Pro Forma: Language, Text, Visual Art, Volume 1
YYZ Books, 2005 - Art - 86 pages
In this three-volume series, editor Jessica Wyman assembles essays that consider the developments and directions of the use of text in visual art, exploring what personal, social or political motivations inspire artists to use text and how text-based art is understood. Volume 1 examines the use of text in concept-based art.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Staging Language Presenting Events
Templates for Walking Theatre 200003
Other editions - View all
activity appeared Art & Language art historian bell hooks bicycle pedals Blind Time drawings Canada canvas Carr-Harris's climbing dome colour orange conceptual art contemporary art contingent CROSSING THIS LINE culture Davidson's demonstrating dimensions variable produced Donald Davidson essay estimation error exhibition Flashlight formal formalist frames Frederic Jameson grid Hal Niedzviecki hand haptic identity illustrating the muscles Invisible Jessica Wyman John Hoyland language's LED sign legibility linguistic London Luis Jacob Magazine Maurice Merleau-Ponty meaning medium Mel Ramsden Merleau-Ponty Michael Maranda mirror ball Morris's movement Mussurongo types object Ontario painters painting Philip Monk photograph predicate presentation reference relationship repetition representation Roland Barthes Scott Sorli sculpture's semiotic diagram Semioticians signified rectangle singularity social space split star Steve Reinke structural Templates for Walking Toronto Sculpture Garden Victor Burgin viewer Visible visual arts Walking Theatre Walter Ong word and image writing YYZ Artists YYZ Books