3 edition of Jin-me Yoon found in the catalog.
|Statement||[curator, Judy Radul].|
|Contributions||Radul, Judy., Western Front (Society)|
|LC Classifications||N6549.Y66 A4 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||99233854|
Jin-Me Yoon’s artwork Lesson 8: Myth/Legend “My Last Duchess” by Robert Browning Lesson 9: Legend (Narrative poem) “Lady of Shalott” by Alfred Lord Tennyson Lesson War “Dulce Et Decorum Est” by Wilfred Owen “next to of course god” by e.e. cummings Lesson Perspectives (Music/Rap Songs)File Size: KB. After Euphoria collects Jeff Derksen's writings on art, architecture and globalism. Focusing on artistic practice and cultural critique, these essays examine the questions, research and propositions of neoliberalism's synthesis of economy and affect. Exploring the works of Rem Koolhaas, Brian Jungen, Sam Durant, Andrea Geyer, Jin-me Yoon, Ken Lum, Ron Terada, .
Langford organizes the book around the conceit of the child's game scissors, paper, stone, using it to ground her discussion of the tensions between remembering and forgetting, the intersection of memory and imagination, and the relationship between memory and history. Scissors, Paper, Stone explores the great variety of photographic art produced by Canadian artists as 3/5(1). In this book, John O'Brian and Peter White pick up where the Group of Seven left off. They demonstrate that since the s a growing body of both art and critical writing has looked "beyond wilderness" to re-imagine landscape in a world of vastly altered political, technological, and environmental circumstances.
Their work, including images by Carl Beam, Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge, Donigan Cumming, Stan Denniston, Robert Houle, Robert Minden, Michael Snow, Diana Thorneycroft, Jeff Wall, and Jin-me Yoon, is presented as part of a rich interdisciplinary study of contemporary photography and how it has shaped modern memory.4/5(3). Bigger than a book, wilder than a tree September 14–Octo Judy Radul, Kevin Schmidt, Ron Terada, Ian Wallace, Jin-me Yoon East 1st .
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Jin-me Yoon. Jin-me Yoon’s photographically based work centers around preoccupations with history, memory, language and cultural identity. Born in in Seoul, Korea, she immigrated to Vancouver, B.C.
Canada in She has exhibited widely in Canada as well as internationally in the U.S., Korea, Japan, and Turkey. Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs Exhibitions Expositions: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yoon, Jin-me, Unbidden. Kamloops, B.C.: Kamloops Art. Jin-me Yoon's work explores the mechanisms and functions of identity construction.
This catalogue documents and analyzes her research from a residency on Prince Edward Island. Touring Home From Away is a project that explores the cultural functions of landscape, and representations of place as they pertain to the body and subjectivity.
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Posted on Septem Updated: Septem A new book edited by SMU Art Chair Noah Simblist will have its official launch at the New York Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1, Sept. As an artist working with photography and video, Jin-me Yoon is an important member of the vibrant contemporary art community in Vancouver.
Her work is recognized. Jin-me Yoon was born in Seoul, Korea, in She emigrated to Canada in and currently lives in Vancouver, where she teaches at Simon Fraser University's School for the Contemporary Art. Her art is photo-based.
She likes to question meanings and images of place and landscape that are taken for granted. The SCA's Jin-Me Yoon has been longlisted for a Scotiabank Photography Award, joining fellow nominees Marian Penner Bancroft, Lori Blondeau, Dana Claxton, Marlene Creates, Chris Curreri, William (Bill) Eakin, Evergon, Sarah Anne Johnson, Emmanuelle Léonard, and Evan out more about the nominees HERE.
Co-founded in by Edward Burtynsky. Jin-me Yoon and Kim Yasuda, The Distance Between, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON. Art and its Practices, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, B.C.
Curated by Jann L.M. Bailey with catalogue essay by Annette Hurtig, Interview with Jin-me Yoon on June 7, All subsequent quotes are from this conversation. All subsequent quotes are from this conversation.
 Susan Edelstein and Susette Min have written stunning essays about the video installation of Unbidden, exhibited at Kamloops Art Gallery from October 17 – Novem The SCA's Jin-me Yoon is having a year career survey across two exhibitions this summer and fall.
The first part, Living Time From Away, which was curated by Anne-Marie St-Jean-Aubre, is at Montreal's Musée d'art de Joliette from June 8 to September 8, The exhibition will include "photographs, videos and installations highlighting the different strategies Yoon uses.
Other Outstanding Questions: A Group of Sixty-Seven Graduate Paper in Art History, Concordia University, The trajectory of Jin-me Yoon’s work from “marginal” critique to mainstream proposition is an interesting case-study of “identity politics” in an institutional frame that is grappling with the ideals of cultural diversity posited by official multiculturalism, on one hand.
Jin-me Yoon: Unbidden Paperback – Decem by Susan Edelstein (Author), Susette S. Min (Author), Jann LM Bailey (Foreword) & See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Author: Susan Edelstein, Susette S. Min. Langford organizes the book around the conceit of the child's game scissors, paper, stone, using it to ground her discussion of the tensions between remembering and forgetting, the intersection of memory and imagination, and the relationship between memory and history.
Michael Snow, Diana Thorneycroft, Jeff Wall, and Jin-me Yoon, is. In book: Place and Memory in Canada: Global Perspectives, Chapter: Canadian diasporic artists and changing narratives of homeland: Jin-me Yoon. Fertile ground: Pam Hall, Ginette Legare, Elizabeth MacKenzie, Leslie Reid, Karen Spencer, Jin-me Yoon [Allen, Jan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Fertile ground: Pam Hall, Ginette Legare, Elizabeth MacKenzie, Leslie Reid, Karen Spencer, Jin-me YoonAuthor: Jan Allen. Simon Fraser University Goldcorp Centre for the Arts West Hastings, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4.
Main Office Second floor, Room Hours Monday to Friday, am to 4pm (closed for lunch from pm to pm). Stay up to date with Jin-me Yoon. Discover works for sale, auction results, market data, news and exhibitions on MutualArt. Margins of memory: Rebecca Belmore, Marlene Creates, Sarindar Dhaliwal, Wyn Geleynse, Jan Peacock, Jin-me Yoon, Sharyn Yuen, guest curated by.
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What I do is I will finish a book completely in my drafts and then I publish it all at s: 3.Fertile ground: Pam Hall, Ginette Legare, Elizabeth MacKenzie, Leslie Reid, Karen Spencer, Jin-me Yoon: ISBN () Softcover, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, “The exhibit is an extremely important part of Canadian history,” she says, “it’s bringing long over due attention back to this group and the important and significant impact they had on the history of Indigenous art in Canada.” MUSKRAT Magazine presents The Indigenous Group of Seven.