Introduction; Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 3; Chapter 4; Chapter 5; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chronology; Solo and Group Exhibitions; Index
Kaelen Wilson-Goldie is a contributing editor for Bidoun and writes regularly for Artforum, Bookforum, Aperture and Frieze. She has travelled extensively in the Middle East and North Africa to cover the relationship between contemporary art and political upheaval, writing for newspapers, magazines, journals and books.
'Author Kaelen Wilson-Goldie reveals the radical power of abstract painter Etel Adnan's life and work in a new book.' - Shirine Saad, Hyperallergic 'In a new survey of the artist's work, Etel Adnan, critic Kaelen Wilson-Goldie nimbly thinks across and between Adnan's fraternal endeavors [poetry and painting]. Her descriptions of individual works are melodic, vivid set pieces in themselves, keeping steady rhythm with the nearly one hundred reproductions woven throughout the text.' - Corrine Fitzpatrick, Bookforum 'Reading this account, our experience of both Adnan's painting and poetry can only be enriched.' - Isaac Nugent, Burlington Contemporary