3365 days

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Abstract

(2018) Contributing artist to Family of No Man (Cosmos 18), at Rencontres Arles photography festival. The aim of this exhibition is to raise the visibility of female and inter-gender artists working in the medium of photography. This is in a year that the Arles photography festival showcased 80/20% male to female artists. The exhibition is a series of outdoor & indoor installations, which is also available online: http://thefamilyofnoman.com/. The aim of the radical curatorial proposition is to re-visit Edward Steichen’s original Family of Man exhibition (1955), which, in its time, was described “as one of the most ambitious undertakings in an art museum”. The Family of No Man seeks to replace the visual register of white male dominance inherent in the original project with an inclusive visual platform of how the world is seen today through non-male eyes. Conceived by Olivier Cablat and Sebastian Arthur Hau of Arles Cosmos Books, selected and curated by Brad Feuerhelm and Natasha Christia. The work on display as part of an archival body of work ‘3352 days’ that examines the effects of age and time on a number of Identical twins. Some of the original work was exhibited in Arles in 1995, and has since been revisited every ten years.
LanguageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
StatePublished - 31 Jul 2018

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Arles
Photography
Cosmos
Artist
Original Work
Family of Man
Visibility
Edward Steichen
Art museums
Female Artists

Keywords

  • Family of no man

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Molloy, C. (Artist). (2018). 3365 days. Exhibition
3365 days.. Molloy, Caroline (Artist). 2018.

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Molloy, C, 3365 days, 2018, Exhibition.
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