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Hadley+Maxwell – Deleted Scenes

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Hadley+Maxwell – Deleted Scenes

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31 Mar, 2006 to 28 May, 2006

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Vancouver-based artists Hadley Howes and Maxwell Stephens (Hadley+Maxwell) examine the relation of politics to aesthetics. For Screen Test, their solo exhibition at the CAG, Hadley and Maxwell produced three new works that continue to build a tension between politics and aesthetics, reflecting on issues of taste and its historical construction. For their project, I Love You, they combined graphics from the Atelier Populaire, a French workshop who produced posters for the May ’68 riots, and text appropriated from Wings’ 1976 hit Silly Love Songs. The resulting works played image against word, testing the power and effect of the activist graphics against the clichéd pop lyrics.

 

 

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Artists/Participants:
Hadley Howes  
Maxwell Stephens  



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