Exhibition Checklist Suzanne McClelland: Furtive Gesture_CEDEpart2

  • Deluxe Edition unbound book in U.S. Army steel
    ammunition box. Hand printed accordion pages on various papers, edition of twelve. 7 x 11 x 4 inches
    Published by Virginia Arts of the Book Center, Charlottesville, Virginia

    Foedus, 2013
    Handmade bound book, edition of forty. 9 x 6 inches
    and 15-handmade bound books
    Various sizes

    Collaboration with Artist/Professor Dean Dass’ students, University of Virginia. G.S. Queen supervised the printing; Kristin Adolfson provided layout and design.
    Student research and printing teams: Mary Wells Ball, Courtney Dobrucky, Kate Farrell, Will Frazier, Elise Virginia Heartwell, Alli Herget, Caleb Jang, Victoria Kornick, Elizabeth Y. Pak, Thomas Pierce, Kana Saechout, Kiyoko Timmons, Alessandra van der Meulen, Alison Westfall. Printing and collating was concluded during the summer of 2013 by Shailagh Kennedy.

    Furtive Gesture, 2013
    with assistance from Kim Kay
    Mixed media drawings, prints, and photographs on various papers
    Dimensions variable

    Untitled, 2013
    Site-specific installation with scrim from Alice Tully Hall, videos, and sound tracks:

    BWP SWYPE, 2011
    Digital video, 2:06 minutes; color
    Footage from Bytches With Problems’ music video “We Want Money,” 1991, Lyndah McCaskell and Tanisha Michelle, looped with

    Carry On, 2011
    Digital video, 8:57 minutes; color
    Footage from Bytches With Problems’ music video “Wanted,” 1990, Hans Namuth and Paul Falkenberg’s documentary Jackson Pollock 51, and Paolo Cavara, Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco Prosperi’s documentary
    Mondo Cane.

    Part I soundtrack: Wanted, 1991 by Bytches With Problems (Lyndah McCaskell and Tanisha Michelle), with sample from For the Love of Money, 1973 by The O’Jays.
    Part II soundtrack: Morton Feldman’s score for the film Jackson Pollack 51 by Hans Namuth and PaulFelkenberg with cello performed by Paul Stern.
    Part III soundtrack: Audio from the film Mondo Cane by Paolo Cavara, Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco Prosperi featuring Yves Klein’s Monotone Symphony, 1962.

    Blind Contours at Tobey’s Pawn Shop, 2012
    Digital video, 3:30 minutes; black and white; no sound

    Current Models, 2012
    Digital video, 2:44 minutes; black and white; no sound

    Erase You, 2011
    Digital video, 59 seconds; color; sound
    Footage from the original TV series “I Dream of Jeannie”
    and “Bewitched,” 1965-1970

    Sweep for Dana Birnbaum, 2011
    Digital video, 58 seconds; color; sound
    Footage from the original TV series “Wonder Woman,”
    1964-1972

    All videos with assistance from Theresa Friess
    All works courtesy of the artist, Team (gallery, inc.), and Shane Campbell Gallery