Curated by Felipe Diaz, Autobiographies sought to examine the automobile as a cultural sign of belonging. We, as social beings, have long sought means to integrate our identities into social groups. If we find common symbols and signs to describe ourselves, that integration can appear to be natural and normal. The car, as a descriptor of the individual who drives it, exists as one of those symbols. Artists in the exhibition included Betsabeé Romero, Rubén Ortiz Torres, Tom Benner, Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky and Kevin McKenzie.
Curator: Guest Curator Felipe Diaz
Description: 32 pages, 14 colour images
Essay: David Garneau, Elizabeth Matheson, Felipe Diaz
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RPL Call Number: Dunlop 709 DIAZ