Micah Lexier

book sculptures.
  • 272 Pages
  • 0.77 MB
  • 272 Downloads
  • English
by
Oakville Galleries , Oakville, Ont
Lexier, Micah, -- 1960- -- Exhibit
Other titlesBook sculptures.
ContributionsTousley, Nancy., Fleming, Marnie Lynn, 1955-, Oakville Galleries., McIntosh Art Gallery., Library & Gallery (Cambridge, Ont.)
The Physical Object
Pagination272 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14755933M
ISBN 100921027427
OCLC/WorldCa28670826

Micah Lexier: A Project For Surrey and Other Site Specific Works Micah Lexier book Liane, Pakasaar, Helga, and Lexier, Micah Davison and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

Micah Lexier is a Canadian artist and curator presently living in New York. As an artist Micah Lexier has worked with a wide range of materials including laser-cut steel, waterjet-cut aluminum, glass, wood, coins, fabric, drawing, photography, neon, printmaking, holography, sound, and letterpress.

Micah Lexier has produced numerous bookworks, projects for magazines and multiples. Micah Lexier found images, numbers, letters, shapes, diagrams, double-page spreads, packaging, stuff on the street, hands holding things, artwork by me & by others posts.

Download Micah Lexier FB2

Micah Lexier (Canadian, ) "A work of art in the form of a quantity of coins equal to the number of months of the statistical life expectancy of a child born January 6, ",metal, wood, enamel, paint 2 shelves each, 2 glass coves each; 2 metal boxes each, copper coins cm diameter and 2mm thick.

Purchased with financial suppport of the Canada Council for the Arts. The book has been redesigned for this edition by Micah Lexier and Matthew Hoffman.

" a handsome and highly readable collection of essays, apologia, manifestos, and interviews about sound art. There are historical overviews, surveys of recent work, discussions of copyright (a big issue in the age of digital sampling) and even some recipes for /5(4).

The book I'm Thinking of a Number is Micah Lexier book illustrated record of the multiples Toronto artist Micah Lexier has made during the 30 years between and now.

But the. A Week At A Glance is a one-year project by Micah Lexier made specifically for Rodman Hall Art Centre. Beginning on the first Monday of Micah Lexier book, four objects are displayed in the gallery's project space, which has been converted, per Lexier's specifications, into a custom-built s: Micah Lexier, Marcie Bronson.

Micah Lexier. Works | Exhibitions | CV | News. To each corner its own letter. Book Bag Drawing-A. Book Bag Drawing-K. Piece Number 08D-A. Piece Number 08D-B. I Added-B. I Added-A. I Ordered. Debbie Lexier’s Tulip Drawing, 1-C. A Minute of My Time. A Minute of my Time 38 (cents) One of the possible combinations of coins.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

A Coin in the Corner is an installation of special-edition minted coins by Toronto-based artist Micah Lexier. Originally commissioned as part of MASS MoCA’s exhibition Oh, Canada, each coin contains a simple line drawing of a coin in a ’s work is a clever pun for bilingual Canada, for the word corner in French translates to coin.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Catalogue of a travelling exhibition held at the Agnes Etherington Art Gallery, Kingston, ON. Micah Lexier: I'm Thinking of a Number is a survey of the artist's invitations, posters, book works, T-shirts, boxed sets and other multiples produced between and It includes a multiple created by the artist for this publication--a letterpress sheet of four stickers tipped in.

Christian Marclay, Dan Lander, Micah Lexier ‎– Sound By Artists - Sound Page Label: Art Metropole ‎– ISBNCharivari Press ‎– /5(2).

Micah Lexier’s Notation George Ifrah's book "The Universal History of Numbers" provides exhaustive documentation about the origins of our notation system: It should be made clear straight away that the modern figures 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0 acquired their present form in the fifteenth century in the West, modeled on specific prototypes and.

Michael Dumontier & Micah Lexier: Call Ampersand Response. Published by Lars Müller Publishers. Call Ampersand Response is a collaborative artwork made through an exchange of images via email. Between and Canadian artists Michael Dumontier (born ) and Micah Lexier (born ) conceived this activity as a way to share with each other their mutual interest in found images, line.

An installation by Micah Lexier Featuring a Story by Derek McCormack and twenty-thousand Custom Minted Coins. Micah Lexier is a winner of the Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts. Directed by Min-Sook Lee Co-production of the Canada Council for the Arts and Lift. Sound by Artists.

Description Micah Lexier EPUB

Edited by Dan Lander and Micah Lexier. Book pages, facsimile edition, softcover, black-and-white, 15cm x 23cm ISBN Published by Blackwood Gallery and Charivari Press in Originally published in by Art Metropole and Walter Phillips Gallery Out of print. Call Ampersand Response is a collaborative artwork made through an exchange of images via email.

Between and Michael Dumontier and Micah Lexier conceived this activity as a way to share with each other their mutual interest in found images, line drawings, and used books.

Details Micah Lexier EPUB

The starting image was of a circle on a rectangle; every subsequent image was visually connectedReleased on: Some, but not all, scholars accept that only chapters 1–3 contain material from the late 8th century prophet Micah.

The latest material comes from the post-Exilic period after the Temple was rebuilt in BC, so that the early 5th century BC seems to be the period when the book was completed. The first stage was the collection and arrangement of some spoken sayings of the historical Micah.

Micah Lexier: I'm Thinking of a Number is a survey of the artist's invitations, posters, book works, T-shirts, boxed sets and other multiples produced between and It includes a multiple created by the artist for this publication--a letterpress sheet of four stickers tipped in as the final work itemized by the monograph.

show more5/5(1). Each of the Words Micah Lexier 24 pages, 20 x 13 cm Edition of b/w laser printing on turquoise pages Published by XXXzines (a division of Hotam Pres. Canadian artist Micah Lexier has built an international reputation working in a variety of media including sculpture, photography, drawing, printmaking, and installation work.

Particularly interested in expressions of time passing and age, Lexier makes work that is often numerical in its themes. Over the past three decades, Lexier has produced a significant body of ephemeral [ ]Author: Canadian Architect.

The book was released in conjunction with the opening of the exhibition Insomnia by publisher Art & Theory. Stitched paperback, pages, × mm. William Ryan.

Vintage Book Covers Vintage Books Book Cover Design Book Design Graphic Design Books Fred Book Writer Minimal Design Nonfiction Books. Micah Lexier at the Stride Gallery / September 9 to October 3, / Calgary, Alberta [announcement (envelope)].

Wallpaper, Micah Lexier / Ten Relationships, [announcement (envelope)]. Micah Lexier / Book Sculptures, [bookmark illustrating Father and Son.] Micah Lexier / ‘Book Sculptures: Taller Child /. The Wind(various sizes and locations).

Commissioned by the government of Canada for the new Canadian Embassy in Paris. The Wind is a motif that appears in a number of locations in and on the Embassy, including the facade of the building, the numerous stairway railings inside the building, and on some of the glass panels throughout the building.

Artist: Micah Lexier This book is a document of Micah Lexier’s project, David Then & Now, which took place in a series of bus shelters in Winnipeg in the summer of The project consisted of a 48 different images placed in the spaces normally occupied by. This is Me Writing is artist Micah Lexier’s examination of the act of writing as a means of physically expressing oneself.

The 15 reflexive statements in this booklet were made according to various rules (“This is me writing as carefully as I can,” “This is me writing with my eyes closed”), collectively offering a comprehensive graphoanalytic portrait of the artist.

Micah Lexier, artist (b at Winnipeg 13 Nov ), studied fine arts at the University of Manitoba and the NOVA SCOTIA COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, where he completed a Master's of Fine Art in A conceptual artist, Micah Lexier's work embraces notions of identity and its representation.

Micah Lexier is a Canadian artist now based in New York City. He was born and raised in Winnipeg, educated in Halifax and lived in Toronto. He has participated in numerous international group exhibitions including Speed at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London and.

The book Micah Lexier: I'm Thinking of a Number by AA Bronson, Jan Peacock, Micah Lexier and Garry Kennedy, documents 30 years of the artist's works produced as multiples.

Lexier's work is often about measurement, numbers and ratios, therefore a book exactly pages long, with page 1 starting on the front cover, and page on the back, is fitting and reflects his keen sense of design and. “More Than Two (Let It Make Itself),” opening at the Power Plant on Septem is an exhibition comprising more than works by more than Toronto-area artists and artist teams.

Curated by artist Micah Lexier and presented alongside a solo show of his work, it is quite possibly the most extensive exhibition of local art undertaken here in decades.Artists Statement (5/96) Book Sculptures is a series of 8 large-scale works that illustrate a variety of familial relationships.

Each of the works is constructed in the same way, using full-scale photographic portraits which are bound to the spines of a series of specially constructed oversized books.