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Imagination: Perception in Art.


Visionary architect and Archigram member Peter Cook will soon unveil the results of his collaboration with Colin Fournier: the new Kunsthaus Graz building. The inaugural show at this spectacular-looking venue includes works that explore the conditions of perception and cognition. Curated by Graz's Peter Pakesch and Katrin Bucher (with scientific assistance from Martin Prinzhorn), it is produced in cooperation with the annual Steirischer Herbst and Graz 2003--Cultural Capital of Europe. Among the more than thirty invited artists, all of whom evince an interest in phenomena that happen also to be of concern to neurophysiologists and cognitive psychologists, are Olafur Eliasson, Ellsworth Kelly, Bridget Riley, and Liz Lamer. Oct. 25-Jan. 18. --DB
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Title Annotation:exhibtion at the new Kunsthaus Graz building; Graz, Austria
Publication:Artforum International
Geographic Code:4EUAU
Date:Sep 1, 2003
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