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Interview with Ian Dawson

Interview with Ian Dawson
Interview with Ian Dawson
Artist Boss presents a series of illustrated interviews with Anthony Caro's (1924-2013) studio assistants and critical essays that explore the role of artists' assistants to raise questions concerning the status of production, originality, authenticity, and authorship within the tradition of twentieth-century British sculpture. From varied backgrounds, the assistants' responses illustrate the different ways in which the evolution of sculptural language has been negotiated. They provide immediate access to artists' thought processes and an insight into the complexity of changing roles. Collectively they reflect and offer a range of perspectives on the frequently contentious and widely discussed role of the artist s assistant and modes of sculptural production. Contributors include: Anthony Caro, Guy Martin, James Wolfe (US), Willard Boepple (US), Andre Fauteux (Canada), John Gibbons, Jon Isherwood (US), Shaun Cassidy (US), Ian Dawson, Beth Cullen-Kerridge, Gavin Morris, Tim Peacock, Hywel Livingstone, Jonathan Gilderleeves, William Fausset, Patrick Cunningham, Olivia Bax, Neil Ayling & John Wallbank. Forewords by Tim Marlow and Karen Wilkin Essays by Jenny Dunseath and Mark Wilsher, Dr Michael Petry, Prof K P Cross and Sam Cornish
art sculpture pedagogy
89-100
Wunderkammer Press
Caro, A.
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Dawson, I.
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Dunseath, J.
Wiltshire, M.
Caro, A.
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Dawson, I.
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Dunseath, J.
Wiltshire, M.

Caro, A. and Dawson, I. (2016) Interview with Ian Dawson. In, Dunseath, J. and Wiltshire, M. (eds.) Artist Boss. Bath, GB. Wunderkammer Press, pp. 89-100.

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Artist Boss presents a series of illustrated interviews with Anthony Caro's (1924-2013) studio assistants and critical essays that explore the role of artists' assistants to raise questions concerning the status of production, originality, authenticity, and authorship within the tradition of twentieth-century British sculpture. From varied backgrounds, the assistants' responses illustrate the different ways in which the evolution of sculptural language has been negotiated. They provide immediate access to artists' thought processes and an insight into the complexity of changing roles. Collectively they reflect and offer a range of perspectives on the frequently contentious and widely discussed role of the artist s assistant and modes of sculptural production. Contributors include: Anthony Caro, Guy Martin, James Wolfe (US), Willard Boepple (US), Andre Fauteux (Canada), John Gibbons, Jon Isherwood (US), Shaun Cassidy (US), Ian Dawson, Beth Cullen-Kerridge, Gavin Morris, Tim Peacock, Hywel Livingstone, Jonathan Gilderleeves, William Fausset, Patrick Cunningham, Olivia Bax, Neil Ayling & John Wallbank. Forewords by Tim Marlow and Karen Wilkin Essays by Jenny Dunseath and Mark Wilsher, Dr Michael Petry, Prof K P Cross and Sam Cornish

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Published date: 19 July 2016
Keywords: art sculpture pedagogy
Organisations: Winchester School of Art

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Local EPrints ID: 398294
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/398294
PURE UUID: 89297458-3e74-4772-a549-281dbf10c38b

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Date deposited: 22 Jul 2016 12:31
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 18:32

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Author: A. Caro
Author: I. Dawson
Editor: J. Dunseath
Editor: M. Wiltshire

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