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In Conversation: Lucas Ihleinwith with Teri Hoskin

Chapter


Abstract


  • During April and May 2011 Teri Hoskin and Lucas Ihlein carried on a correspondence

    inspired by Ihlein's projects Bilateral Kellerberrin (2005) and Bilateral

    Petersham (2006) both site-specific residencies blogged live with postevent

    book and other productions. 1 The dialogue between Teri and Lucas took

    place within the pages of a small (cut down to-fit-in-an-A5 envelope) notebook,

    which the two artists posted back and forth. The intention was to facilitate a

    slow writing that had to practically consider the limits of pen, paper and letter

    post. Initially, the correspondence was intended to follow a strict weekly turnaround,

    in orderto facilitate «proper turn-taking.» The reality, however, was that

    the book often lingered with one or the other for longer than a week at a time. In

    this way the conversation became multi-layered, taking on the shift between

    the technics of language, meaning and community.

Editors


  •   Miranda, Maria (external editor)

Publication Date


  • 2013

Citation


  • Ihlein, L. M. & Hoskin, T. "In Conversation: Lucas Ihleinwith with Teri Hoskin." Unsitely Aesthetics - Uncertain Practices in Contemporary Art. Ed.M. Miranda. Berlin: Errant Bodies Press, 2013, 266-294.

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/371

Book Title


  • Unsitely Aesthetics - Uncertain Practices in Contemporary Art

Start Page


  • 266

End Page


  • 294

Abstract


  • During April and May 2011 Teri Hoskin and Lucas Ihlein carried on a correspondence

    inspired by Ihlein's projects Bilateral Kellerberrin (2005) and Bilateral

    Petersham (2006) both site-specific residencies blogged live with postevent

    book and other productions. 1 The dialogue between Teri and Lucas took

    place within the pages of a small (cut down to-fit-in-an-A5 envelope) notebook,

    which the two artists posted back and forth. The intention was to facilitate a

    slow writing that had to practically consider the limits of pen, paper and letter

    post. Initially, the correspondence was intended to follow a strict weekly turnaround,

    in orderto facilitate «proper turn-taking.» The reality, however, was that

    the book often lingered with one or the other for longer than a week at a time. In

    this way the conversation became multi-layered, taking on the shift between

    the technics of language, meaning and community.

Editors


  •   Miranda, Maria (external editor)

Publication Date


  • 2013

Citation


  • Ihlein, L. M. & Hoskin, T. "In Conversation: Lucas Ihleinwith with Teri Hoskin." Unsitely Aesthetics - Uncertain Practices in Contemporary Art. Ed.M. Miranda. Berlin: Errant Bodies Press, 2013, 266-294.

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/371

Book Title


  • Unsitely Aesthetics - Uncertain Practices in Contemporary Art

Start Page


  • 266

End Page


  • 294