|Author:||Main Author: Martinez, Daniel Joseph - United States 1957
|Title:||The things you see when you don't have a grenade!
|Digital Record:||St. Louis, Missouri: Washington University in St. Louis, University Libraries
2008, Washington University in St. Louis, University Libraries. Data are freely accessible.
The things you see when you don't have a grenade!
Santa Monica, Calif., Smart Art Press, 1996.
Sam Fox Keywords: Performance / actions
Sam Fox Keywords: Political / social commentary
Library Keywords: Martinez, Daniel J. -- Themes, motives
Library Keywords: Performance art -- United States
Library Keywords: Installations (Art) -- United States
Title Description - "Of the work and ideas of Daniel J. Martinez, Peter Sellars has said: '[He is] one of the most important and articulate artists of his
generation. Impossible to pin down, a genuinely free spirit, he is actually fearless. What medium does he work in? Life. Where will he strike next?
Who knows?' This volume documents every major project Martinez has completed to date and includes his controversial and thought-provoking
public art pieces. His cross-media cultural production is conceptual in its approach to photography, video, film, sculpture, and language in installation,
performance, and public art. Adding depth and commentary to this complex body of work are critics and curators David Levi Strauss, Coco Fusco, Mary
Jane Jacob, Susan Otto, Victor Zamudio-Taylor, and Roberto Bedoya. Text by David Levi Strauss, et al.'"- from publisher's catalog. 29 June 2009