermo G—mez. See http://www4.ncsu.edu/eos/users/m/mcmusgro/public/ggpindex.html
Donald. See the internet project Autoicon
made collaboratively after
Donald Rodney's death by a group of friends, family and fellow artists (Donald
Rodney plc), using his work, ideas and notes.
Chéri. For information and images go to http://www.tamarin.com/samba/samdire1.htm
Cindy For her Untitled Film Stills See http://www.moma.org/exhibitions/sherman/
For a review of her more recent work see http://www.salonmagazine.com/media/1997/12/08media.html
Situationists. For information on this art/politics movement, established in
France 1957 and active in the events in Paris 1968, see http://www.actar.es/html/situationists.htm
George, Paul. See
his 'Minumental' project at http://www.paulstgeorge.com/
Tomoko see catalogue for 'Neurotic Realism', The Saachi Gallery. Also see web
Carrie Mae. See information about the artist and her work on the following website
Aubrey. For a review of his retrospective at The Whitechapel Gallery see http://www.guyanareview.com/rroom/williams.html
Rachel. See House, 199 documented at http:easyweb.easynet.co.uk/artangel/house.html
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Place: Recent Art of the Americas, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago,
Galaxies: The Art of David Medalla, Guy Brett, Kala Press, 1995
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Kala Press in association with inIVA, 1994
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Art and Multicultural Education, eds S.Cahan and Z. Kocur New Museum of
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