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Elinor Whidden — Car-carrying adventures

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Elinor Whidden (Artiste)
25 June 2013

With her photographs, sculptures and her performance art – from Niagara Falls to the Rocky Mountains – the Canadian artist Elinor Whidden revisits the myth of North America’s Far West and undermines the notion of car culture as a form of progress.








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Elinor Whidden

Artiste

Canadian artist Elinor Whidden’s work combines sculpture, performance art and photography. She has exhibited throughout North America and has received numerous grants and awards. With a Masters of Fine Art graduate from the State University of New York at Buffalo, she obtained a Bachelors of Fine Art degree from the Novia Scotia College of Art and Design.



To cite this publication :

Elinor Whidden (25 June 2013), « Elinor Whidden — Car-carrying adventures », Préparer la transition mobilitaire. Consulté le 29 September 2022, URL: https://forumviesmobiles.org/en/videos/2927/elinor-whidden-car-carrying-adventures


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