Self Portrait as a Semiopext(e) Foreign Agent
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’Self Portrait as a Semiopext(e) Foreign Agent’ is an artwork book created by artist Shaun Gladwell in collaboration with Kit Messham-Muir, Denise Thwaites and Paul Patton. The artwork book is an original theoretical text presented in the form of a faux Semiopext(e) Foreign Agent theory book. The title on the book’s cover is ’Shaun Gladwell: Patafunctions’. This work was commissioned by the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney, as part of Shaun Gladwell’s exhibition, The Lacrima Chair, exhibited at the SCAF gallery in Goodhope Street, Paddington NSW, Australia, 6 March - 25 April 2015.
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Messham-Muir, Christian (2015)This book focuses on art and war and, in particular, the photographs of Shaun Gladwell, an internationally acclaimed young Australian artist who has represented Australia at a Venice Biennale and has also served as an ...
Messham-Muir, Kit (2014)A year after my initial StudioCrasher interview with Shaun Gladwell, I caught up with him in his studio in London, where he is currently working on a body of work for an important commission for Sherman Contemporary Art ...
Messham-Muir, Kit (2015)For his exhibition The Lacrima Chair at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (6 March-25 April 2015), Shaun Gladwell produced a body of works that included an artwork-book, titled ’Self-Portrait as a Semiotext(e) Foreign ...