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This catalogue documents Myfanwy MacLeod’s first institutional solo exhibition,  Where I Lived, and What I Lived For, at the Contemporary Art Gallery, January 20 to February 26, 2006. The publication includes essays by Francis McKee, An Empire of Ruins and Jenifer Papararo, New Icons of the Pastoral and an interview with the artist and Connie Butler.

 Where I Lived, and What I Lived For, was sponsored in part by Glenfiddoch Distilleries.

 

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Authors/Artists:
Myfanwy MacLeod  
Connie Butler  
Francis McKee  
Jenifer Papararo  
Christina Ritchie  

ISBN:
0920751938  

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48  pages
25    colour illustrations
6    b&w illustrations
10.5 x 8 inches  
Perfect Bound  

Published in Canada by Contemporary Art Gallery.

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Myfanwy MacLeod’s work is trademarked by her wry sense of humour, and her layered referencing of consumer and popular culture. Using the language of cartoon-style drawings and sculpture, MacLeod brings together a blend of art historical references and a humorous take on the self-absorbed and entertainment-saturated culture in which we live. For Where I Have Lived and What I Have Lived For, Macleod drew inspiration once again from the world of popular culture, this time beginning with Scottish folklore. At Glenfiddich artist residency programme in Duff Towns, Scotland (summer 2005), Myfanwy produced a series of photographs of the interiors of derelict houses in and around the Glenfiddich Distillery. These photographs, which investigate the idea of the supernatural, start the artist’s exploration of vernacular representations of the otherworldly.

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