Ann Hamilton Lecture

The National Gallery of Art website provides a lot of great podcasts and videos with a variety of artists and scholars. Some artists include: Andy Goldsworthy, Ed Ruscha, Jim Dine, Roy Lichtenstein, Wayne Thiebaud, among others.

The most recent podcast may be of special interest to members of the OCAC community. It includes an interview with the renowned, multi-media installation artist, Ann Hamilton. Her work concentrates on “using time as process and material” and “her methods of making serve as an invocation of place, of lost collective voices, of communities past and of labor present” (read more about her from her bio here). As part of the Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series for the National Gallery of Art, Ann Hamilton presented a lecture that talks about her work, her processes, and her methods of making across her entire 30-year career. Give it a LISTEN.

Then, if you’re still interested, come down to the library and peruse some of these related titles:

  1. Bishop, Claire. Installation art : a critical history. New York : Routledge, 2005.
  2. De Oliveira, Nicolas. Installation art in the new millennium : the empire of the senses. New York : Thames & Hudson, 2004, c2003.
  3. De Oliveira, Nicolas. Installation art. [Washington,D.C.] : Smithsonian Institution Press, [1994].
  4. Hamilton, Ann, 1956-. Ann Hamilton : Present-Past 1984-1997. Skira, 1999.
  5. Hamilton, Ann, 1956-. Ann Hamilton : [tropos, 1993 : October 7, 1993-June 19, 1994. New York City : Dia Center for the Arts, [1993?].
  6. Hamilton, Ann, 1956-. Ann Hamilton : whitecloth. Ridgefield,Conn. : Aldrich Museum ofContemporary Art, c1999.
  7. Hamilton, Ann, 1956-. The body and the object : Ann Hamilton, 1984-1996. Columbus, Ohio : Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, 1996.
  8. Simon, Joan, 1949-. Ann Hamilton : an inventory of objects. New York : Gregory R. Miller & Co., 2006.
  9. Simon, Joan, 1949-. Ann Hamilton. New York : Harry N. Abrams, 2002.
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