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Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller
|Other titles||Killing machine and other stories, 1995-2007.|
|Statement||edited by Ralf Beil, Bartomeu Mari ; [translations: Judith Hayward, Mary Black].|
|Contributions||Beil, Ralf., Marí, Bartomeu., Museu d"Art Contemporani (Barcelona, Spain), Institut Mathildenhöhe (Stadtmuseum Darmstadt)|
|LC Classifications||NX513.Z9 C372 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||223 p. :|
|Number of Pages||223|
Canadian artist Janet Cardiff (b ) is best known for her numerous audio works and films, often created in collaboration with her partner George Bures Miller. janet cardiff Cardiff (b. ) has gained international recognition for her audio and video "Walks" in which visitors, while listening to a CD walkman or watching the screen of a. George Bures Miller is distracted, and for good reason. Storm Room—an uncanny simulation of a Japanese thunderstorm as experienced within a small, shuddering room—is leaking. Our interview seems a quandary of energy-use: spend time parsing work for a journalist, or make sure that that work actually works. When Bures Miller’s priorities skew to .
The Paradise Institute. This is a 6 minute excerpt from a 13 minute art installation by Janet Cardiff and George Bures MIller. Entering a plain plywood box the viewers sit in a plush balcony. The immersive soundscape installations and intimate environments of the Canadian artist duo Janet Cardiff (born ) and Georges Bures Miller (born ) present an ongoing series of chapters in the life of the ghost in the machine. Their works describe tales of tag-sale menace and shared loneliness through aural means, wholly reconceiving the gallery .
Janet Cardiff began collaborating with fellow Canadian artist and partner George Bures Miller in When Cardiff and Miller represented Canada at the 49th Venice Biennale with Paradise Institute (), they won both La Biennale di Venezia Special Award and the Benesse Prize, which recognizes artists who “break new artistic ground with an. A kinetic sculpture by the artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, The Killing Machine was inspired by a contraption from “The Penal Colony,” a short story written in by Franz Kafka, who often explored the psychic toll of modern society. In his story, Kafka described a machine that tattooed prisoners with their sentences.
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The archive and documentation site of the complete works from Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller - Multi-media and sculptural Installations, Video Walks and. Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller: Something Strange This Way Hardcover – July 8, by Roald Dahl (Author), Janet Cardiff (Artist) Be the first to review this item See all 5 formats and editionsAuthor: Roald Dahl.
Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller: The Killing Machine and Other Stories, Har/DVD Edition. by Christy Lange (Author), Jeannie Lee (Author), Janet Cardiff (Author),5/5(1).
Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller: The Murder of Crows Hardcover – Decem by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev (Author), Catherine Crowston (Author), Janet Cardiff (Author, Artist), George Bures Miller (Artist) & 1 morePrice: $ Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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The multimedia works of Canadian artist duo Janet Card 4/5(1). Janet Cardiff (born Ma ) is a Canadian artist who works chiefly with sound and sound installations; especially a form she calls audio walks.
She works in collaboration with her husband and partner George Bures Miller. Cardiff and Miller currently live and work in Berlin/5. Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller: The Killing Machine and Other Stories, Edited by Ralf Beil, Bartomeu Marí.
Text by Christy Lange, Jeanni R. Lee, Ralf Beil, Bartomeu Marí. Hardcover, x in. / pgs / 75 color. | 7/1/ | Not available ISBN | $ Janet Cardiff: The Walk Book Foreword by Francesca von. - A Solo work by Janet Cardiff Dimensions: m x 11m x 3m high Duration: 14 min.
loop with 11 min. of music and 3 min. of intermission Materials: 40 loud speakers mounted on stands, placed in an oval, amplifiers, playback computer. Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
The immersive soundscape installations and intimate en /5(2). Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Using existing elements in prison cells at the massive /5(3). Canadian artist Janet Cardiff, born inrepresented Canada at the Venice Biennale and was awarded a prize for her and George Bures Miller's work "The Paradise Institute." She has created site-specific audio and video works for a number of group exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; The Museum of Modern Art, New York Author: Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Marcel Brisebois, Glenn Lowry.
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Janet Cardiff + George Bures Miller By Kunsthaus Bregenz, Eckgard Schneider (ed.) ISBN: x Distributed by Buchhandlung Walther Koenig [email protected] EUR A comprehensive book with English and German texts including a DVD, a vinyl record and a CD.
Janet Cardiff book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Shifting between fact and fiction, between the experience of the real and ou /5(11). The multimedia works of Canadian artist duo Janet Cardiff (born ) and George Bures Miller (born ) are often reminiscent of whimsical childhood experiences such as fairgrounds.
This monograph documents six large-scale installations on the subject of the entertainment industry. Cardiff and Miller’s “Murder of Crows” at the Berlin National Gallery, “My first date with Janet was already a collaboration,” Miller told me over breakfast in Kassel the following day.
Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, Video walk, 16 minutes, 40 seconds Curated by Réal Lussier for Janet Cardiff. A Survey of Works Including Collaborations with George Bures Miller (May 23 – September 8). Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller | The Marionette Maker, | Instalación de técnica mixta, caravana, marionetas, robótica, audio e iluminación | x x cm | Duración. Published on Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, The House Of Books Has No Windows.
This work was made especially for the exhibition during the Edinburgh Art Festival at The. Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller: The Secret Hotel.
Published by Kunsthaus Bregenz. This renowned Canadian duo's audio and video works and installations examine the complexity and vertiginous nature of subjectivity in a technological world, where man is caught between present and the loss of self, between memory and experience, perception and.
In it, the artists consider what the enigmatic photographs might have meant to Anton Bures, who was traveling to New York to see a doctor for the cancer he was fighting. Cardiff and Bures Miller’s open-ended conversation uncovers questions about photography’s role in memory, time and the yearning for permanence.
From the Book/DVD The Murder of Crows. Released in by Hatje Cantz Verlag (Germany).