Untitled (for M.). Kreider, Kristen (Author); O'Leary, James (Photographer). 2004.

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

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Untitled (for M.). Kreider, Kristen (Author); O'Leary, James (Photographer). 2004.

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Kreider K (Author), O'Leary J (Photographer). Untitled (for M.) 2004.

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Kreider, Kristen (Author) ; O'Leary, James (Photographer). / Untitled (for M.). [Exhibition].

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title = "Untitled (for M.)",
abstract = "Conceived both as a eulogy and a meditation on violence, fear and loss, Untitled II (for M.) references a traumatic event through word, image and object relations across series of displaced sites. The work engages with an event that took place at Victoria Park, London in 2003. The event, condensed into four lines of poetry, is first resituated within a domestic corridor space by projecting the lines of the poem through a sculptural apparatus made up of 209 pieces of hanging mirrored glass where it becomes fragmented and refracted onto the surrounding surfaces. Resituated in a disused Observatory, only six glass shards of the original 209 mirrored pieces remain as part of the sculptural apparatus for Untitled II (for M.). However, the sound accompanying the piece – recorded by sound artist Mikhail Karikis – is taken from the first incarnation of the artwork. The poem, again projected through the apparatus, is fragmented and refracted to create a dynamic constellation of moving word-images on the interior walls of the Observatory. The work was exhibited as part of the {\textquoteleft}(Dis)locating Specificity{\textquoteright} conference at UCL.",
keywords = "Untitled (for M.), kreider and oleary, kreider, oleary",
author = "Kristen Kreider and James O'Leary",
note = "Installation at The Observatory (University College London, 2004).",
year = "2004",
month = jul,
language = "English",

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T1 - Untitled (for M.)

AU - Kreider, Kristen

A2 - O'Leary, James

N1 - Installation at The Observatory (University College London, 2004).

PY - 2004/7

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N2 - Conceived both as a eulogy and a meditation on violence, fear and loss, Untitled II (for M.) references a traumatic event through word, image and object relations across series of displaced sites. The work engages with an event that took place at Victoria Park, London in 2003. The event, condensed into four lines of poetry, is first resituated within a domestic corridor space by projecting the lines of the poem through a sculptural apparatus made up of 209 pieces of hanging mirrored glass where it becomes fragmented and refracted onto the surrounding surfaces. Resituated in a disused Observatory, only six glass shards of the original 209 mirrored pieces remain as part of the sculptural apparatus for Untitled II (for M.). However, the sound accompanying the piece – recorded by sound artist Mikhail Karikis – is taken from the first incarnation of the artwork. The poem, again projected through the apparatus, is fragmented and refracted to create a dynamic constellation of moving word-images on the interior walls of the Observatory. The work was exhibited as part of the ‘(Dis)locating Specificity’ conference at UCL.

AB - Conceived both as a eulogy and a meditation on violence, fear and loss, Untitled II (for M.) references a traumatic event through word, image and object relations across series of displaced sites. The work engages with an event that took place at Victoria Park, London in 2003. The event, condensed into four lines of poetry, is first resituated within a domestic corridor space by projecting the lines of the poem through a sculptural apparatus made up of 209 pieces of hanging mirrored glass where it becomes fragmented and refracted onto the surrounding surfaces. Resituated in a disused Observatory, only six glass shards of the original 209 mirrored pieces remain as part of the sculptural apparatus for Untitled II (for M.). However, the sound accompanying the piece – recorded by sound artist Mikhail Karikis – is taken from the first incarnation of the artwork. The poem, again projected through the apparatus, is fragmented and refracted to create a dynamic constellation of moving word-images on the interior walls of the Observatory. The work was exhibited as part of the ‘(Dis)locating Specificity’ conference at UCL.

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KW - oleary

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