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Stone, Reva (1996)
The Information Age presents us with the greatest challenge to the way we live and work since the Industrial Revolution. Cell phones, video games, automated bank machines and computers are a part of our daily lives. Reva Stone's installation, Interstitial Spaces, provides an indeterminate space where we can envision how we affect and are affected by our technological environment. Her installation draws attention to our complicity in merging technological apparatus and our embodied presence. We perceive her work through our bodies and we subsequently alter the work through our bodily presence. The interstice she refers to in the title is the negotiation of a complex and mutable subject through a time of technological change-it is the moment of transition.
Curator: Vera Lemecha
Description: 20 pages; 10 colour illustrations, includes computer CD-ROMdisc
Essay: Vera Lemecha
Retail Price: $15.00
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RPL Call Number: 709 STONE