Patty Struik

Patty Struik: (DIS) APPEAR

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24 maart 2020

Kunstenaar Patty Struik presenteert voor mister Motley een beeldessay over verschijnen en verdwijnen. Ze heeft daarbij teksten, links, video’s, collecties en websites toegevoegd.
Patty Struik presents an image essay about presence and absence, with additional texts and links to videos, collections and sites


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01. Blowing a bubble with chewing gum. Undated. Photo by John G. Moebes. © Corbis.
02. Dan Estabrook – Pathetica series : Cloudy Self-Portrait, 2001. Waxed calotype negative with graphite, and salt print. 10″ x 8″ each.
03. Joseph Cornell, “They Say the Owl is a Baker’s Daughter” Ophelia, 1971, collage with ink and pencil on paperboard, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of The Joseph and Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation.
04. Source Unknown.
05. Kansuke Yamamoto (1914 – 1987)
06. Masao Yamamoto – Kawa=Flow #1637, 2015. Silver gelatin print, 24.1 × 16 cm. Edition of 20.
07. Patty Struik – No title. Photo on aluminium. Black wooden frame. ± 80 x 110 cm.1990.
08. Ruth Thorne-Thomsen “Dot Lady, Wisconsin” (1983) silver gelatin print 4 x 5 in. © Ruth Thorne-Thomsen, Courtesy of the Laurence Miller Gallery.
09. Elspeth Diederix – Macquette, 2008, 90 x 69 cm.
10. Ron Jude
11. Patty Struik  – Text on the wall, variable  dimensions. Also part of a series of 26 booklets, dedicated to Bouvard and Pécuchet. 10 x 15 cm. Edition 300 ex. in booklet nr. D : ‘Ongerepte namen noemen’ 1992. in booklet nr. F: ‘Eternal Eureka’ 2017.
12. Elena Anosova – Atlas of the first snow. Katangsky District, Irkutsky region, Russia, 2016.
13. René Magritte (Belgian, 1898-1967) – The Unexpected Answer (1933)  Oil on canvas, 81.5 x 54.1 cm
14. Phantasmagoria show of the early 1800s   Pepper’s Ghost, a special effects technique for creating transparent ghostly images. It works by reflecting the image of a ghost off of a sheet of plexiglass.
15. Bookghost from ‘Histoire naturelle des oiseaux ornée’, by Albin Eleazar. Part of Collection ‘Bookghosts’ by Patty Struik . See a selection on Facebook :
16. X-RAY of the painting ‘Venus, Cupid And Jealousy’ 1550, by Bronzino / Agnolo di Cosimo (1503 -1572).  It reveals a satyr’s face hidden beneath the surface of the painting, jealousy/ and
17.  Patty Struik – No title. Photo on aluminium 132 x 102 cm. 1985/1992. Also part of a series of 26 booklets, dedicated to Bouvard and Pécuchet. 10 x 15 cm. Edition 300 ex.  in booklet nr. D : ‘Ongerepte namen noemen’ 1992.
18. Paul Delvaux (1897 – 1994) – Danse macabre, 1959. Pen and ink, gouache and wash on card, 59.5 x 75.3 cm.
19. Still from : ‘Vampyr , Der Traum des Allan Gray’, a 1932 German–French horror film directed by Danish director Carl Theodor Dreyer.
20. Patty Struik – From the series : ‘Erased Faces’. Photo on aluminium, ± 60 x 80 cm, 1991/93. Also in lightbox, ± 60 x 80 x 10 cm,1991/93.
21. Victorian vanity black mirror, H 49.5 x W 29 cm. Photo from Ebay.
22. Charles Allan Gilbert – All Is vanity ambiguous figure (Skull Illusion), 19th c. painting
23. Robert Rauschenberg – Erased de Kooning Drawing, 1953.
24. The brown lady of Raynham Hall (Dorothy Walpole), a ghost that haunts Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England. and and
25. Denis Cherim – Coincidence Project, photography.
26. X-RAY of the painting ‘Venus with a Mirror’, ca.1555, by Titian, oil on canvas, 124 cm × 104 cm, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. and
27.  Spectrum of totally eclipsed sun. Photograph of Royal Canadian Air Force “Operation Eclipse”, taken by unknown photographer in Royal Canadian Air Force, July 9 1945, Photographed from Mitchell Aircraft, altitude 26,000′ near Yorkton, Saskatchewan. Gelatin silver print, 1945.
28. Allegory of Death – Tomás Mondragón. (Reverse Memento Mori – Messenger of mortality, or, Life and death contrasted).
29. Spirit photography and
30. Etienne-Jules Marey – Motion Studie, chronophotograph. and
31. Augustina Woodgate – Chalk Wall No. 2 , from : If these walls could talk, 2011, installation view, sanded classroom walls, wall dust, found chalkboards.
32. Fernando Lemos – Luz teimosa, 1949/1952, silver gelatin print, 40 × 40 cm.
33. Jim Campbell –  Still from Library, 2003.
34. Spirit Photography – A séance, an attempt to communicate with spirits. and and


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