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Something strange this way - Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller : [published in connection with the exhibition Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller - Something strange this way, 29 November 2014 - 19 April 2015, ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum]

Author: Maria Kappel Blegvad; Janet Cardiff; George Bures Miller; ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum.
Publisher: Ostfildern : Hatje Cantz, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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ARoS Aarhus Art Museum is proud to present SOMETHING STRANGE THIS WAY; a presentation of six spectacular multimedia installations by the internationally renowned Canadian artist duo Janet Cardiff (b. 1957) and George Bures Miller (b. 1960). The majority of those interested in art will know Cardiff and Miller as sound artists. Many of us will have experienced, or heard about, their so-called 'walks' with Cardiff's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Ausstellung
Named Person: George Bures Miller; Janet Cardiff; George Bures Miller; Janet Cardiff; George Bures Miller
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Maria Kappel Blegvad; Janet Cardiff; George Bures Miller; ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum.
ISBN: 9783775739788 3775739785
OCLC Number: 899759914
Description: 199 S. : überw. Ill., Notenbeisp. ; 225 mm x 160 mm.
Responsibility: [Ed.: Maria Kappel Blegvad. Texts by Janet Cardiff ...].

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ARoS Aarhus Art Museum is proud to present SOMETHING STRANGE THIS WAY; a presentation of six spectacular multimedia installations by the internationally renowned Canadian artist duo Janet Cardiff (b. 1957) and George Bures Miller (b. 1960). The majority of those interested in art will know Cardiff and Miller as sound artists. Many of us will have experienced, or heard about, their so-called 'walks' with Cardiff's intimate and thoughtful voice guiding us through public spaces. However, though sound is prominent and still constitutes the key element in Cardiff and Miller's works, they also work within many other kinds of media. Since the mid-1990s they have created a number of large, interactive and spectacular installations featuring sound, music, narrative, found objects as well as compelling light effects. These are the kinds of art works that form the core of the exhibition Something Strange This Way at ARoS. The title of the exhibition Something Strange This Way refers to mysterious places, amusement parks and museums where strange and bizarre forces are at play. Like a large number of Cardiff and Miller's works the exhibition plays on our expectations; they provoke our curiosity and seduce us, before twisting and revealing a new dimension ... Cardiff and Miller love surprises, complex feelings and open narratives. In the exhibition Something Strange this Way they take us on an unusual and wonderful journey through several dimensions in time, into a series of mental states, into the intellectual worlds of their fictitious characters, to the 'strangest' places; the home of an opera lover, an abandoned dentist's office or an unusual amusement park.--ARoS website.

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