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ROSE FINN-KELCEY. WHEN YOU BOIL RICE, REGARD THE COOKING POT AS YOUR OWN HEAD

ROSE FINN-KELCEY (1945-)

This catalogue marks British sculptor, Rose Finn-Kelcey’s most comprehensive exhibition in over 10 years. Comprising three new sculptural installations made partly in response to a recent residency and tour of China.

Typically for Finn-Kelcey, the use and misuse of language provides the focus for the exhibition. Applying her characteristic irony and subversive wit, Finn-Kelcey highlights the perils of interpretation when Chinese characters collide and are conversely assimilated into new and alien contexts.

Appropriating street signage, fairground art and shop boarding, this exhibition demonstrates the extent and invention that has come to characterise Finn-Kelcey’s practice.

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Emne Skulptur
Kunstner FINN-KELCEY, Rose
Forfatter Michael Stanley
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer Gennemill i farver og s/h
Format / Sideantal 14 x 9 cm / 60 sider
Udgivelsesår 2008
Indbinding Hæftet
Forlag Milton Keynes Gallery
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9780955344039
Lev. 3 dage

ROSE FINN-KELCEY (1945-)

This catalogue marks British sculptor, Rose Finn-Kelcey’s most comprehensive exhibition in over 10 years. Comprising three new sculptural installations made partly in response to a recent residency and tour of China.

Typically for Finn-Kelcey, the use and misuse of language provides the focus for the exhibition. Applying her characteristic irony and subversive wit, Finn-Kelcey highlights the perils of interpretation when Chinese characters collide and are conversely assimilated into new and alien contexts.

Appropriating street signage, fairground art and shop boarding, this exhibition demonstrates the extent and invention that has come to characterise Finn-Kelcey’s practice.