This 'Me' of Mine by Jane Boyer
Self, Time & Context in the Digital Age

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“…an art book, as well as a collection of essays, interviews, and artists’ statements, edited (or “curated”) by Jane Boyer…the various media represented include oils on canvas, digital and video art, and many others. Combined with the interviews, they illuminate the themes of self in relation to context…”
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"This ‘Me’ of Mine is much more than an art exhibition; it is an example of ‘distributed practice’; creative networking which goes beyond the limits of the artist’s studio. Recipient of Arts Council England funding and private sponsorship from HomeinOne.com, This ‘Me’ of Mine has brought a thought provoking art experience to four venues in the South East of England: APT Gallery, Deptford London; Strange Cargo|Georges House Gallery, Folkestone; Kaleidoscope Gallery, Sevenoaks and The Art School Gallery in Colchester/Ipswich Museum, Ipswich. Curated via Twitter and online communications, developed publicly from conception through to completion via blogsite www.thismeofmine.wordpress.com, This ‘Me’ of Mine is a profound exploration of the selves we know in relation to the context of contemporary society and the digital age.
Now This ‘Me’ of Mine is presented in book form – an exhibition on the page, of the page; an exhibition for the interior self and all of the unique private mental images which will happen as you read these curated pages.
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Published October 25, 2013 by Xlibris. 132 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction
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Above average
on Jan 06 2014

“…an art book, as well as a collection of essays, interviews, and artists’ statements, edited (or “curated”) by Jane Boyer…the various media represented include oils on canvas, digital and video art, and many others. Combined with the interviews, they illuminate the themes of self in relation to context…”

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