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Glen Seator: Moving Still Nina Holland

Glen Seator: Moving Still

Nina Holland

Published January 1st 2002
ISBN : 9783775711364
Hardcover
208 pages
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 About the Book 

Whether by recreating, in a gallery space, the facade and interior of a check-cashing establishment, the office of the director of a major museum, or the very street outside, Glen Seator breaks down the boundaries between the unseen and the visible,MoreWhether by recreating, in a gallery space, the facade and interior of a check-cashing establishment, the office of the director of a major museum, or the very street outside, Glen Seator breaks down the boundaries between the unseen and the visible, inside and outside, space and its representation. Combining the approaches of sculpture, architecture, photography, and cinema, Seator has consistently explored the complications of apprehending and describing space, producing a body of work that has had a wide-reaching yet virtually undocumented influence on the development of contemporary sculpture. On the occasion of his fourth major project to be realized in California -- a series of photographic works of the Los Angeles cityscape -- Moving Still provides the first comprehensive survey to date of more than a decade of projects. A collaboration between artist, essayists, editor, and designer, this publication aims to overcome the significant challenges and limitations of documenting, in book form, works that are activated through the direct experience of the viewer.