Perspectives 162: Snow: Works by Allie Bogle and Libbie Masterson

Perspectives 162: Snow: Works by Allie Bogle and Libbie Masterson
Library Shelf Location 17.SNOW
Publication Date 2008
Description The exhibition is the first museum exhibition for Los Angeles-based conceptual artist Allie Bogle and Houston-based photographer Libbie Masterson, and featured installations work by both artists. For Perspectives 162: Snow, both Bogle and Masterson created immersive, interactive environments in which viewers were invited to either playfully engage or sit in quiet meditation. In Antarctica 360º, 2008, a new installation that Libbie Masterson created for the exhibition, the artist invited museum visitors to immerse themselves in a dramatic 360º view taken at the Earth’s most southern polar region. Allie Bogle recreated her installation, Untitled (I Love You More Now That You’re Gone), 2007. The work featured an interactive environment created with artificial snow. Masterson received her BFA from California College of the Arts, and subsequently studied at Parson’s School of Design in Paris. Bogle her BA from University of California, Los Angeles, and her MFA from California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, and also studied at Mountain School of Art, Los Angeles. Includes an essay by Valerie Cassel Oliver; documentation of the artists’ career.
ISBN 9781933619149
Quantity 1
Pages 12
Author Valerie Cassel Oliver
Format Paperback
Publisher Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston
Related Artists Allie Bogle, Libbie Masterson
Categories Conceptual Art, Photography, Group Exhibition/Multiple Artists
Related Curator/Producer Valerie Cassel Oliver
Language English

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