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by Sam Taylor-Wood

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ISBN:
1861542232
ISBN13:
978-1861542236
Author:
Sam Taylor-Wood
Publisher:
Booth-Clibborn; First Edition edition (October 1, 2001)
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Pages:
408 pages
ePUB:
1135 kb
Fb2:
1561 kb
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Category:
Photography & Video
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Rating:
4.1

Sam Taylor-Wood has spent a decade creating films and photographic works that extend the boundaries of their media. Contact allows us to explore the usually private or suppressed source images behind her public work.

Sam Taylor-Wood has spent a decade creating films and photographic works that extend the boundaries of their media. Originally conceived for London's fig-1 series.

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One of the more widely discussed and inventive exponents of contemporary British art, Sam Taylor-Wood has spent a decade creating film and photographic works that extend the boundaries of their media. She worked closely with Bruce Mau Design on this project to give unprecedented insight into the usually private or suppressed source images behind her work. Originally conceiv One of the more widely discussed and inventive exponents of contemporary British art, Sam Taylor-Wood has spent a decade creating.

Quantum theory and coincidence. Originally conceived for London's fig-1 series, its 8 x 22 ft. wall of more than 2000 test prints and contact sheet images was photographed in detail at Bruce Mau Design, Toronto, for this project. Gathered over the last five years, Contact's images show how Taylor-Wood has moved on from charged encounters of the mid-nineties - a protracted domestic argument

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Listen now. Sue Lawley's castaway is artist Sam Taylor-Wood. She is known for her photography and short films, including 'David' - a film of the footballer David Beckham sleeping - and her 365-degree photograph that was wrapped around the Selfridges store in central London. She is one half of art's most glamorous couple - her husband is the art dealer Jay Jopling.

Sam Taylor-Wood has spent a decade creating films and photographic works that extend the boundaries of their media. Contact allows us to explore the usually private or suppressed source images behind her public work. Originally conceived for London's fig-1 series, its 8 x 22 ft. wall of more than 2000 test prints and contact sheet images was photographed in detail at Bruce Mau Design, Toronto, for this project.Gathered over the last five years, Contact's images show how Taylor-Wood has moved on from charged encounters of the mid-nineties - a protracted domestic argument, isolated individuals casually lip-syncing the lines of an opera, a woman soundlessly laughing and crying to camera - to less formal, increasingly seductive scenes. Here posed images that recall paintings by Velazquez and Mantegna - or the languorous pleasures of Japanese erotic prints - are placed side by side with magazine assignments and private photos, cropped, marked and scribbled on for her own puposes. Sensual in their delighted appreciation of beauty and nakedness, yet dispassionate in their formal rigour and precision, these photographs presented en masse are so fresh that they seem to glimpse the contemporary world as it is, not how we would like it to be.