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Dana Claxton : fringing the cube af Grant…
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Dana Claxton : fringing the cube (udgave 2018)

af Grant Arnold, Dana Claxton (Artist.), Layli Long Soldier (Author Of Supplementary Text.), Monika Gagnon (Author Of Supplementary Text.), Olivia Michiko Gagnon (Author Of Supplementary Text.)3 mere, David Garneau (Author Of Supplementary Text.), Jaleh Mansoor (Author Of Supplementary Text.), Siobhan McCracken Nixon (Author Of Supplementary Text.)

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"Known for her expansive multidisciplinary approach to art making Vancouver-based Dana Claxton, who is Hunkpapa Lakota (Sioux), has investigated notions of Indigenous identity, beauty, gender and the body, as well as broader social and political issues through a practice which encompasses photography, film, video and performance. Rooted in contemporary art strategies, her practice critiques the representations of Indigenous people that circulate in art, literature and popular culture in general. In doing so, Claxton regularly combines Lakota traditions with "Western" influences, using a powerful and emotive "mix, meld and mash" approach to address the oppressive legacies of colonialism and to articulate Indigenous world views, histories and spirituality. This timely catalogue will be the first monograph to examine the full breadth and scope of Claxton's practice."--… (mere)
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Titel:Dana Claxton : fringing the cube
Forfattere:Grant Arnold
Andre forfattere:Dana Claxton (Artist.), Layli Long Soldier (Author Of Supplementary Text.), Monika Gagnon (Author Of Supplementary Text.), Olivia Michiko Gagnon (Author Of Supplementary Text.), David Garneau (Author Of Supplementary Text.)2 mere, Jaleh Mansoor (Author Of Supplementary Text.), Siobhan McCracken Nixon (Author Of Supplementary Text.)
Info:Vancouver : Figure.1 ; Vancouver Art Gallery, 2018.
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"Known for her expansive multidisciplinary approach to art making Vancouver-based Dana Claxton, who is Hunkpapa Lakota (Sioux), has investigated notions of Indigenous identity, beauty, gender and the body, as well as broader social and political issues through a practice which encompasses photography, film, video and performance. Rooted in contemporary art strategies, her practice critiques the representations of Indigenous people that circulate in art, literature and popular culture in general. In doing so, Claxton regularly combines Lakota traditions with "Western" influences, using a powerful and emotive "mix, meld and mash" approach to address the oppressive legacies of colonialism and to articulate Indigenous world views, histories and spirituality. This timely catalogue will be the first monograph to examine the full breadth and scope of Claxton's practice."--

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