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Ridout, Lizzie (2013)
Publisher: University of Plymouth Press
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: hist_arts, graph_arts, graph_design, symbolism, drawing, phil_arts, lang
An edited and designed article adapted from a series of informal meetings, emails, notes and a public conversation held between artist Lizzie Ridout and artist/writer/curator Maria Christoforidou. These formed part of Lizzie Ridout's exhibition 'Ways to Talk & Yet Say Nothing, or Ways to Not Talk & Yet Say Everything', bringing together a body of printed works, drawings and objects. Shown at Plymouth University in 2012, this exhibition coincided with the completion of a publication also called 'Ways to Talk & Yet Say Nothing, or Ways to Not Talk & Yet Say Everything'. The publication is the result of a collaboration with Women's Studio Workshop, Rosendale, NY, USA.
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