Christine Borland Bullet Proof Breath by Michael Tarantino

Cover of: Christine Borland | Michael Tarantino

Published by Art Gallery of York University .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Individual artists,
  • Individual Artist,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Art,
  • History - Modern (Late 19th Century to 1945),
  • Art / Individual Artist,
  • Fine Arts

Edition Notes

Book details

ContributionsKenn Gardner (Contributor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8355065M
ISBN 100921972377
ISBN 109780921972372

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InChristine Borland was short-listed for the "all women" Turner Prize eventually won by Gillian Wearing (also nominated were Angela Bulloch and Cornelia Parker). The Cauldron [Borland, Christine, Bulloch, Angela, Chapman, Jake, Pippin, Steven, et al] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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The piece reflects Borland’s interest in how scientists work with human remains in a way that can disregard the individuals’ identities and personal values. Christine Borland, From Life, Photo: David Allen/Christine Borland/Simon Starling. Christine Borland, From Life, Photo: David Allen/Christine Borland/Simon Starling.

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And if you saw the film, then it was a bonus/5. 20 Feb - Explore robbagley's board "Christine Borland" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Art, Artist and Glasgow school of art pins.

Christine Borland is an artist who likes to play detective. Her practice has constantly embraced scientific thought and research as a means of exploring the ‘fragile yet resilient nature of our humanity’, questioning notions of good and evil – in particular the ethical and moral issues raised by human genetics.

Christine Borland passed away. The obituary was featured in Ardrossan Herald on View their obituary at Christine Borland is an artist who draws on the skills and expertise of other disciplines in her work, particularly from the field of science. Several early works referred to forensic science and the techniques used in solving crimes, made familiar through many a TV drama series.

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This series of etchings stems from a nine-month fellowship that Christine Borland undertook at the University of Glasgow’s Social and Public Health Sciences Unit between Her research led her to a pocket book copy of the early, influential Herbal written by Leonard Fuchs, De Historia Stirpium [The History of Plants], published in Scottish artist Christine Borland is known for her preoccupation with the awkward relationship between science and history.

Bullet Proof Breath examines her recent work, including the title piece, a blown glass sculpture made with spider silk, and is produced in conjunction with an overview of the artist's work since at the Art Gallery of York University, Toronto.

''We Children from train station Zoo'' were children hooked on heroine in West Berlin during the 70s. They used to 'mingle' on the Zoo station to sell sex to buy heroine. This book is based on a true story of 14 years old Christine F., prostitute and a junkie.

As kids, my friends and I were dealing this book like a drug/5. Christine Ryshkus passed away in Grand Island, New York.

Funeral Home Services for Christine are being provided by Kaiser Funeral Home. The obituary was. Flesh Like Smoke. Meikle, William and Waggoner, Tim and Gafford, Sam and Morgan, Christine and Walters, Damien Angelica and Erdelac, Edward M. and Goodfellow, Cody and Schweitzer, Darrell and Stone, Sam and Rawlik, Pete and Howe, David J.

and Jones, Scott R. and Barrass, Glynn Owen and Sammons, Brian M. and Paradias, Konstantine and McMahon, Paul and.

Christine Borland Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh December 2 to January The trace of a human spine made with dust, bronze heads cast from unidentified human skulls and jam-making: these are all featured in Christine Borland's 'Preserves', a show that demonstrates the artist's consistent exploration of the human body since the early s.

Christine Borland is returning to Mount Stuart, having been one of the first artists invited to respond to the historic house and its collections in This year, with the centenary of the WWI armistice, it is timely that she returns to Mount Stuart, inspired by.

Current and publicly accessible events, exhibitions, and courses at The Glasgow School of Art in Glasgow, Scotland, UK Christine Borland - Glasgow School of.

Christine Borland was born in in Darvel, Ayrshire. She was trained at Glasgow School of Art and at University of Ulster, Scotland where her interest focused on the experience of mortality, forensic science and medicine. Biography. In Christine Borland purchased a female, human skeleton as the starting point for her solo exhibition in Glasgow's Tramway From Life, since then her work has explored our physical and psychological sense of self in relation to society’s institutions; of science, medicine, museology and academia.

"Photography, sculpture, video and installations by eight contemporary artists, including Christine Borland, Tony Oursler, Marc Quinn and Bill Viola, provide new perspectives on the subject.

Focusing on a variety of issues raised by the historical material, the contemporary works provide alternative ways of thinking about our relationship with Pages: _significant notes_3k 11/12/02 Side 2. The book is published subsequent to the exhibtion ‘Significant Notes’ by Christine Borland at Århus Kunstbygning, 12 October.

Christine Borland makes art which deals with the body, and with our emotional, imaginative, medical, and institutional sense of self. Her practice is hugely varied - she makes sculpture, installations, photographs and video - yet it is united by a number of constants.

This publication brings together the major themes and pre-occupations of 5/5(1). Christine Borland, Profile > Turner Prize nominated artist Christine Borland is a leading member of the generation who transformed Glasgow into an internationally recognised centre for contemporary art in the s.

After graduating from the GSA she maintained an academic connection with the institution for many years both as a teacher. This book is the earliest work on plants which can properly be called scientific and it strongly influenced the course of both medicine and botany.

During research at the Glasgow University Library, Christine Borland came across a copy of the work that had been annotated by the Scottish vicar Mark Jameson, the Rector's Deputy at the university. Christine Borland is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Christine Borland and others you may know.

Facebook gives people the power to share and. Christine Borland (born ) is a Scottish artist born in Darvel, Ayrshire, d is one of the Young British Artists (YBAs) and was nominated for the Turner Prize in (won by Gillian Wearing) for her work From Life [1] at Tramway, d works and lives in Kilcreggan, Argyll as a BALTIC Professor at the BxNU Institute of.

Christine Borland (born ) is a Scottish artist born in Darvel, Ayrshire, Scotland. Borland is one of the Young British Artists (YBAs) and was nominated for the Turner Prize in (won by Gillian Wearing) for her work From Life at Tramway, Glasgow.

Borland works and lives in Kilcreggan, Argyll as a BALTIC Professor at the BxNU Institute of Contemporary Art. - Christine Borland, 'Conservatory', This image is discussed in our eBook 'Creating a sensational portfolio' helping you into art college.

Engraved porcelain skeleton/fragmented, wooden shelves and glass. Borland is one of Scotland's most successful & internationally recognised artists & is currently a research fellow at #GSA.

About. The handwritten title of one of the charms (a Chinese soap-stone monkey) is ‘I say nothing’. These, along with three mule hooves, a moss-filled pillow and a book of French gramma riddled with shrapnel holes, are amount the objects to which Christine Borland found herself drawn during her year of research at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre.

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Christine Borland continued: “Feeder cups like this were widely used to nurse wounded soldiers during World War I, but also, perhaps surprisingly, to force-feed hunger-striking suffragettes in the period directly before – This duality intrigued me, as did the very tactile form of the cup itself, which is at once so personal and.

A major new thought-provoking artwork, intended to stimulate critical reflection on the First World War, as well as on museum collecting and care, has been unveiled at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow. I Say Nothing is internationally renowned Scottish artist Christine Borland’s creative response to Glasgow Museums’ World War I collection.

The large. Print, handcoloured etching of plant 'Calendula Officinalis' by Christine Borland, printed and published by Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow, Museum Number E The handwritten title of one of the charms (a Chinese soap-stone monkey) is ‘I say nothing’.

These, along with three mule hooves, a moss-filled pillow and a book of French gramma riddled with shrapnel holes, are amount the objects to which Christine Borland found herself drawn during her year of research at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre.

Leading up to Christine Borland and Brody Condon’s exhibition Circle of Focus at CCA, the artists invite you to witness an ambitious firing of hundreds of clay pieces being made for the exhibition, in an open-air turf kiln. Starting in the late afternoon, the kiln will be packed and the fire lit.

The artists, accompanied by Orcadian experimental archaeologist and potter Andrew Appleby, will. Christine Borland and Brody Condon's 'Circles of Focus' project may go some way to change that, as the pair show off the fruits of their long-term researches in the shape of pit-fired ceramic sculptures, performance documentation and legal paperwork which will also function as a proposal to potential body donors who the artists have worked with.

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Evil is alive in Libertyville. It inhabits a custom-painted red and white Plymouth Fury named Christine and young Arnold Cunningham, who buys it/5().Christine Borland's latest work seems to mine the central seam in Berger's meditation: the gulf of time between a suffering consciousness and the figure who gives it frail hope.

'The anguished are trapped', writes Berger, by 'the rigid irreversibility of events'.

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