John Knecht: Animating Destiny

Publication Type:

Catalog

Source:

Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University (1997)

Keywords:

bibliographic

Abstract:

John Knecht: Animating Destiny. Catalog includes an Introduction and Acknowledgments by Elizabeth Licata, an Artist's Statement with the following paragraphs and titles: The Video Tapes: "The Possible Fog of Heaven," "301 Nails... No Air Loss, 1995," and "The POXIOX Study: Tales of the End of the World, 1996," The Photographs, The Paintings, and Notes. Other paragraphs include Fragments for Locating John Knecht, Mockery was the first assailant to come forth, Unraveled pre-determination came soon after, Melancholy and suicide stayed hidden, Only I could see them buried in the refuse, Dilaudid 50, Percodan 100, Quaalude 150, The signal was constantly breaking up at first, The raster scraps piled so deep that, at times, it was hard to make out write from reason, I began, moving ahead, my feet still sticking to the surface. The catalogs final pages cover Recent Selected Screenings, Selected One Person Screenings, Single Channel Tapes, and a Checklist of Works on Paper.

Institution/Organizer:
Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University
Site:
Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University
Curator(s):
Licata,Elizabeth
Exhibition Dates:
September 21- November 30, 1997
Artist(s):
Knecht,John
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