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Four Backdrops/Vier Hintergrúnde

Hunt, Ian. 2016. Four Backdrops/Vier Hintergrúnde. In: Christiane Meyer-Stoll, ed. Charlotte Moth: Travelogue. Vaduz, Liechtenstein: Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein/Snoeck, pp. 21-37. ISBN 978 3 86442 188 4 [Book Section]

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An essay on the work of Charlotte Moth, the British artist b.1978, attending to the question of lightness and theatricality in relation to sculpture, the role of hands and of play (which is connected to Winnicott's thinking and to Henri Focillon's essay on hands), her exploration of sculptural plinths and inclusion of house plants in the space of exhibition as part of an enquiry into historical stages of modernism, and an account some of the European and international contexts from the art of the 1970s to now within which her work can be understood. In English and German. The other contributors to this monograph are: Fabrice Hergott, Kasia Redzisz, Christiane Meyer-Stoll, Eva Birkenstock and Penelope Curtis.

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2016Published

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21562

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01 Oct 2017 18:19

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07 Jan 2019 10:51

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http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/21562

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