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'''David Medalla''' (1942, Manila/Philipines) lives and works between London, New York and Paris. Medalla has worked as an artist for almost forty years, making works which have included sculpture, kinetic art, painting, installation and performance. He co-founded Signals London in 1964 and edited the ''Signals Newsbulletin'' until 1966. Medalla founded the Exploding Galaxy, an artists collective, in 1967 and from 1974-77 was chairman of Artists for Democracy, dedicated to supporting liberation movements worldwide.
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* http://barogaleria.com/artist/david-medalla/
 
* http://barogaleria.com/artist/david-medalla/
  
 
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* editor, with Paul Keeler, ''Signals: Newsbulletin of the Centre for Advanced Creative Study'', 10 issues, London: Signals Gallery, Aug 1964-Mar 1966; facsimile repr., index by Julian Zinovieff, London: Institute of International Visual Arts, 1995. [http://www.ccindex.info/iw/signals/] [http://www.specificobject.com/objects/info.cfm?object_id=17840&inventory_id=20695] Review: [http://www.readcube.com/articles/10.1111/1467-8365.00075 Overy] (1997).
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* editor, ''Signals: Newsbulletin of the Centre for Advanced Creative Study'', 10 issues, London: Signals Gallery, Aug 1964-Mar 1966; facsimile repr., index by Julian Zinovieff, London: Institute of International Visual Arts, 1995. [http://www.ccindex.info/iw/signals/] [http://www.iniva.org/shop/voices_on_art_amp_culture/signals_magazine/gallery/signals_newsbulletin_of_the_c_8] [http://www.iniva.org/shop/voices_on_art_amp_culture/signals_magazine] [http://www.specificobject.com/objects/info.cfm?object_id=17840&inventory_id=20695] Review: [http://www.readcube.com/articles/10.1111/1467-8365.00075 Overy] (1997).
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* Adam Nankervis, [http://moussemagazine.it/articolo.mm?id=707 "A Stitch in Time: David Medalla"], ''Mousse'' 29, Milan, 2011. {{en}}/[http://moussemagazine.it/articolo.mm?lang=it&id=707 {{it}}]
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* N P James, ''David Medalla: Works in the World - Exploding Galaxy, The Bubble Machine'', Cv Publications, 2012, 64 pp. [http://www.thecentreofattention.org/dgsignals.html Excerpt]. Interview with Medalla explores his art, performance and poetry from 1960 in London and Paris to the present day. [http://books.google.com/books?id=hxmVFKUCezcC&printsec=frontcover]
  
 
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* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9IA_Vrkypc
 
* http://www.thecentreofattention.org/exhibitions/david.html
 
* http://www.thecentreofattention.org/exhibitions/david.html
 
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Medalla
 
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Medalla
  
 
[[Category:Kinetic art|Medalla, David]]
 
[[Category:Kinetic art|Medalla, David]]

Latest revision as of 09:58, 4 March 2017

David Medalla (1942, Manila/Philipines) lives and works between London, New York and Paris. Medalla has worked as an artist for almost forty years, making works which have included sculpture, kinetic art, painting, installation and performance. He co-founded Signals London in 1964 and edited the Signals Newsbulletin until 1966. Medalla founded the Exploding Galaxy, an artists collective, in 1967 and from 1974-77 was chairman of Artists for Democracy, dedicated to supporting liberation movements worldwide.

Works
Publications
  • editor, Signals: Newsbulletin of the Centre for Advanced Creative Study, 10 issues, London: Signals Gallery, Aug 1964-Mar 1966; facsimile repr., index by Julian Zinovieff, London: Institute of International Visual Arts, 1995. [1] [2] [3] [4] Review: Overy (1997).
Interviews
  • Adam Nankervis, "A Stitch in Time: David Medalla", Mousse 29, Milan, 2011. (English)/(Italian)
  • N P James, David Medalla: Works in the World - Exploding Galaxy, The Bubble Machine, Cv Publications, 2012, 64 pp. Excerpt. Interview with Medalla explores his art, performance and poetry from 1960 in London and Paris to the present day. [5]
Literature
Links