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Call & Response 2015: Lineage Exhibition Catalog

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dc.contributor.author Smith, Anne
dc.contributor.author Mack, M.
dc.contributor.author Martinez, Marcos
dc.contributor.author Wang, Qinglan
dc.contributor.author Irvin, Sarah
dc.contributor.other Batcheller, Sarah
dc.contributor.other Bever, Benjamin
dc.contributor.other Brezner, Benjamin
dc.contributor.other Brugnoli, Nikki
dc.contributor.other Busch, Meaghan
dc.contributor.other Cook, Melody
dc.contributor.other Creightney, Anya
dc.contributor.other Epstein, Marianne
dc.contributor.other Goldenthal, Ariel
dc.contributor.other Graham, Madeline
dc.contributor.other Hamidaddin, Noor Y.
dc.contributor.other Han, Ah-reum
dc.contributor.other Harwick, Ariel
dc.contributor.other Hendrickson, Kelly
dc.contributor.other Hill, Melissa
dc.contributor.other Holly, Mason
dc.contributor.other Kerfoot, Brittany
dc.contributor.other Lafreniere, Justin
dc.contributor.other Loda, Nathan
dc.contributor.other Luman, Douglas
dc.contributor.other Mack, M.
dc.contributor.other Martinez, Marcos L.
dc.contributor.other Patton, Lina
dc.contributor.other Pears, Sean
dc.contributor.other Quatrochi, Alice
dc.contributor.other Smith, Anne
dc.contributor.other Walton, Michael
dc.contributor.other Wang, Qinglan
dc.contributor.other Whipkey, Josh
dc.contributor.other Yun, Carina
dc.date.accessioned 2015-11-02T19:36:09Z
dc.date.available 2015-11-02T19:36:09Z
dc.date.issued 2015-10
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/1920/10013
dc.description.abstract CURATOR’S STATEMENT Call & Response 2015: Lineage “The picture on my wall, art object and art process, is a living line of movement, a wave of colour that repercusses in my body, colouring it, colouring the new present, the future, and even the past, which cannot now be considered outside of the light of the painting.” --Jeanette Winterson, “Art Objects” “Lineage,” applied to the conversation between art, literature, culture, and self, asks the question: what is the legacy of art and speech in our everyday lives? In society? How does artistic expression in and alongside social movements result in a solidarity of tradition, a larger communal identity? Starting in 2009, Susan Tichy and Helen Frederick have curated an annual exhibition in collaboration between the MFA program in creative writing and the School of Art. The exhibition is up during the Fall for the Book literary festival in September. The exhibit has been a themed Call and Response since 2010. Call and Response: a succession of two distinct phrases played or sung by different musicians, where the second phrase is heard as direct response to or commentary on the first. Common to African, African-American, American folk, and Indian classical traditions. Pervasive in military cadences. In West Africa: also a mode of democratic participation in ritual, and in public discussion of civic affairs. Call & Response: a collaboration between writers and visual artists, in which one calls and one responds. The result is a set of paired works, resonating with each other, demonstrating the interplay of artistic media, and speaking of our times. Call & Response 2015: Lineage is curated by Anne Smith, M. Mack, Marcos Martínez, and Qinglan Wang.
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries en_US
dc.subject visual art en_US
dc.subject painting en_US
dc.subject photography en_US
dc.subject sculpture en_US
dc.subject Poetry en_US
dc.subject sculptural book en_US
dc.subject art exhibition en_US
dc.subject artists' book en_US
dc.title Call & Response 2015: Lineage Exhibition Catalog en_US
dc.type Other en_US


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