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The Emergence Catalogue

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Emergence was a summer exhibition of experimental and participatory art involving 30 artists / collectives, with a strong emphasis on audience and artist interaction. The exhibition opened on May 31st, coinciding with the grand opening of Governors Island to visitors for the 2008 season. Featuring Work by: Anne Arden McDonald, artcodex, Asha Ganpat, Avant Car Guard (South Africa), Chris Jordan, Barend de Wet / Douglas Gimberg / Christian Nerf (South Africa), Damon Hamm, Erik Fabian, Eugenia Yu, Friendly Falcons & Their Friend the Snake, G-77, Jason Van Anden / Nat Hawks / David Liatti, John Krill, John Walter, Michael Alan, Monica Muller, Peripheral Media Projects, Pornj Diamond Cell, Sarah N. Phillips, Saviour Scraps, Tara Parsons, Tim & Martin Dockery, Triangle Project (Denmark, Istanbul), and Urban Homesteading Project. Emergence is curated by Johan Kritzinger, Joyce Manalo, Elke Dehner, and Audrey Boguchwal. May 31 - July 26, 2008, Building 14 (Commander’s... More > House), Governors Island, NY< Less
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Edition
Print First Edition
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
69
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PDF
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70.05 MB

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