Mary Beebe describing pieces in the collection
- Creation Date
- 1996 September 15
- Cite This Work
[Title, Date]. Stuart Collection Records. RSS 1250. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.
Audio only. Mary Beebe talking about the Stuart Collection, working out how to describe the pieces and the artists' intentions. Discusses the origins of the collection. Talks about Alexis Smith's Snake Path and its Garden of Eden, Richard Fleischner's La Jolla Project, Terry Allen's Trees, Michael Asher's Untitled, Robert Irwin's Two Running Violet V Forms, Bruce Nauman's Vices and Virtues, Jenny Holzer's Green Table and Ian Hamilton Finlay's UNDA.
- Physical Description
WAV file created from 3/4-inch video recording (30 minutes)
- Personal Names
- Allen, Terry (American conceptual artist and musician, born 1943)
- Asher, Michael, 1943-2012
- Beebe, Mary Livingstone, 1940-
- Finlay, Ian Hamilton (Scottish sculptor, graphic artist, and poet, 1925-2006)
- Fleischner, Richard (American environmental artist and sculptor, born 1944)
- Holzer, Jenny (American conceptual artist and sculptor, born 1950)
- Irwin, Robert (American environmental artist and sculptor, born 1928)
- Nauman, Bruce (American sculptor, photographer, and performance artist, born 1941)
- Smith, Alexis (American mixed-media and installation artist, born 1949)
Located in Series 2) Original Recordings.
- Related Resource
Online finding aid
University of California, San Diego
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Shared Shelf: 21733545
- Location Of Originals
This digital video recording is a surrogate of an item from the Stuart Collection Records (Box 3, Folder 1).
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Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (https://lib.ucsd.edu/sca)
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