"Bloomova Stolice / Bloom Stool"

Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes

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    Abstract

    Since I curated a small exhibition of Pavel Buchler's work for the Goethe Institut, Dublin, his practice has occupied a central space in my thinking about art and literature, exhibitions, institutions, media and the relationship between European and UK culture.In this essay, I was able to combine many of these concerns and write about just one work, Bloom Stool, which directly references James Joyce.It was an opportunity to show how incisively a work by Buchler can be rich in its art-historical, literary and cultural references and nevertheless achieve lightness and humour at the same time as unmistakably engaging our humanity and strengthening it.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationPavel Buchler: Marna race / Labour in Vain
    Place of PublicationPrague
    PublisherDOX - Centre for Contemporary Art
    Pages104-107
    ISBN (Print)9788087446003 8087446003
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2010

    Keywords

    • James Joyce
    • Contemporary art
    • Word and Image
    • Old Media

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    Lerm Hayes, C-M. (2010). "Bloomova Stolice / Bloom Stool". In Pavel Buchler: Marna race / Labour in Vain (pp. 104-107). DOX - Centre for Contemporary Art. http://uir.ulster.ac.uk/20988/1/PB%C3%BCchlerPrague1.doc