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Art and future : energy, climate, cultures

Author: Peter Stupples
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018. ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This selection of essays examines the future of art in a changing world. In particular, contributors discuss the agency of art in conditions of ecological threats to the natural world, to climate change and the effects of globalisation, neoliberal economics and mass tourism. Following the lead of Chicago-based Frances Whitehead, whose essay is a key text, some contributors take positions on working with local  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Stupples
ISBN: 9781527504103 1527504107
OCLC Number: 1013967447
Description: ix, 209 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: UNOVIS and the future of art / Peter Stupples --
Ecological imperialism: Michael Shepherd's images of a changing New Zealand landscape / Elizabeth Rankin --
Questions of culture, natural environment and ecology / Evelyn A. Armstrong --
Nice background: two perspectives / Mark Bolland and Bridie Lonie --
Scientific reification / David Green --
Immanence and its distortions: metaphysics of an art/schience collaboration / Ashley M. Holmes --
Resonating estuary: transitions from site to art / Jan Hogan --
The water project / Margaret Feeney --
Civic experiments: tactics for praxis / Frances Whitehead --
Exhaustion algorithm / Luke Munn --
Knowing climate change through art / Bridie Lonie --
Pūkeko and butter papers: reflections on an environmental art practice / Catharine Salmon --
Rocks by the sea: an artist's notes on his growing awareness of climate change and the need for cultural reappraisal / Nigel Brown.
Responsibility: edited by Peter Stupples.

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