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  • Amalia Pica : please listen hurry others speak better
Varying Form of Title
  • Please listen hurry others speak better
  • Please listen hurry : Amalia Pica
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Sternberg Press, Berlin : ©2018
  • 2018
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Physical Description
  • 125 pages illustrations (chiefly color), music 29 cm
General Note
  • Catalog of an exhibition held at Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, September 29-December 31, 2017; Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, November 18, 2017-March 10, 2018; Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Northbirdge Perth, Australia, August 4-October 7, 2018.
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
  • by Aileen Burns & Johan Lundh -- Foreword -- Introduction / Pan troglodytes ellioti and cousins -- Equality Beyond Humanity? : Demanding Legal Rights For Our Next Of Kin / by Volker Sommer -- Music for 429 Megaponeras -- Workshop -- Silverware -- Devices (for humans with love) -- Multi-male group model #1 & #2 : Multi-male group model with kinship connections #1 & #2 : One-male group model #1, #2  -- A (Performative) Conversation : About Performance Between Amalia Pica and Eugenio Viola -- Is it grunting, barking or panting? -- please open hurry : (in memory of Washoe) -- Please read hurry / by Filipa Ramos -- Yerkish -- In alphabetical order : (Catalogue of great ape gestures) -- Catalogue of great ape gestures : (in alphabetical order) -- Extended ears -- In Praise of Listening -- Ears -- You can close your eyes but not your ears : a Conversation Between : Amalia Pica and Carotin Kochling -- Biographies -- List of Plates.
Summary, etc
  • The catalogue 'please listen hurry others speak better' accompanies solo exhibitions by Amalia Pica at three venues: ?ears to speak? at The Power Plant in Toronto and ?please open hurry? at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. Two threads in Pica?s practice are brought together: communication between humans and exchange between species. The artist raises questions of mutual understanding through constructing forums that address shared experience. Illustrations of primate and human social models and interpersonal communication in the publication are accompanied by documentation of performances that enact social hierarchies and animal-language studies. Volker Sommer writes about his work on animal rights and the initiative to establish a ?community of equals,? and Filipa Ramos reflects on primate anthropologists Jane Goodall and Gregory Bateson. A conversation between Carolin Köchling and Pica considers her artistic practice, and Eugenio Viola and Pica discuss the performative element of the artworks.00Exhibition: The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada (29.09. - 31.12.2017) / The Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia (18.11.2017 - 10.03.2018) / Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Northbirdge Perth, Austrialia (04.08. - 07.10.2018).
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  • 3956794273
  • 9783956794278
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The catalogue please listen hurry others speak better accompanies solo exhibitions by Amalia Pica at three venues: "ears to speak" at The Power Plant in Toronto and "please open hurry" at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. Two threads in Pica's practice are brought together: communication between humans and exchange between species. The artist raises questions of mutual understanding through constructing forums that address shared experience. Illustrations of primate and human social models and interpersonal communication in the publication are accompanied by documentation of performances that enact social hierarchies and animal-language studies. Volker Sommer writes about his work on animal rights and the initiative to establish a "community of equals," and Filipa Ramos reflects on primate anthropologists Jane Goodall and Gregory Bateson. A conversation between Carolin Köchling and Pica considers her artistic practice, and Eugenio Viola and Pica discuss the performative element of the artworks.

Copublished with The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto; Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane; and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

Contributors

Aileen Burns & Johan Lundh, Carolin Köchling, Rafael Ortega, Filipa Ramos, Volker Sommer, Eugenio Viola

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