Carol Bove, The Middle Pillar
A text by Cathleen Chafee
28 pages
Karma, New York, 2013
13 x 9.5 inches (33.02 x 24.13 cm)
edition of 1,000
$25 Purchase
PHOTOS
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The Middle Pillar: A Retrospective Introduction
In 2004 Carol Bove described her interest in what she called the provocative “shady places” of display: “a gradient that starts with a small, personal domestic object and goes through art objects, installation art, site-specific works, environments, installation design, architecture, etc.” Her use of historical objects and texts belongs to this larger project dedicated to undermining binaries, often the either/or distinctions between site-specific installations and autonomous artworks. 

Carol Bove, The Middle Pillar

A text by Cathleen Chafee

28 pages

Karma, New York, 2013

13 x 9.5 inches (33.02 x 24.13 cm)

edition of 1,000

$25 Purchase

PHOTOS

The Middle Pillar: A Retrospective Introduction

In 2004 Carol Bove described her interest in what she called the provocative “shady places” of display: “a gradient that starts with a small, personal domestic object and goes through art objects, installation art, site-specific works, environments, installation design, architecture, etc.” Her use of historical objects and texts belongs to this larger project dedicated to undermining binaries, often the either/or distinctions between site-specific installations and autonomous artworks. 

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