1999 anchor annual art essay essay series

This exhibition includes two of Ferreira’s installations on view for the first time in the .. “Zip Zap Circus School” refers to two unrealized projects by Modernist architects in different parts of the world: one by Mies van der Rohe in the Netherlands and another by Pancho Guedes in South Africa. By using these unrealized plans and models as the basis for her work, Ferreira points to how the plans become adaptable to other uses, contexts, lives, and events. “Wattle and Daub” connects Portuguese, African and Brazilian histories through an ancient building technique, the slave trade, and Jorge Ben Jor’s Black consciousness in “samba-rock.”

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1999 anchor annual art essay essay series

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