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Why I Love: Jenny Holzer's Inflammatory Essays – Talking Point | Tate
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Jenny Holzer Inflammatory Essays, set of ten USA, c. offset print on paper 10 h x 10 w inches Literature: Jenny Holzer, Waldman, ppg. pins. Jenny Holzer Inflammatory Essays: Shriek When the Pain Hits During Interrogation Pewter multiple with engraved text. 5 x x 1 cm (1 7/8 x 2 5/8 x 0 3/8 in.) Incised with signature and numbering 56/ on the reverse (there were also 20 artist's proofs), published by Texte zur Kunst, Berlin. Over the years Holzer developed longer texts, such as the Inflammatory Essays (–82), a series of texts of one hundred words each, written in a more caustic and aggressive language than the earlier work. Printed on coloured paper, they create a very visual discursive mosaic. As the title suggests, they are ‘inflammatory essays’ on intolerance, violence, rampant consumerism, the.

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Here, Jessye Bloomfield shares her views on Jenny Holzer's lithograph Inflammatory Essays, on display at Tate Modern. Continue the conversation in the gallery and tell us what you think. 7/09/ · “With the Truisms, and subsequently the Inflammatory Essays and some other series, I had to assume a number of very different identities to be able to write them properly – especially since I am not really a writer. I have to use every tool available to me to make the text convincing,” Holzer reveals. “The purpose of writing so many distinct points of view was to question, ‘What do Author: Miss Rosen. Jenny Holzer Inflammatory Essays, set of ten USA, c. offset print on paper 10 h x 10 w inches Literature: Jenny Holzer, Waldman, ppg. pins.

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7/09/ · “With the Truisms, and subsequently the Inflammatory Essays and some other series, I had to assume a number of very different identities to be able to write them properly – especially since I am not really a writer. I have to use every tool available to me to make the text convincing,” Holzer reveals. “The purpose of writing so many distinct points of view was to question, ‘What do Author: Miss Rosen. Holzer’s “Inflammatory Essays”were inspired by her assigned reading list—that included the likes of Emma Goldman, Adolf Hilter, and Leon Trotsky—while partaking in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s independent study program in the s. Although the “Inflammatory Essays” do not necessarily reflect Holzer’s own opinions, they were meant to be provocative, and Holzer pasted. ‘Inflammatory Essays’, Jenny Holzer, –

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Jenny Holzer Inflammatory Essays: Shriek When the Pain Hits During Interrogation Pewter multiple with engraved text. 5 x x 1 cm (1 7/8 x 2 5/8 x 0 3/8 in.) Incised with signature and numbering 56/ on the reverse (there were also 20 artist's proofs), published by Texte zur Kunst, Berlin. Holzer’s “Inflammatory Essays”were inspired by her assigned reading list—that included the likes of Emma Goldman, Adolf Hilter, and Leon Trotsky—while partaking in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s independent study program in the s. Although the “Inflammatory Essays” do not necessarily reflect Holzer’s own opinions, they were meant to be provocative, and Holzer pasted. ‘Inflammatory Essays’, Jenny Holzer, –

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Jenny Holzer Inflammatory Essays: Shriek When the Pain Hits During Interrogation Pewter multiple with engraved text. 5 x x 1 cm (1 7/8 x 2 5/8 x 0 3/8 in.) Incised with signature and numbering 56/ on the reverse (there were also 20 artist's proofs), published by Texte zur Kunst, Berlin. Holzer’s “Inflammatory Essays”were inspired by her assigned reading list—that included the likes of Emma Goldman, Adolf Hilter, and Leon Trotsky—while partaking in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s independent study program in the s. Although the “Inflammatory Essays” do not necessarily reflect Holzer’s own opinions, they were meant to be provocative, and Holzer pasted. ‘Inflammatory Essays’, Jenny Holzer, –