Author: James Crump,Terry Tempest Williams,Rebecca Solnit,Ellen Zweig,Lucy R. Lippard,Roz Driscoll,Elaine Scarry,Meridel Rubenstein
Publisher: St. Ann's Press; First edition (November 2, 2004)
Category: Photography & Video
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American artist Meridel Rubenstein began her professional career in the .
Solnit has written of Rubenstein: a consummate maker of metaphors, an artist who can never talk about only one thing at a time, but speaks of things in relationship, of lives to landscapes, of corporeal location and homing in terms of labyrinths and minotaurs, of bombs in terms of other myths, of physicists in relationship to pueblos.
A selection from Meridel’s Monograph, Belonging: Los Alamos to Vietnam. Divided into eight distinct and interrelating chapters, Rubenstein’s artwork has argued for an awareness of how we’re connected to place. Juxtaposing unlikely ideas and highly charged materials, Rubenstein strives to bridge the ideological distances that alienate us. Projects include: The Low Riders, Critical Mass, and Joan’s Arc/Vietnam.
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Critical Mass is a collaborative work about the making of the first bomb at Los Alamos. Похожие книги: Las Expresiones Coloquiales. Isabel Alonso Belmonte. This book belongs to the collection Practica tu espano. т 1089. Howl's Moving Castle.
The recently published monograph Belonging features eight of Rubenstein& projects, including Millennial Forest .
The recently published monograph Belonging features eight of Rubenstein& projects, including Millennial Forest (2000-01), a look at the Vietnam War through the lens of nature. Here, Rubenstein displays images of ancient trees from Vietnam and the United States-the two "enemy forests" face each other in the gallery
by Meridel Rubenstein.
by Meridel Rubenstein. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780975330203.
2004, St. Ann's Press. in English - 1st St. Ann's Press ed.
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Terry Tempest Williams (born 8 September 1955), is an American writer, educator, conservationist, and activist
Terry Tempest Williams (born 8 September 1955), is an American writer, educator, conservationist, and activist. Williams' writing is rooted in the American West and has been significantly influenced by the arid landscape of Utah and its Mormon culture. Her work focuses on social and environmental justice ranging from issues of ecology and the protection of public lands and wildness, to women's health, to exploring our relationship to culture and nature.