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2 Through the funding and cooperation of Tamkeen Project the ICB started the Installation Art Program in an effort to give voice to the voiceless. Installation Art is a creative tool for free expression, by which the youth is empowered to articulate their concerns and to place their issues on the public agenda, a key element for democracy. © The International Center of Bethlehem Prepared By : Anton Stephan The Project Coordinator Examples From Mary Tuma Workshop Famous Installation Art Works www.annadwa.org

3 ARTIST Marcel Duchamp  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

4 Duchamp, Marcel 1887-1968, French painter, brother of Raymond Duchamp- Villon and half-brother of Jacques Villon. Duchamp is noted for his cubist-futurist painting Nude Descending a Staircase, depicting continuous action with a series of overlapping figures; it was the cause of great controversy when exhibited in 1913 at the New York Armory Show. Duchamp invented ready-mades—commonplace objects—e.g., the urinal entitled Fountain, which he exhibited as works of art. In 1915 he was a co-founder of a Dada group in New York. After 1920, Duchamp produced a series of elaborate nonfunctional machines. He emigrated to the United States in 1942. Many of his works, including the celebrated symbolic construction The Bride stripped bare by her Bachelors, even (1915-23), are at the Philadelphia Mus. of Art. ARTIST Marcel Duchamp  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

5 ARTIST Ilya Kabakov  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

6 ARTIST Ilya Kabakov  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

7 ARTIST Donald Judd  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

8  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST ARTIST Donald Judd This sculpture from the series “Stacks”, consist of a vertical arrangement of identical rectangular boxes, attached to the wall at right angles in a mathematical sequence. It demonstrates Judd simplification of shapes, volume, color and surface, and reduces art to its basic essentials: the cube. All his pieces were called untitled and were as plain as possible, because he believed that a work of art should be looked at as a whole, not as a collection of parts. In addition to sculpture, Judd designed his own furniture and designed and built several houses.

9 ARTIST Robert Smithson  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

10 ARTIST Robert Smithson  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

11 ARTIST Chris Burden  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

12 ARTIST Chris Burden  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

13 ARTIST Roger Welch  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

14 ARTIST Roger Welch  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

15 ARTIST Cornelia Parker  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

16 ARTIST Cornelia Parker  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

17 ARTIST Nat Goodden  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

18 To view NAT GOODDEN’s untitled 1990 installation at Matt’s Gallery, London, the spectator climbed a temporary staircase to a platform at the top of the gallery. A gallery-sized geometric grid had been placed from wall to wall. The grid was made from ordinary wooden doors which had been carved out to form a bowl-shaped cavity. ARTIST Nat Goodden  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

19 ARTIST Judy Chicago  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

20 ARTIST Judy Chicago  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

21 ARTIST Joseph Kosuth  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

22 ARTIST Joseph Kosuth  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

23 ARTIST Gabriel Orozco  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

24 ARTIST Gabriel Orozco  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

25 ARTIST Barbara Bloom  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

26 The Reign of Narcissism by BARBARA BLOOM is shown at the Serpentine Gallery, London, 1990. Most of the objects in the fictional museum room bore the image of the artist: plaques, busts, cameos, etc. The museum shop sold Bloom’s limited edition chocolates, champagne and postage stamps. ARTIST Barbara Bloom  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

27 ARTIST Josef Beuys  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST

28 ARTIST Josef Beuys  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTIST NEXT ARTIST This stitched felt suit expresses the idea oh human physical warmth. It symbolizes and evokes a sense of safety and shelter because felt is an insulation and life- protection fabric. Beuys was at one stage connected with fluxus, a movement dedicated to organizing anarchistic events and “happenings”, and this suit was copied from one he wore in 1971 in an unti-Vinam event. Beuys considered art as a medium for social and political change. He also saw it as having a spiritual dimensions, and believed that commonplace materials (felt and animal fat were among his favorites) could be invested with an intense healing power. He saw the role of the artist as parallel to that of the shaman, channeling energy from objects and giving them new powers and new meanings.

29 ARTIST Ilya tkin  INFORMATION INFORMATION  MAIN PAGE MAIN PAGE

30 ILYA UTKIN in (Forum of a Thousand Trusts) featured 16 columns covered in Xeroxed notes, sketches and tear-off phone numbers. ARTIST Ilya tkin  BACK BACK  MAIN PAGE MAIN PAGE

31 ARTIST Anish Kapoor  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST Endless Column When I am PregnantThe Earth

32 ARTIST Anish Kapoor  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

33 ARTIST Antony Gormley  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST  NEXT PHOTO NEXT PHOTO

34 ARTIST Antony Gormley  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST  BACK BACK

35 ARTIST Antony Gormley  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

36 ARTIST Rose Finn-Kelcey  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

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38 ARTIST Bill Culbert  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

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40 ARTIST Bill Viola  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST  INFORMATION INFORMATION

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42 ARTIST Christian Boltanski  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

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44 ARTIST David Mach  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST  INFORMATIONINFORMATION  NEXT PHOTONEXT PHOTO

45 ARTIST David Mach  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST  BACKBACK

46 ARTIST David Mach  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

47 ARTIST Eric Snell  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

48 ARTIST Eric Snell  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

49 ARTIST Hansjorg schafer  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

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51 ARTIST Krzysztof Wodiczko  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

52 ARTIST Krzysztof Wodiczko  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

53 ARTIST Krzysztof-Wodic  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

54 ARTIST Krzysztof-Wodic  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

55 ARTIST Simon Ungers  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

56 ARTIST Simon Ungers  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

57 ARTIST Loren Madsen  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

58 ARTIST Loren Madsen  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

59 ARTIST Maurizio Mochetti  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

60 ARTIST Maurizio Mochetti  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

61 ARTIST Mona Hatoum  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

62 ARTIST Mona Hatoum  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

63 ARTIST Mowry Baden  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

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65 ARTIST Vito Acconci  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST  NEXT PHOTO NEXT PHOTO

66 ARTIST Vito Acconci  INFORMATION INFORMATION  BACK BACK  NEXT PHOTO NEXT PHOTO

67 ARTIST Vito Acconci  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST  BACK BACK

68 ARTIST Vito Acconci  BACK BACK  NEXT ARTISTNEXT ARTIST

69 ARTIST Yukinori Yanagi  MAIN PAGEMAIN PAGE  INFORMATION INFORMATION  NEXT PHOTONEXT PHOTO

70 ARTIST Yukinori Yanagi  INFORMATION INFORMATION  MAIN PAGEMAIN PAGE  BACKBACK

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