Black MirrorEspejo Negro

Black MirrorEspejo Negro[KINDLE] ❁ Black MirrorEspejo Negro Author Pedro Lasch – Oaklandjobs.co.uk The provocative three part project Black MirrorEspejo Negro by the artist Pedro Lasch encompasses a museum installation photographs of the installation and this bilingual book including many of the ph The provocative three part project Black MirrorEspejo Negro by the artist Pedro Lasch encompasses a museum installation photographs of the installation and this bilingual book including many of the photos the artist’s statement and critical commentaries The project began as an installation commissioned by the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University to accompany the exhibition El Greco to Velázuez Art during the Reign of Philip III In a gallery adjacent to the exhibit of Spanish Golden Age masterpieces Lasch placed black rectangular mirrors on the walls each with an image of a Spanish Black MirrorEspejo PDF/EPUB or Renaissance painting behind it Pre Columbian stone and ceramic figures chosen by Lasch from the museum’s permanent collection of Meso American art stood on pedestals facing toward each mirror and away from visitors entering the room Viewers were drawn into a meditation on colonialism and spectatorship when on looking into the black mirrors they saw the pre Columbian figures seventeenth and eighteenth century Spanish priests and conuistadores themselves and the contemporary gallery environment The book Black MirrorEspejo Negro includes full color reproductions of thirty nine photographs of the installation as well as the text that Lasch wrote to accompany it In short essays scholars reflect on Lasch’s work in relation to current debates in art history and visual studies race discourse pre Columbian studies postcolonial theory and de colonial thought Contributors Srinivas Aravamudan Jennifer A González Pedro Lasch Arnaud Maillet Walter Mignolo Pete Sigal.

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  • Hardcover
  • 128 pages
  • Black MirrorEspejo Negro
  • Pedro Lasch
  • English
  • 01 July 2016
  • 9780938989349