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Curious about Care - Contextualising Information

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posted on 25.03.2021, 21:13 by Natasha Kidd

Curious about Care is a series of painting machines reliant on the attention of others for their activation. By making public the role of care in the machine’s maintenance and upkeep this research seeks to understand if actively engaging the hand of others in the manufacture of a painting, in real time and with an audience, alters engagement and broadens access to the complex debates inherent in the works.

This item contains the following contextualising information:

1. Online publicity for Test Run at Museum of Modern Art Oxford, 2 May - 8 June, 2014. View via this link .

2. A video introduction to the exhibition Test Run at Museum of Modern Art Oxford, 2 May - 8 June, 2014. Available online here.

3. Machine drawings for work shown at Test Run. Courtesy of Natasha Kidd. Used with permission.

4. An exhibition flyer and press release for Test Run at Museum of Modern Art Oxford, 2 May - 8 June, 2014. Courtesy of Modern Art Oxford. Used with permission.

5. Online press for Ingredients, Method, Serving Suggestion at APT Gallery, London, August 2016. View via this link.

6. Machine drawings and production images for Painting in Time II for the Sullivan Galleries, School of Art Institute Chicago, 30 August - 3 Dec, 2016. Images courtesy of Natasha Kidd. Used with permission.

7. Machine drawings and production images for D-Coincidence at Yo Chang Art Museum, Taiwan, November 2016, part of the Greater Taipei Biennial of Contemporary Arts 2016. Images courtesy of Natasha Kidd. Used with permission.

8. A link to the Yo-Chang Art Museum web pages for the Greater Taipei Biennial of Contemporary Arts 2016. View via this link.

9. Artist notes and an exhibition flyer for Painting Amongst Other Things at Drill Hall, Canberra, Australia, 10 August - 7 October, 2018. Courtesy of Anthony Oates. Design by Small Tasks. Used with permission.

10. Online publicity for Painting Amongst Other Things at Drill Hall, Canberra, Australia, 10 August - 7 October, 2018. View via this link.

The above links can also be accessed below under 'References'.

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