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Elsa Stansfield & Madelon Hooykaas

Elsa Stansfield & Madelon Hooykaas

"journeys", video work.

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Published by Whitechapel Art Gallery in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stansfield, Elsa, -- 1945- -- Exhibitions.,
  • Hooykaas, Madelon -- Exhibitions.,
  • Video art -- Exhibitions.

  • Edition Notes

    Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 23 April - 14 May, 1976.

    Other titlesElsa Stansfield and Madelon Hooykaas.
    GenreExhibitions.
    ContributionsWhitechapel Art Gallery.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet ([2] p.) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18633799M

    Madelon Hooykaas talking about her work and her collaborations with Elsa Stansfield. by Street Level Photoworks. Open Book by mabsurda. Vito Acconci | TateShots. Het eerste videowerk van Elsa Stansfield en Madelon Hooykaas dateert uit Zij houden zich daarin bezig met verschillende werkelijkheidsniveaus, met begrippen als ruimte, tijd en beweging. Beeld en geluid zijn hierin gelijkwaardige bestanddelen.

    That work included her collaboration with the dramatist Barry Bermange on the four ‘Inventions for Radio’ (), which resulted in a new genre of radio feature whose audible influence can be traced to figures as diverse as Pink Floyd and Jonathan Harvey, and her partnership with the artists Madelon Hooykaas and Elsa Stansfield, all of. Elsa was born in Portugal in As a child, she read books, wrote poems and short stories instead of playing with dolls. Years later, in , she met a wonderful author from a distant country who showed her the path of writing/5.

    In Delia creates music for a third art film About Bridges by Elsa Stansfield and Madelon Hooykaas. In , Delia stops working for Laing as a Radio Operator on the laying of a gas pipeline between Scotland and Cumbria.   Commissioned by the Left Book Club to educate the public on the social and economic deprivation in England’s industrial north, George Orwell wrote The Road to Wigan Pier () in two parts: For the first, he detailed his experience living with coal miners; in the second, he pled for social justice, a democratic socialism of equality and.


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Scottish artist Elsa Stansfield and her Dutch partner, Madelon Hooykaas, pushed the European time-based media scene with their intuitive explorations from until Stansfield's sudden death insince which time Hooykaas has continued on her own.

Madelon Hooykaas and Elsa Stansfield began their collaboration in Madelon Hooykaas was born in the Netherlands, Elsa Stansfield in Scotland. Both first operated together under the name White Bird, later changed to Stansfield/Hooykaas.

Their first film was broadcast on Dutch television in Under the name Stansfield/Hooykaas the artist. Hooykaas' Museum of Memory [Elsa Stansfield] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Resources by Else Madelon Hooykaas (2) Else Madelon Hooykaas, Elsa Stansfield: "labyrinth" video-environment: [tentoonstelling, 14 oktober november, ; samenstelling tentoonstelling en redactie catalogus, Florent Bex, Jean-Pierre Daems, Glenn van Looy] Internationaal Cultureel Centrum (Belgium) [ Book.

Elsa Stansfield, [5] This abbreviated article is from a longer essay in the book ‘Revealing the Invisible: The Art of Stansfield/Hooykaas from Different Perspectives’ (see reverse for details).

The title ‘Everything is Round’ is borrowed from Elsa Stansfield’s exhibition at. Buy Else Madelon Hooykaas, Elsa Stansfield: "Labyrinth" Video-environment: [Tentoonstelling, 14 Oktober November, ; Samenstelling Tentoonstelling En Redactie Catalogus, Florent Bex, Jean-pierre Daems, Glenn Van Looy] by Elsa Stansfield, Florent Bex, Jean Pierre Daems, Glenn van Looy Else Madelon Hooykaas (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book : Else Madelon Hooykaas, Elsa Stansfield, Florent Bex, Jean Pierre Daems, Glenn van Looy.

Elsa Stansfield and Madelon Hooykaas visited Hiroshima. This profound experience is reflected in a number of audio/visual installations in the series ‘Museum of Memory’, Part 1 () and ‘Shadow Picture from the Museum of Memory II’ (), and recent works by Hooykaas again refer to it in ‘Feeling the Invisible’, (), to.

Madelon Hooykaas Elsa Stansfield 5 video environments (exh. cat.), Agora Studio, Maastricht, Else Madelon Hooykaas Elsa Stansfield, ‘Labyrinth’ video-environment (exh. cat.), ICC, Antwerp, 14 oktober – 12 november Madelon Hooykaas Elsa Stansfield (White Bird) The Lines of His Hands – Fragments From a Videotape.

Computational Atomic Structure: An MCHF Approach by Froese Fischer and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Although Elsa Stansfield died.

unexpectedly inHooykaas has continued their oeuvre in new work, some of. which is included in ‘Revealing the Invisible’. Further Information on the Artists Elsa Stansfield (Glasgow, ) and Madelon Hooykaas (Maartensdijk, ) began their artistic collaboration in. From the Museum of Memory, the cycle of video installations by ELSA STANSFIELD and MADELON HOOYKAAS consists at present of six installations, some of which have been realized a number of times (see the list at the end of this article).There will be a seventh installment of this cycle in ARNHEM CITY MUSEUM's Koepelzaal in September of this year.

About this Item: Centre for Artists' Publications, Bremen, Condition: Fine. xmm. Printed card promoting Raul Marroquin's work for the project 'Inside the City' from 19 July - 11 October at the Centre for Artists' Publications, Bremen, The book "Sound By Artist" was published by Art Metropole and Walter Phillips Gallery in It includes the Christian Marclay, Dan Lander, Micah Lexier - Sound By Artists - Sound Page flexi disc.

This is the discography ("A Selection of Recorded Works by Artists") from that book. Madelon Hooykaas. A talk entitled 'Revealing the Invisible: The Art of Stansfield/Hooykaas From Different Perspectives' from one half of the longtime artists' collaboration. Hooykaas, Madelon () “Chance Meeting: On my Collaboration with Elsa Stansfield”.

In Madelon Hooykaas and Claire van Putten (eds), Revealing the Invisible: The Art of Stansfield/Hooykaas from Different Perspectives. Amsterdam: De Buitenkant, 33– Hooykaas, Madelon () Interview with Author: David Butler. Although Elsa Stansfield died unexpectedly inHooykaas has continued their oeuvre in new work, some of which is included in "Revealing the Invisible ".

'Re:vision',Video Still Elsa Stansfield (Glasgow, ) and Madelon Hooykaas (Maartensdijk, ) began their artistic collaboration in Author: Lisa Jennings. Stansfield/Hooykaas Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) Scottish artist Elsa Stansfield and her Dutch partner, Madelon Hooykaas, pushed the European time-based media scene with their intuitive explorations from until Stansfield’s sudden death insince.

It is dated —the year before Madelon Hooykaas and her long-term collaborator, Elsa Stansfield, exhibited at the LYC.

On either side of the dedication are rubber stamps that suggest a sequential ownership. One simply reads “Delia Derbyshire”. It is mirrored on the inside cover by a competing claim: “LYC Museum Library”.Author: Hammad Nasar.

Publication launched in context of video installation by Madelon Hooykaas and Elsa Stansfield at Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, May German / English, 24 pages, b&w illustrations, print runsoftcover. Published by Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, €3,50 / members €2,In march the book ‘The Artist Interview’ will be published.

The artists are: Marina Abramovic, Armando, Marinus Boezem, Eugene Brands, Sjoerd Buisman, Tom Claassen, Adam Colton, Constant, Jan Dibbets, Ger van Elk, Madelon Hooykaas/Elsa Stansfield, Niek Kemps, Sonja Oudendijk, Henk Peeters, Lydia Schouten, Peter Struycken, Carel Visser.Including 24 videos by: John Adams, Peter Anderson, Kevin Atherton, Ian Bourn, Ian Breakwell, David Critchley, Peter Donebauer, Catherine Elwes, Judith Goddard, David Hall, Mick Hartney, Brian Hoey/Wendy Brown, Madelon Hooykaas/ Elsa Stansfield, Tina Keane, Tamara Krikorian, Mike Leggett, Stephen Littman, Stuart Marshall, Chris Meigh-Andrews.