Shigeko Kubota: Liquid Reality | Text by: Gloria Sutton
Shigeko Kubota: Liquid Reality sheds new light on an under-recognized visionary artist whose work has been central to The Museum of Modern Art's collection of time-based media art. A resurgence of interest in Kubota has been quietly brewing since her death in 2015; following several recent group exhibitions that included her work, this survey is the first to revisit her practice in a holistic way.
In an important shift away from the narrative of the woman behind the great male artist (Kubota and Nam June Paik met in the late 1960s and married in 1977), this publication serves as a rich and illuminating introduction to Kubota's practice and places her on the map as a major artist in her own right. This richly illustrated catalogue contextualizes the artist's ground-breaking video sculptures through sketches, archival material, and nature studies-many of which are reproduced for the first time-to bring into focus Kubota's observations on what technology can teach us about our own humanity.
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Root & Branch: Essays on inheritance | Author: Eda Gunaydin
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Exquisitely written, Root & Branch unsettles neat descriptions of inheritance, belonging and place. Eda Gunaydin’s essays ask: what are the legacies of migration, apart from loss? And how do we...
She Believed She Could So She Did | Author: Summersdale
There is no one quite like you. Your strengths are unique and your future is full of wonder. It s time to tap in to your confidence and express your...
Do Ho Suh: Works on paper at STPI | Author: Do Ho Suh
A sculptor and installation artist, Do Ho Suh is best known for his full-scale fabric works in which he meticulously reimagines the architectural space of his past homes and studios....