7 edition of Intimate immensity found in the catalog.
by FOVA Galleries, the Dept. of Art, Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Tex
Written in English
|Other titles||Recent works by Patti Warashina|
|Statement||[text, essay by Glen R. Brown].|
|Contributions||Brown, Glen R., Texas Tech University. Dept. of Art.|
|LC Classifications||N6537.W26 A4 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||98171133|
Intimate Immensity In his First Communion suit, Rimbaud seated in my bedroom corner, he trains his lens, not the motionless, worshipped hare’s shocked eye, but hermit, hourglass, the final sandgrain’s decision. “You could probably place the word vast on my tongue, but I am really not your hurdled lunar, unless you hear the catastrophe of [ ]. ‘INTIMATE IMMENSITY: Albert WHAT WE DO / SERVICES; MEDIA NEWS KLASSIK INTERNATIONAL. Art; Photographers.
Intimate Immensity, Installation Clare Celeste travels internationally to install her lush paper installations. Made from thousands of hand cut images and teeming with intricate details, they transform ordinary spaces into intoxicating gardens. Cliff Lauson, excerpted from Intimate Immensity in "Ernesto Neto. ACTIVE BACKLIST. Ernesto Neto: The Body That Carries Me Edited by Petra Joos. Text by Rainer Hehl, Franck Leibovici, Pedro Luz, Hannah Monyer, Luiz Alberto Oliveira, Raphaela Platow, Tania Rivera. Pbk, x 11 in. / pgs / 70 color. | 10/31/ | Out of stock $
William Cedar I'm grew up in an Ohio football suburb. I once tried (quite unsuccessfully) to busk in London. Here We Go: Demos, Vol. 1, released 21 December 1. A Windy Night, With Cherry Chapstick And The Moon 2. Red Colored Leaves 3. Intimate Immensity 4. A Book Needs A Cup 5. Book Of Poems 6. Secret 7. The Pen And The Road 8. A Windy Night, With The Moon And A Racing . This print is part of the portfolio "Intimate Immensity," published in by the Minneapolis-based artist cooperative Form + Content. This limited edition portolio features 14 original prints by 15 established Minnesota artists, including work by such prominent printmakers as Fred Hagstrom, Faye Passow, Jil Evans, Camille Gage, and Jody Williams. To provide a consistent thematic context for.
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Interestingly enough, Bachelard asserts that it is through “immensity” that intimate space and world space blend. It would seem, then, that it is through their “immensity” that these two kinds of space the space of intimacy and world space blend.
When human solitude deepens, then the two immensities touch and become identical. Kalle Lampela EXHIBITION The exhibition “Intimate Immensity” explores the idea of home and its emotional relationship with the individual.
In his book, “The Poetics of Space”, Gaston Bachelard expresses that the Intimate immensity book of home is composed of both memories and images. INTIMATE IMMENSITY The title of my presentation today is Intimate Immensity The title is inspired by a chapter of the same title from the French philosopher Gaston Bachelard’s book “the Poetic of Space”.
Bachelard use the term to describe the poetic experience of reverie and contemplation, its capacity to extend beyond the intimate. Intimate Immensity Summary and Analysis. Bachelard considers immensity to be a philosophical category of daydream because it moves the dreamer into the world of infinity.
Quiet daydreaming opens to the immensity within ourselves that is an expansion of being to a motionless man. If I read a book [and] it makes my whole body so cold no fire can ever warm me I know that is poetry.
"Reading poetry is for me an act of the most immense intimacy, of intimate immensity." Those words are beautifully written and well understood, however Hirsch also says that there is no comparison to poetry.
Poetry is euphoric. immensity definition: 1. the extremely large size of something: 2. the extremely large size of something. Learn more. The exhibition “Intimate Immensity: Alberto Giacometti Sculptures, ” at Luxembourg & Dayan is exclusively dedicated to the artist’s cycle of very small human figures created in France and Switzerland during the Second World exhibition is installed in collaboration with the contemporary Swiss sculptor ups Fischer, who.
-Poetry has a spiritual draw "The words pressure me into a response, and the rhythm of the poem carries me to another plane of time, outside of time." The Immense Intimacy, the Intimate Immensity The Experience One Gets From Poetry Experiences “For poems are not, as people think.
Gathered Books & Field Notes: An Artist Talk with Brece Honeycutt Wednesday, December 12th, | 6 – 8 pm. On Wednesday, December 12th, – pm in conjunction with the Intimate Immensity and Other Daydreams group exhibition on view at AC Institute November 28th – January 5th, artist Brece Honeycutt will talk about and present examples of her handmade artist books and related.
Indeed, immensity is the movement of motionless man.’5 He makes the assertion that intimate space and world space blend through immensity, ‘it is through their “immensity” that these two kinds of space – the space of intimacy and world space – blend. When human solitude deepens, then the two immensities touch and become identical.’6.
‘intimate immensity’. These words encapsulate some of the core issues underpinning the research; the allure exuded by small objects, and their provocations of reverie, where very close proximities between subject and artefact are required for there to be any meaningful engagement with the actual, material outcomes of the making.
Intimate immensity: Recent works by Patti Warashina Unknown Binding – January 1, by Patti Warashina (Author) › Visit Amazon's Patti Warashina Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Author: Patti Warashina. The impulse for the work came from Taylor’s search for a conceptual language that would accord with her personal experience of the natural world – she lives and works on a farm in a secluded Gloucestershire valley – connecting with what the philosopher Gaston Bachelard has termed ‘Intimate Immensity’ in his book The Poetics of Space.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Exhibition catalog. Description: 62 pages: illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm: Other Titles. Intimate Immensity, curated by Alexis Granwell, continues at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts ( North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) through April.
"The book displays great analytical energy, playfulness, and insight into the many varied answers that [Mitchell] offers to his own central question: images want to be kissed and touched and heard; they want to trade places with the beholder; they want everything and nothing.
“This rich volume is of an ‘intimate immensity. Intimate Immensity, Febru – ApSchool of Fine Arts Gallery, Samuel M.V.
Hamilton Building, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, N. Broad St. ** All information and comments from Alexis Granwell were gained through a telephone Interview with her by the author on Ma 8 Intimate Immensity 9 The Dialectics of Outside and Inside 10 The Phenomenology of Roundness foreword to the edition This book opens its readers to the titanic importance of setting in so much art from painting to poetry to fiction to autobiography.
Intimate immensity, an interior architecture Author(s) Mina, A: Year Abstract The research engages the concept of ‘intimate immensity’. These words encapsulate some of the core issues underpinning the research; the allure exuded by small objects, and their provocations of reverie, where very close proximities between subject and.
Totem (), his book of love poetry, received numerous awards in Australia, winning both an Age Poetry Book of the Year award and overall Age Book of the Year award, as well as the Grace Leven Prize for Poetry, the South Australian Premier’s Literary Award for poetry, and the Philip Hodgins Memorial Medal—an unusual feat for a book of poetry.
Townscape and the contemporary exploration of ideas of ‘prospect and refuge’ – the terms, used widely in landscape theory, are those of the late British geographer Jay Appleton – share something of Bachelard’s exploration of ‘miniature’ set against ‘intimate immensity’, an unfolding sequence that is as much the inspiration for.“Intimate Immensity” refers to the physical awareness that arises when realizing one’s small place in a vast world, exemplified by Pipilotti Rist’s Massachusetts Chandelier, made of many pairs of intimate clothing, and Janine Antoni’s Grope textile sculpture of men’s pants pockets.Val Britton: Intimate Immensity includes large-scale collage drawings and an ambitious installation with more than fragments of paper the artist meticulously cut by hand.
Responding to the architecture of the space, Britton constructed an exploding composition suspended from ceiling rafters, that provides an immersive experience for the viewer.