Texts by Lucy Lippard, Tom Hill, and Ron Noganosh
Ottawa-based artist Ron Noganosh's found objects, sculptures and installations speak of the difficult and manifold issues faced by contemporary native communities: environment, natural resources, territory, culture, language, poverty and self-governance. Central to his work is the knowledge that these concerns are shared by communities in other countries and cultures. With a stark and moving introduction by Noganosh, this illustrated exhibition publication features an essay by Tom Hill that describes Noganosh's twenty year practice, while an essay by cultural critic Lucy Lippard explores Noganosh’s, and other First Nation artists’, unique contributions to the genre of found objects and assemblages.
80 pp; hardcover
Col. + b/w ill.; 9 x 6 in
This publication is no longer in print, but please contact us for reference access.
Co-published with Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford ON