4 edition of Sip My Ocean found in the catalog.
July 1, 2007
by Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
Written in English
|Contributions||Poul Erik T0jner (Foreword), Michael Holm (Editor), Anders Kold (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Pipilotti Rist: Sip My Ocean is on at the Museum of Contemporary Art until Feb Check out their pop-up Colour Fields bar while you're there. Check out our hit Author: Dee Jefferson. However, as you might expect, Rist’s concerns have shifted over time. Both of the aforementioned early works are on show in the exhibition Sip my Ocean, alongside the video of the same name from , and another, Japsen, from But in her more recent works, which predominate, Rist seems more interested in creating multi-screen, multi-media installations.
Pipilotti Rist: Sip my Ocean, at the Museum of Contemporary Art reveals the many and various ways this remarkable Swiss multi-media artist embraces popular culture, nature, the human body and the cosmos. I can’t think of another artist whose work is so holistic or more purely delightful. This exhibition presents Pipilotti Rist’s ground-breaking film and video work, from her early single-channel videos of the s to her large-scale multimedia installations and immersive environments, full of kaleidoscopic colours.
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Shortly before entering art school, Elizabeth Charlotte Rist took the name Pipilotti, combining her childhood nickname, Lotti, with Pippi Longstocking, the heroine of the Swedish children’s book series.
Rist’s identification with the girl-adventurer—a playful yet fiercely independent orphan who possesses magical strength—points to several features of her work: her ready borrowing from. This book accompanied the exhibition Pipilotti Rist: Sip my Ocean at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art Sip My Ocean book.
Curtains being a motif in the exhibition have been used as endpapers so the viewer can both enter and exit the work as if they were in the gallery. The book unfolds chronologically and is divided by artwork, [ ]. Sip My Ocean. at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney () is a dynamic example of screen culture in transition.
Rist’s aim is to create work that “rethinks the nature of video art itself ” and she does this by presenting images and narratives that occupy a spa ce that intersects art, film, sculpture and photography. Sip My. I go into Sip My Ocean, the Pipilotti Rist retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art, expecting to encounter some ‘Big Time Sensuality’.This was the title of an earlier review of Rist’s work published in by The Guardian, and it struck me at the time as a direct reference to the Björk song of the same name – that wonderful ode to big, riotous.
Senior Curator Natasha Bullock on the immersive art of Pipilotti Rist. ‘Sip My Ocean’ Modern art. You probably love it or hate it. If you hate it, or, at the most are ambivalent towards it, I have an assignment for you.
Check out ‘Sip my Ocean’, a special exhibition on until February 18th,at the. In the exhibition’s title-piece Sip My Ocean (), a video is projected as a two-mirrored reflection on adjoining walls, offering a kaleidoscopic view of an idyllic underwater paradise.
The camera takes us on a slow voyage and offers dreamlike images. Sip My Ocean showcases a spectrum of audio-visual enchantment featuring early videos to large-scale installations from the pioneering Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist. These immersive and colourful projections explore the relationship between the environment, the human body and technology.
The exhibition, the most comprehensive display of Rist’s work in Australia to date. All this came back to me when walking through Sip My Ocean, a massive and intricate career survey exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art (until 18th February, ).
To say that Sip My Ocean is an ‘experience’ is an understatement – it’s a full on sensory engagement for the eyes and mind, an ecstatic, hysterical and joyful plunge into Rist’s imaginative universe.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Exclusive to Sydney, the exhibition Pipilotti Rist: Sip my Ocean presents the spectrum of Rist’s groundbreaking practice, from her early single-channel videos of the s to her large-scale audio-visual installations and recent immersive environments.
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B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Michael Holm. Pipilotti Rist Sip My Ocean May 12–Aug Opening: 6–8pm SKMU Sørlandets Kunstmuseum Skippergata 24B NO Kristiansand Norway Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 11am–5pm, Wednesday 11am–10pm T +47 38 07 49 00 [email protected] Facebook /.
Contemporary Art Video Art Video Clip Art. The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) presents a major new exhibition by Swiss artist Pipilotti 1 November, Pipilotti Rist: Sip my Ocean is exclusive to Sydney as part of the Sydney International Art orating video and sculpture, Rist’s dazzling environments plunge viewers into colourful projections.
Pipilotti Rist's Sip my Ocean (). At first glance Rist's work seems to be all surface effects: psychedelic colours, dreamy music. A "hypermedium" capable of accommodating almost any sensibility--from the physicality and presence of installed sculpture to the exotic flights of fantasy of the MTV format--video has played a vital role in contemporary art for more than 30 years now.
Denmark's esteemed Louisiana Museum of Modern Art caught on to the potential of video art at an early. The exhibition Pipilotti Rist: Sip my Ocean presents the spectrum of Rist's groundbreaking practice, from her early single-channel videos of the s to her large-scale audio-visual installations and recent immersive environments.
The exhibition “Sip my Ocean” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia in Sydney presents the spectrum of Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist’s groundbreaking oeuvre in a solo show that spans her career from the early single-channel videos of the s to her large-scale installations and recent immersive environments.
One of my favorite video installations seen in Chicago. Pitch Perfect Riff-Off with Anna Kendrick & The Filharmonics - Duration: The Late Late Show with James Corden Recommended for you.During this period, she started working with spectacular video installations.
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