EXPERIMENTAL CELL PHONE TOUR


Rose Art Museum
Brandeis University

A project developed by Prof. Mark Auslander’s class
“Cross Cultural Arts and Aesthetics” (Anth 184b)

Commentaries on the 2009-10 exhibition of the Permanent Collection,

This exhibition is curated by Roy Dawes and Adelina Jedrzejczak

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Introductions and Overviews

1# Introduction to the exhibition

#12 Overview of Project (Prof. Mark Auslander, Anthropology/Cultural Production)

Upper Rose: Modernism, Social Realism and Surrealism

7# Marsden Hartley, Musical Theme (Oriental Symphony). 1912-13 (Penelope
Taylor)

33# Reginald Marsh. [Multiple works] (Penelope Taylor)

96#. Reginald Marsh, Elevated Train. (recorded by Peter Maphatsoe in Sesotho)

98# Reginal Marsh. 2nd Avenue Elevated Train. (recorded by Peter Maphatsoe in English)

20#. Rene Magritte. L’Atlantide. (The Reflection). 1927. (Mark Auslander)

95#. Picasso. (recorded by Peter Maphatsoe in Sesotho)

97#. Picasso. (recorded by Peter Maphatsoe in English)

Lower Rose: Photography


8# Alfredo Jaar. Water and Child. (Brian Friedberg)

5# Thomas Demand, Rechner (Supercomputer) 2001 (Mark Auslander)

6# Bernd and Hilla Becher, Photographs, 1983-2002 (Mark Auslander)


17# Gregory Crewsdon. Ophelia. (Ellen Schattschneider)

28# Cindy Sherman. Untitled. 1991. (Brian Friedberg)

25# Hannah Wilke. Needed-Erase-her, 1974. (Ji Yun Lee)

40# Richard Prince. Untitled (Cowboy). 2000 (Ellen Schattschneider)
61#. Richard Prince. Untitled (Cowboy). 2000 (Wesley Mattingly)

Foster Gallery: Abstract Expressionism

26# Adolph Gottlieb. Rising 1962 (Ryo Morimoto, in JAPANESE)

27# Adolph Gottlieb. Rising 1962 (Ryo Morimoto, in ENGLISH)


19#. Adolph Gottlieb. Rising. 1962 (Mark Auslander)

34# Adolph Gottlieb. Rising 1962 (Mao Matsuda, in JAPANESE)


35# Adolph Gottlieb. Rising 1962 (Mao Matsuda, in ENGLISH)

18#. Jasper Johns. Drawer. 1957. (Mark Auslander)


36# Willem De Kooning. Untitled.. 1961 (Mark Auslander)

37# Robert Motherwell. Elegy to the Spanish Republic. (Mark Auslander)

60#. Guston paintings. (Michael Dowling)

Foster Gallery: Pop


30# Roy Lichtenstein. Forget it. Forget Me. 1961. (Monica Modiano & Jonathan Turbin)

31#. Roy Lichtenstein. Forget it. Forget Me. 1961 (Jonathan Turbin)

43#. Roy Lichtenstein. Forget it. Forget Me. 1961 (Waltham Family School students, IN SPANISH)


23# Yayoi Kusama. Blue Dress. 1965 (Ji Yun Lee)


14# Andy Warhol. Saturday Disaster. 1964. (Mark Auslander)

15# Andy Warhol. Saturday Disaster. 1964. (Steve Miller)


16# Andy Warhol. Saturday Disaster. 1964.(Andreas Teuber)

22# Andy Warhol. Saturday Disaster. 1964. (Wesley Mattingly)

24# Andy Warhol. Saturday Disaster. 1964. (Ji Yun Lee)

Foster Gallery: Minimalism

29# Sol Lewitt. Pyramid #4. 1986 (Brian Friedberg)

38# Sam Francis. White Ring. 1966 (Polin Abuaf )

91#. Robert Ryma Four Aquatints & One Etching 1990 (Ryo Morimoto) IN JAPANESE

Foster Gallery: Contemporary


21#. Ana Mendieta. Body Tracks. 1982 (Ellen Schattschneider)

44#. Ana Mendieta. Body Tracks 1982 (Waltham Family School IN SPANISH)

32 # Jenny Holzer. Stave. 2008. (Jonathan Turbin)
92#. Judy Chicago. Birth Project. (Claire Mauro)

NOTE: Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch The AboutThing (in the Air) 2009, is located outside of the museum, between the Foster Wing and Pollack.

Commentaries on the AboutThing:

2#
Pennie Taylor

3# Leah Bartells

4# Stephanie Oberlander

10# Ellen Schattschneider

11# Jonathan Turbin



REFLECTIONS ON THE ROSE ART MUSEUM EXHIBITION BY STUDENTS AT THE WALTHAM FAMILY SCHOOL


These commentaries have been developed by adult students at the Waltham Family School, a family literacy program that empowers new immigrant families in the Waltham area.


IN SPANISH.En Espanol.

Surrealism

45#. Antonio Tappies. Enchanted Night (Noche Encantada) Ilda. En Espanol.

46#. Antonio Tappies. Enchanted Night (Noche Encantada)) Carmen

47#. Antonio Tappies. Enchanted Night (Noche Encantada) Eusebia.

48#. Antonio Tappies. Enchanted Night (Noche Encantada)) Marubeni

49#. Antonio Tappies. Enchanted Night (Noche Encantada) Maria M and Berta.

Modernism

50#. Marsden Hartley. Oriental Symphony. (Eunice) In English and Spanish.

51#. Florine Stettheimer. Music. (Student in ESOL 2)

52#. Florine Stettheimer. Music. (Maria L)

53#. Florine Stettheimer. Music. (Norma)


Photographs

54#. Richard Prince. Cowboy (Vaquero) Maria M. and Berta

55#. Richard Prince. Cowboy (Vaquero) Sheny.

56#. Richard Prince. Cowboy (Vaquero) Marubeni and Orfa.

57#. Richard Prince. Cowboy (Vaquero) Yvonne and Lorena.

58# Richard Prince. Cowboy (Vaquero) Maria P. and Delia.

59#. Gregory Crewsdon. Ophelia. (Alycz.)

62#. Gregory Crewsdon Ophelia. (Marcelina.)



67#. A Thousand Pities. (Delia).

Pop.

68#. Roy Lichtenstein. Forget it! Forget Me! (Beatriz y Araceli)

69#. Roy Lichtenstein. Forget it! Forget Me! (Araceli y Reina)

70#. Roy Lichtenstein. Forget it! Forget Me! (Marie P, and Brizeyda)

71#. Roy Lichtenstein. Forget it! Forget Me! (Maria and Briseyda)


Contemporary

72#. Judy Chicago. Birth Project. (Teresa G.) In English; and Spanish

73#. Judy Chicago. Birth Project. (Delia) .

74#. Judy Chicago. Birth Project. (Berta)

75#. Judy Chicago. Birth Project. (Sylvia)

76#. Judy Chicago. Birth Project. (Memories of giving birth, by the whole class of ESOL1)

77#. Judy Chicago. Birth Project. (Sheny)

78#. Judy Chicago. Birth Project. (Simone) In English and Spanish.

79#. Ana Mendieta. Body Tracks. (Edilsa.)

80#. Ana Mendieta. Body Tracks. (Sheny)

81#. Ana Mendieta. Body Tracks. (Eluvia)


HAITIAN CREOLE OU FRANCAIS


82#. Richard Prince. Cowboy. Imagined conversation between the Cow and the Cowboy. (Marilyn et Guerline)

83#. Gregory Crewsdon. Ophelia. (Marie et Napoleon)

84#. Roy Lichtenstein. Forget it! Forget Me! (Marie Oscar et Napoleon)


85#. Roy Lichtenstein. Forget it! Forget Me! (Marie Oscar et Jean)

86#. Judy Chicago. Birth Project. (Thierrey)


IN LAO

87#. Judy Chicago. Birth Project. (Bonnie) In English and Lao.

IN THAI

88#. Anthony Crewsdon. Ophelia. (Mimi)


IN MANDARIN CHINESE

89#. Roy Lichtenstein. Forget it! Forget Me! (Quan)

90#. Florine Stettheimer. Music. (Quan)

IN JAPANESE (BY BRANDEIS STUDENTS)


91#. Robert Ryman. Four Aquatints & One Etching 1990 (Ryo Morimoto) IN JAPANESE


Please note that the interpretations and opinions expressed on the tour are those of the individual commentators and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the Rose Art Museum or Brandeis University. Many thanks to “Voices of Soul” for the musical vocals.

You may record your own responses to art works by pressing Zero followed by the pound (#) sign after hearing an audio segment.
Out of courtesy to other museum visitors, please record your comments once you are outside of the museum building.

This is a work in progress. Please send comments and suggestions about this experimental tour to Professor Mark Auslander: mausland@brandeis.edu

Commentators

Polin Abuaf (Brandeis ’10 major in; IGS and Fine Arts/Studio Art)

Mark Auslander (Asst. Professor of Anthropology; Director, M.A. program in Cultural Production)

Leah Bartells
(Brandeis ’12: major in English and American Literature & Fim Sudies)

Brian Friedberg (Master’s student in Cultural Production)

Ji Yun Lee (Brandeis ’12; major in Economics and IGS)

Wesley Mattingly (Master’s student in Philosophy)

Mao Matsuda (Master’s student in Cultural Production)

Steve Miller (independent artist)

Monica Daniella Modiano (Brandeis ‘11; major in IGS)

Stephanie Oberlander (Master’s student in Anthropology)

Ellen Schattschneider (Assoc. Professor in Anthropology & Women’s and Gender Studies)

Pennie Taylor
(Master’s student in Cultural Production)

Andreas Teuber (Assoc. Professor in Philosophy)

Jonathan Turbin (Master’s student in Anthropology)


Special thanks to:// Carlos Martinez Ruiz (PhD student, Anthropology), Napoleon Lherisson.