rest [reste]

nichola feldman-kiss

Date de naissance 1962
Lieu de naissance Ottawa, Ontario

How does our clothing connect us to others throughout time? In her body of work called rest, Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist nichola feldman-kiss documents a series of performances developed after she received a vintage cocktail wardrobe previously belonging to Thelma Cullingham, the late mother of an acquaintance. This image of a crumpled paisley jacket is part of a series of 29 photographs that document one performance developed around these garments, in which feldman-kiss methodically tried on and took off each item of clothing, photographing each one after its removal. Through her garments from the 1960s and 70s, feldman-kiss builds a connection with Thelma, a woman otherwise unknown to her, and presents a reflective meditation on the body, absence, and what we leave behind.

Technique impressions chromogènes sur papier
DATE 2004-2005
DIMENSIONS 0cm
Numéro d'acquisition 2008.07.06 a-g
Détails Collection de la Galerie d'art d'Ottawa : achat avec le soutien financier du Programme d'aide aux acquisitions du Conseil des arts du Canada, de Glen Bloom et don de l'artiste, 2008
Description du catalogue
Photographs of individual articles of clothing each on a white background, most are crumpled, or folded.

La GAO est FERMÉE du 1er au 5 JUILLET