Engage 15: Art of Encounter

Engage 15: Art of Encounter
Library Shelf Location AP
Publication Date 2005
Description The institution is dead! Long live the institution! Contemporary art and New Institutionalism', pgs 6-13 Claire Doherty, Curator and Research Fellow in Fine Art, University of the West of England, Bristol 'A new modernity and the need for participation', pgs 14-16 Declan McGonagle, Professor and Director, Centre for Research in Art, Technology and Design, School of Art and Design, University of Ulster, Belfast 'Who needs a spin doctor/ Part two', pgs 17-25 Alan Dunn, Artist, Superchannel Programme Manager, FACT, Liverpool 'Thoughts on politicised art in a de-politicised society', pgs 26-28 Sarah Carrington, Curator 'Notes from the field', pgs 29-32 Barby Asante, Artist 'From oppositions to interstices', pgs 33-37 Carmen Moersch, Junior Professor, Department of Cultural Studies: Art, Media and Textiles, Carl von Ossietzky University, Oldenburg, Germany 'Museums of…?', pgs 38-41 Jane Trowell, Artistic Co-Director, PLATFORM 'Ten years behind? True stories of life in the provinces', pgs 42-49 Judith Stewart, Artist and independent curator 'engage interview', pgs 50-55 David Butler, Writer, researcher, Co-Director of Interrupt in conversation with Kath Wood, Director, Firstsite; and Jenni Lomax, Director, Camden Arts Centre Reviews, pgs 56-62 Pam Meecham; Malcolm Miles; Hannah Fussner
ISBN none
Quantity 1
Editor Karen Raney
Format Paperback
Publisher Engage
Category Education/Learning
Language English

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