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dc.contributor.authorCruz, Juan
dc.date.accessioned2013-01-06T16:08:43Z
dc.date.available2013-01-06T16:08:43Z
dc.date.issued1999
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11250/159946
dc.descriptionProf Cruz praksisbasert forskning har jevnlig dreid seg med tekst og oversettelse som en metafor for visuell representasjon, og som en nedfelt og performative prosessen. Han har jobbet i en rekke medier, inkludert performance, video og installasjon, og stilt ut mye siden 1998 over hele Europa, Australia og Japan i institusjoner som Witte de With, Rotterdam, Melbourne Festival, Serralves Foundation Porto, Camden Arts Centre og South London Gallery. Hans arbeid har også blitt inkludert i undersøkelsen bøker utgitt av Thames & Hudson (Place, Ed. Tacita Dean og Jeremy Millar 208pp ISBN 9780500930076 om kunst og Place) og Serpents Tail (The Alpine Fantasy of Victor B. and Other Stories, Ed. Jeremy Ackerman og Eileen Daly 224pp ISBN 9781852429263 på Artister Writings). Prof Cruz fikk en Paul Hamlyn Award for kunstnere i 1999 og i 2000 var han grytens Yard Artist Fellow ved University of Cambridge. Han er representert ved Matts Gallery London og Galeria Elba Benitez Madrid. Prof Cruz er medlem av Rådet for Tate Liverpool, var en bobestyrer av A Foundation og er for tiden medlem av REF2014 sub-panel 34 (Art & Design History, praksis og teori). Han er medlem av styringsgruppen Tate Liverpool forskningssenter.no_NO
dc.description.abstractProf. Cruz’s practice-based research has regularly concerned itself with text and translation as a metaphor for visual representation, and as an embodied and performative process. He has worked in a range of media including performance, video and installation, and exhibited his work widely since 1998 across Europe, Australia and Japan in institutions such as the Witte de With, Rotterdam, The Melbourne Festival, Serralves Foundation Porto, Camden Arts Centre and the South London Gallery. His work has also been included in survey books published by Thames and Hudson (Place, Ed. Tacita Dean and Jeremy Millar 208pp ISBN 9780500930076 on Art and Place) and Serpents Tail (The Alpine Fantasy of Victor B. and Other Stories, Ed. Jeremy Ackerman and Eileen Daly 224pp ISBN 9781852429263 on Artists Writings). Prof. Cruz received a Paul Hamlyn Award for Artists in 1999 and in 2000 he was the Kettle’s Yard Artist Fellow at the University of Cambridge. He is represented by Matt’s Gallery London and Galeria Elba Benitez Madrid. Prof. Cruz is a member of the Council of Tate Liverpool, was a Trustee of the A Foundation and is currently serving as a member of the REF2014 sub-panel 34 (Art & Design History, Practice and Theory). He is a member of the steering group Tate Liverpool’s research centre.no_NO
dc.language.isoengno_NO
dc.title[Åpent Forum 1999.04.05]no_NO
dc.typeVideono_NO
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