intervalla: Volume 5, 2017

From Loss to Survivals: on the Reconstruction and Transmission of Artistic Gestures

Editor: Gabriel N. Gee

 

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This Intervalla issue on Loss and survivals: on the transmission and reconstruction of artistic gestures brings together articles that explore mimicry, transfer and resurgence of gestures in artistic practices. The project has its roots in a panel session organised by the TETI Group (Textures and Experiences of Trans-Industriality) at the 2014 conference of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies at the University of Canberra. The authors look at different types of artistic practices, from performance art to painting and architectural drawing, thereby offering an insight into modes through which gestures can be worked upon as revealing materials in artistic production. The volume combines studies stemming from art historical perspectives, as well as artistic research and aesthetic reflections by artists. In doing so, it aims to shed light onto some fruitful pathways through which gestures can be purposefully conveyed by contemporary artistic strategies to reveal hidden textures of our individual and collective beings.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Gabriel N. Gee

1

Ass Mask: Noh Faces New Ends
Gerald Raymond Gordon

8

Shuttlings Between: Deploying Borrowed Scenery in a Contemporary Walking Practice
Gareth Morris Jones

21

Reformulating Architecture’s Past through Drawing: Surveying Chinese Architecture in the 1930s
​Lori Gibbs

35

A Portrait of a Photograph that doesn’t look like a Picture: Photography and Identity as Image and Material in the Work of Edward Krasiński
Gil Lavi

45

The Building, a Scaffold, a Score. Exercises in Unveiling Materialisation: A Few Notes
Johanna Bruckner

56

The Many Faces of Pictorial Gestures: Magnus Clausen in Conversation with Gabriel Gee
Magnus Frederik Clausen & Gabriel N. Gee

79

Beyond Gestures: What Art Can Learn from Poetry
Delphine Chapuis-Schmitz

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