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Banlieusard By Jamie Hilder Anne Lesley Selcer Heather Passmore,

  • Title: Banlieusard
  • Author: Jamie Hilder Anne Lesley Selcer Heather Passmore
  • ISBN: 0921394527
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Book
  • Framing individual experience, the publication Banlieusard approaches the liminal territory of the commuter or traveler Artists Jamie Hilder and Heather Pass and author Anne Lesley Selcer map subjective knowledge and a history of movement in urban and suburban space Together in this publication, the works reconsider the spectacle of daily life, memory, the real, andFraming individual experience, the publication Banlieusard approaches the liminal territory of the commuter or traveler Artists Jamie Hilder and Heather Pass and author Anne Lesley Selcer map subjective knowledge and a history of movement in urban and suburban space Together in this publication, the works reconsider the spectacle of daily life, memory, the real, and the problematics of aesthetics through nostalgized strategies to offer a strained window into quotidian vision The format of the publication takes its queue from mapping, both the road map and serialized image collecting, to reflect an experience that is textual and palpable As Hilder s work reconsiders and aestheticizes Situationist mapping methods, the publication ultimately turns the maps into objects Pass s work presents the distant geography of a solitary roadtripper while Selcer s text inhabits the potential narrative and reimbues the images with subjective observations.The sightseer s practice collecting sights which have already been seen , suggests that memory is always a recollection His work murmurs softly, technology designs history Anne Lesley SelcerBanlieusard is published on the occasion of an Artspeak exhibition of the same name that included work by Jamie Hilder and Heather Pass June 11 and July 16, 2005.
    Banlieusard Framing individual experience the publication Banlieusard approaches the liminal territory of the commuter or traveler Artists Jamie Hilder and Heather Pass and author Anne Lesley Selcer map subjecti

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