Eugenia Raskopoulos: Vestiges Of The Tongue | Author: Marni Williams
Three decades of work from the pioneering photo-media artist, exploring themes of gender, migration and globalisation.
With recognition for her pioneering practice long overdue, this scholarly monograph is the first survey of one of Australia’s leading photo-media artists, Eugenia Raskopoulos. Raskopoulos’ cultural background has informed more than three decades of inventive, evolving bodies of work that span across video photo-media, installation and photography. Born in the Czech Republic to Greek parents before migrating from Greece to Australia in 1963, Raskopoulos has long sustained a focused and fruitful critique of language.
Beautifully designed and produced as a cloth-bound a hardcover volume, Vestiges of the Tongue is a stylish and immersive exploration into Raskopoulos’ world, here reconsidered by ten leading scholars and curators.
Author: Marni Williams
30 x 23cm
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