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Jennifer Tee

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Accept and submit unreservedly or walk away: these are the choices that Jennifer Tee's work presents to its viewers. With an "all-over" approach, the Dutch-born artist draws from a variety of disciplines and installations that integrate video, objects, photographs, and text. Tee often uses autobiographic material in her work. In her Down the Chimney exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, she displayed a video based on stories that her closest family members had kept to themselves--stories that they never wanted to tell her. This book provides insight into this personal and autobiographical body of work, and engages its readers in the narration of worlds created within

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Author(s):
Jennifer Tee
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Unknown
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
908546014X
ISBN-13:
9789085460145
Publisher:
Artimo Foundation Breda,Netherlands

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Accept and submit unreservedly or walk away: these are the choices that Jennifer Tee's work presents to its viewers. With an "all-over" approach, the Dutch-born artist draws from a variety of disciplines and installations that integrate video, objects, photographs, and text. Tee often uses autobiographic material in her work. In her Down the Chimney exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, she displayed a video based on stories that her closest family members had kept to themselves--stories that they never wanted to tell her. This book provides insight into this personal and autobiographical body of work, and engages its readers in the narration of worlds created within

Author(s):
Jennifer Tee
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Unknown
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
908546014X
ISBN-13:
9789085460145
Publisher:
Artimo Foundation Breda,Netherlands

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