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Author by : Will Bradley Languange Used : en Release Date : 2007 Publisher by : Tate ISBN : UCSD:31822034557082 File Size : 50,6 Mb Total Download : 364
"This reader gathers together an international selection of artists' proposals, manifestos, theoretical texts and public declarations that focus on the question of political engagement and the possibility of social change"--back cover.
Author by : Caroline Turner Languange Used : en Release Date : 2005 Publisher by : Pandanus Books ISBN : UOM:39015060873281 File Size : 55,8 Mb Total Download : 916
In recent decades, contemporary art in Asia and the Pacific has acted as a dramatic reflection of the social and political events taking place in the region. The unique perspectives and expertise of the authors contributing to this collection bring unparalleled insights to bear on this relationship between creativity and social transformation. Extensively illustrated with work by some of the most dynamic artists practising today, Art and Social Change is a compelling map of the developments within contemporary art and society in Asia and the Pacific. As the most up-to-date and engaging survey
Author by : Wei Hsiu Tung, National University of Tainan Languange Used : en Release Date : 2013-09-05 Publisher by : Lexington Books ISBN : 9780739165867 File Size : 53,8 Mb Total Download : 996
Artistic residency has become widely adopted in Western countries while only recently having become popular and well-supported within Taiwan. This book explores the challenges that this form of art practice faced in contemporary Taiwan from the revocation of Martial Law in 1987 to the 2000s—arguably one of the most exciting periods in the sociocultural history of the island. Case studies show what is at stake politically, historically, and socially in artists’ endeavors to give shape to a sense of Taiwanese identity.