Cryptophilistinism


Title

Cryptophilistinism

Date

Description

Published to accompany the exhibition held at Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Fitzroy, Vic, 6 February to 28 February, 2009.
"Cryptophilistinism was an investigation of how we employ a vacuous brashness in an attempt to decipher the barrage of images and information that surround us. With reference to popular culture, pseudo-academicism and the privileging of the referent, Kirpalani teases out our profound ability to say nothing really loudly and to a chorus of acclaim. Featuring the work of five artists from across Australia, this exhibition featured new work in a range of media"--Website.
Curated by Amita Kirpalani.
Text by Amita Kirpalani
Artists: Stuart Bailey, James Dodd, Sarah Goffman, Scott Morrison, Justin Trendall

Language

English

Source

Held by Monash University Library's Caulfield Rare Books Find this item in the Library catalogue.

Type

Extent

1 folded sheet (4) pages : colour illustrations; 21 cm.

Rights

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Citation

Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, “Cryptophilistinism ,” Monash Collections Online, accessed December 16, 2019, http://repository.monash.edu/items/show/69784

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