Catalogs documenting our group exhibitions from 2009-2014 are now available for purchase on Amazon.com. They are published by the Society for Visual Anthropology, a section of the American Anthropological Association.
Ethnographic Terminalia 2014: The Bureau of Memories: Archives and Ephemera. Hierarchy Gallery, Washington D.C. Arlington, VA: Society for Visual Anthropology. [Amazon.com]
Ethnographic Terminalia 2013: Exhibition as Residency–Art, Anthropology, Collaboration. Arts Incubator in Washington Park. Chicago, IL. Arlington, VA: Society for Visual Anthropology. [coming soon on Amazon.com]
Ethnographic Terminalia 2012: Audible Observatories. SOMArts and Alley Cat Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Arlington, VA: Society for Visual Anthropology. [Amazon.com]
Ethnographic Terminalia 2011: Field, Studio, Lab. Eastern Bloc Centre for New Media and Interdisciplinary Art, Montreal, QC. Arlington, VA: Society for Visual Anthropology. [Amazon.com]
Ethnographic Terminalia 2010: New Orleans. DuMois Gallery, New Orleans, LA. Arlington, VA: Society for Visual Anthropology. [Amazon.com]
Ethnographic Terminalia 2009: Philadelphia. Crane Arts, Ice Box Gallery, Philadelphia PA. Arlington, VA: Society for Visual Anthropology. [Amazon.com]
Terminus: Archives, Ephemera, and Electronic Art was produced in a workshop of the same name at the 2015 International Symposium for Electronic Art in Vancouver. It was printed in limited numbers and distributed at the grunt gallery. It is also available as an e-publication along with documentation of the workshop and related exhibition ARCTICNOISE by Geronimo Inutiq, curated by Britt Gallpen and Yasmin Nurming-Por.
(2015) Terminus: Archives, Ephemera, and Electronic Art. Ethnographic Terminalia and Tarah Hogue (Eds.). grunt gallery and Ethnographic Terminalia. [E-book and workshop documentation is available here]
Exhibition Reviews and Articles
Ethnographic Terminalia was organized in 2009. Since that time members of the collective, fellow travelers, and independent reviewers have been writing about our exhibitions and curatorial projects. We attempt to provide a comprehensive list of articles and reviews below (organized by date).
2016. Ethnography at its Edges: Forces in the Wind. American Ethnologist 43(4):752-754
2016. Ethnography at its Edges: Bringing in contemporary art. American Ethnologist 43(4):745–751
2015. On the Margins of Anthropology. Huffington Post. December 2, 2015. [Link]
2015. Interactive Art at the Emmanuel Gallery: Anthropology Collective Harnessing the Wind. The Advocate (CU-Denver). November 18, 2015. [Link]
2015. Anthropology with a Paintbrush: Naturalist–Realist Painting as “Thick Description.” Visual Anthropology Review, Vol. 31, Issue 2, pp. 119–133.
2015. The Bureau of Memories: Archives and Ephemera. Fieldsights – Visual and New Media Review, Cultural Anthropology Online, March 20, 2015 [link]
Campbell, C., Hennessy, K., McDonald, F.P., Smith, T., Takaragawa, S., and Miller, T.R.
2015. Ethnographic Terminalia––After the Bureau of Memories: Reflections at the Intersections of Archives, Art, and Anthropology. Adami, E. and Ferrini, A. Eds. Mnemoscape Vol. 2 [link]
2014. Exhibition Review Essay. “White Walls, ‘Black City’: Reflections on ‘Exhibition as Residency—Art, Anthropology, Collaboration’.” Visual Anthropology Review 30(2):190-198. [link]
2014. Review of the 37th Annual Margaret Mead Film Festival, Oct. 17-20, 2013. Visual Anthropology Review 30(1): 92-95. [Download PDF]
2013. Exhibition Review. ART-THROPOLOGY: Ethnographic Terminalia at the Washington Park Arts Incubator. Southside Weekly. [LINK]
Campbell, Craig, Kate Hennessy, Fiona P. McDonald, Trudi Smith, Stephanie Takaragawa.
2013. Thinking Through Collaboration. Anthropology Now (special online series on collaboration). [LINK]
Butler, Shelley R.
2013 Exhibition Review Essay. Ethnographic Terminalia: Field, Studio, Lab. Museum and Curatorial Studies Review 1(1):116-124.[Download PDF]
2012 Exhibition Review Essay. Ethnographic Terminalia: 2009–10-11. American Anthropologist. 114(3): 538-542. [Download PDF]
2011 – A special issue of Visual Anthropology Review featured a number of articles and reviews. Link below to download the articles.
Brodine, Maria, Craig Campbell, Kate Hennessy, Fiona P. McDonald, Trudi Lynn Smith, Stephanie Takaragawa.
2011 Ethnographic Terminalia: An Introduction. Visual Anthropology Review 27(1):49-51.
2011 Terminus: Ethnographic Terminalia. Visual Anthropology Review 27(1):52-56.
Hennessy, Kate, Fiona P. McDonald, Trudi Lynn Smith, Stephanie Takaragawa.
2011 Ethnographic Terminalia 2010: New Orleans—27 Works. Visual Anthropology Review 27(1):57-74.
Brodine, Maria T.
2011 Struggling to Recover New Orleans: Creativity in the Gaps and Margins. Visual Anthropology Review 27(1):78-93.
Miller, Thomas Ross
2011 Ethnographic Termini: Of Moments and Metaphors. Visual Anthropology Review 27(1):75-77.
2011 A Gallery of Prototypes: Ethnographic Terminalia 2010, Curated by Craig Campbell, Fiona P. McDonald, Maria Brodine, Kate Hennessy, Trudi Lynn Smith, Stephanie Takaragawa. Visual Anthropology Review 27(1):94-96.
2010 Ethnographic Terminalia review. Visual Anthropology Review, Vol. 26, Issue 1, pp. 32–35.
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