Site works

Bould, P. A and Mitchell, B, Gillett, J (ed.), Mitchell Bould (2005) Site works, Winchester, The Winchester Gallery


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John Gillett of the Winchester Gallery, concludes his text within the Site Works Artist book by saying that ‘drawing' represented in Mitchell Bould's, Site Works project, 'is recognised as the focus of an interactive relationship between people and place, crossing boundaries, weaving communities’
In her essay ‘Tracing the Fabric of Construction’ (Site Works artist book) Victoria Mitchell contexts the project within current debates about drawing, space and digital media. Bringing together references from Thom Mayne (‘Connected Isolation’ in Architecture in Transition edited Peter Noever, Munich, Prestel, 1991, p.79) and Manfred Wolff-Plotteg (‘Updating Transformating Principles in Architecture’ in Olafur Eliasson: Surroundings Surrounded edited Peter Weibel, Cambridge Massachusetts and London, England, The MIT Press, p.651)’.
She proposes Mitchell Bould’s work as ‘moving drawing…where the simultaneous mapping and merging, of people in time and construction in space, is rhythmically embedded in the transparency and fluidity of old and new media, of drawn lines and digital images.’

Item Type: Book
Additional Information: Site Works artist book, documenting the project (April 2002-Sept 2004) and exhibition Site Works (Winchester Gallery, 30 September -30 November 2004). Site Works is the culmination of 3 years of research by Trish Bould and Belinda Mitchell. The book includes an introduction by John Gillett and an essay by Victoria Mitchell, Lecturer in Critical studies, Norwich School of Art and Design. The project received funding from Arts Council England, Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and Hampshire County Council.
ISBNs: 1873451539 (print)

ePrint ID: 39907
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February 2005Published
Date Deposited: 30 Jun 2006
Last Modified: 16 Apr 2017 21:54
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