IDEAs 2004$55.00 per IDEA / all three in the 2004 collection $165.00 / an even half dozen $300.00
The 2004 collection of unexecuted ideas by Brian Jungen, Liz Magor, and Emily Vey Duke & Cooper Battersby are now available in limited editions. Your selected IDEA(s) will arrive on quality paperstock, bearing an official Artspeak seal to certify its authenticity. The IDEA document, suitable for framing, will be proof of your conceptual ownership. You may also like to consider IDEAs from the popular 2000 collection including Fiona Banner, Stan Douglas and Judy Radul.
Your purchase of one or more IDEAs comes with a year-long membership to Artspeak. With a membership you will receive announcements of up-coming exhibitions, book launches and events, and enjoy price reductions on Artspeak's publications.
Brian Jungen re-crafts commodities into sculptural objects, instigating a dialogue between his First Nations ancestry, global economics and the art object. His work has been exhibited at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver; Vienna Secession; Gwanju Biennial, Korea; Castello di Rivoli Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Italy; Power Plant, Toronto; Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; Kiasma, Finland; and was awarded the inaugural Sobey Art Award (2002).
Liz Magor has presented installations in sculpture and photography that examine questions of time, identity and existence. She has had solo exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; represented Canada at Venice Biennial; and been included in group exhibitions at Museum of Modern Art, New York; inSITE, San Diego/Tijuana; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and Documenta 8, Kassel, Germany.
Emily Vey Duke & Cooper Battersby have been working collaboratively since 1994. They work primarily in video, as well as in printed matter, installation, curation and sound. Their work has been exhibited at the Vancouver Art Gallery; Walker Center, Minneapolis; Renaissance Society, Chicago; European Media Arts Festival, Osnabruck. Being Fucked Up (2000) has been awarded prizes from film festivals in Switzerland, Germany and the USA.
|Brian Jungen: IDEA 2004||$55.00|
|Liz Magor: IDEA 2004||$55.00|
|Emily Vey Duke & Cooper Battersby: IDEA 2004||$55.00|
|Set of three IDEAs 2004||$165.00|
|Six IDEAs - both the 2000 and 2004 collection||$300.00|