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Pulse: Art, Healing and Transformation

Pulse: Art, Healing and Transformation

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Book DescriptionExamining the complex relationship between art and therapy, Pulse takes as its starting point the seminal work of Joseph Beuys and Lygia Clark, whose respective artistic practices promoted curative effects. From these pioneers spawns a generation of contemporary artists who consider art as sites for restorative activity: Gretchen Bender and Bill T. Jones, Tania Bruguera, Cai Guo-Qiang, Felix Gonzelez-Torres, Irene and Christine Hohenbüchler, Leonilson, Wolfgang Laib, David Medalla, Ernesto Neto, Hannah Wilke and Richard Yarde. In addition to documentation of these artists' works, Pulse provides theoretical, historical and critical insight into this subject via essays by Sander Gilman, author of many volumes on the relationship between art, science and medicine; Sandra Alvarez de Toledo, a Paris-based author and curator; Thierry Davila, Curator of capc, Bordeaux and author of L'Art Médicine ; Jessica Morgan, curator of the related exhibition and newly appointed curator at the Tate Modern; and Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw, professor of African American studies at Harvard University. Includes work by Wolfgang Laib, David Medalla, Hannah Wilke, Cai Guo-Qiang, , Gretchen Bender, Bill T. Jones, , Joseph Beuys, Ernesto Neto,Richard Yarde, Tania Bruguera, Felix, Gonzales-Torres, Irene Hohenbüchler Amongst others. Edited by Jessica Morgan.~Essays by Sander Gilman, Sandra Alvarez de Toledo, Thierry Davila and Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw. Paperback, 8 x 10.5 in./128 pgs / 40 color 10 BW0 duotone 0 ~ Item D20361