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Noisy Autumn

Sculpture and Works on Paper by Christy Rupp

By (artist) Christy Rupp
Published by Mandala Publishing
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Christy Rupp emerged as an American artist and activist in Manhattan in the late 1970s, using commodified materials to construct three-dimensional, sculptural works imbued with a dynamic sense of life. Noisy Autumn contains her recent sculptures and works on paper anticipating the dawn of late capitalism, and the Anthropocene. Rupp is primarily concerned with humans’ perceptions of nature: where do the borders of the “natural” emerge? The work aims to deconstruct harsh divisions that separate humans from our environment, while addressing the intersection of geopolitics, culture, and economics, as they impact the vulnerabilities of ecosystems.

Her sculptures and works on paper alike leave readers pondering human engagement with the natural world amid rampant consumption––and how they may take action.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Mandala Publishing (November 16, 2021)
  • Length: 96 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781647224844

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