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Stansbie, Lisa; Project Space Leeds
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: N1, NX, TR
The Film 'Ark'(2011) was commissioned by Project Space Leeds for the group show Hunter Gatherer.\ud \ud Artists respond to the Artemis* Collection\ud Amelia Crouch / Lubaina Himid and Susan Walsh / Dinu Li / Rhiannon Silver / Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir and Mark Wilson / Lisa Stansbie / Nathan Walker \ud \ud 28 April - 6 August 2011\ud (open Bank Holiday weekend 29 and 30 April)\ud \ud Nine artists from across the North of England have been invited to create new work in response to Artemis, an amazing collection of over 10,000 objects relating to world cultures, fine and applied art, science, natural history, textiles and costume, social history, childhood and more. Based in Holbeck, Leeds, the collection forms an art loan service for Education Leeds to which artists have been given exclusive access.\ud \ud The title of the show ‘Hunter Gatherer’ refers to a term used by anthropologists to describe the way in which human beings collected food before the advent of agriculture. Here it references the artists and the processes they have employed to sift through the vast Artemis collection. The resulting works include sculpture, installation, film, prints and drawing which form part static exhibition and part on-going project within the space.
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