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Kelly Wood: The Continuous Garbage Project 1998-2003 epub

by Scott Watson


Kelly Wood: The Continuous Garbage Project 1998-2003 epub

ISBN: 0888656262

ISBN13: 978-0888656261

Author: Scott Watson

Category: Photo

Subcategory: Other Media

Language: English

Publisher: Morris and Helen Belkin Art gallery (March 1, 2003)

Pages: 48 pages

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The Continuous Garbage Project: 1998-2003. Kelly Wood (born 1962) is a Canadian visual artist and photographer from Toronto, Ontario. Wood’s artistic practice is primarily based in Vancouver, . Machine Gun Kelly freestyle - Westwood. Lilly Wood & The Prick and Robin Schulz - Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Remix) (Official). Kelly Connole) When this student of mine, Talia Goldenberg passed away, I felt like I had to do something, I had to do something because it just shook me in a way that I felt like I had to do some sort of action to make sense of it.

Kelly Wood‟s photographic series Continuous Garbage Project: 1998-2003 (Plate 4) is evidence of continuous consumption as well as personalizing herself through her refuse

Kelly Wood‟s photographic series Continuous Garbage Project: 1998-2003 (Plate 4) is evidence of continuous consumption as well as personalizing herself through her refuse. Over a five year period, beginning with Vancouver‟s personalized garbage her strike, Wood consumption by photographing her own waste in serial form, each item neatly placed on a white background, again referencing the advertising format of flyers. Wood‟s work draws attention to economic concerns of consumerism, labour, Plate 5. Karla Griffin, Rubbermaid Roughneck Storage Tote, pencil crayon on paper, 2009.

Kelly Wood, Kelly Wood: The Continuous Garbage Project: 1998-2003. The Generic city and its Discontents", Arts Magazine, February 1991, pp. 60-64. The Continuous Garbage Project Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC Confluence (lecture and panel discussion with Martha Langford, Bernard Lamarche, Raymonde April), National Gallery Of Canada, Ottawa, ON Photography (panel discussion with Lynne Cohen, Roy Arden, Damian Moppett), The Vancouver Art Gallery,Vancouver, BC Recent Work Okanagan University College, Kelowna, BC Waste Management (discussion with David Shrigley), Art.

Beautifully illustrated. Catalog of an exhibition held at the University of British Columbia, March 21-May 11, 2003. Contributors include Scott Watson, Peter Culley, Christina Ritchie, Ian Wallace, and Kelly Wood. University Of British Columbia. Article by. Diatrope Books. Alcatraz Prison The cells inside. Mostly rusting and looking very uncomfortable. Here are the 5 most haunted places in California.

The Continuous Garbage Project 1998-2003. Published March 2003 by Univ of British Columbia Pr. Written in English. Artistic Collaborations. Selected Exhibitions.

Kelly Wood: The Continuous Garbage Projects, 1998-2003. Exhibition catalogue. 48 pages, colour images. Essays/Writing by Scott Watson, Peter Culley, Christina Ritchie, Ian Wallace and Kelly Wood.

Beautifully illustrated.Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia, March 21-May 11, 2003. Contributors include Scott Watson, Peter Culley, Christina Ritchie, Ian Wallace, and Kelly Wood. 44p. Measures 9x11.25 inches. Bibliographic references. Kelly Wood (b. 1962) is a Canadian artist