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On view from 17 January – 31 March, 1997, Hypermnesiac Fabulations: The New British Art Scene was an exhibition curated by Philip Monk. This accompanying publication includes an introductory essay that examines the relationships between artists Tracey Emin, Georgina Starr and Jane and Louise Wilson and the shared characteristics of their work which include an autobiographical basis, narrative or performance origins and an interest in transformations undergone by memory and perception. Separate essays on each artist survey the development of their work.
Author(s): Philip Monk
Publisher: The Power Plant
Dimensions: 18 x 18 cm
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