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Laura Anderson Barbata : transcommunality : interventions and collaborations in stilt dancing communities : New York, Trinidad and Tobago, Oaxaca.

Author: Laura Anderson
Publisher: [Madrid, Spain] : Turner ; [New York] : Distributed in the United States by D.A.P., [2012]
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book that celebrates the artist Laura Anderson Barbata's alliance with traditional stilt dancers from the West Indies and Mexico, as well as her collaboration with artisans of Oaxaca, Mexico. Born in Mexico City, Barbata is a multidisciplinary artist who has worked primarily in the social realm. The book features her iconic work with stilt dancers, for whom she creates, in collaboration with community members  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Catalogs
Interviews
Named Person: Laura Anderson; Laura Anderson
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laura Anderson
ISBN: 9788415427919 8415427913 9788415427926 8415427921
OCLC Number: 834415132
Description: 229 pages (1 folded) : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 34 cm
Other Titles: Laura Anderson Barbata.
Transcommunality
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This book that celebrates the artist Laura Anderson Barbata's alliance with traditional stilt dancers from the West Indies and Mexico, as well as her collaboration with artisans of Oaxaca, Mexico. Born in Mexico City, Barbata is a multidisciplinary artist who has worked primarily in the social realm. The book features her iconic work with stilt dancers, for whom she creates, in collaboration with community members and traditional artisans, costumes and wearable sculptures. The resulting works challenge the notions of collaborative community art, public art, performance, sculpture and tradition.

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