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Art as a public issue : how art and its institutions reinvent the public dimension

Author: Chantal Mouffe; Stichting Kunst en Openbare Ruimte.; et al
Publisher: Rotterdam : NAi Publishers ; Amsterdam : SKOR ; New York, NY : Available in North, South and Central America through D.A.P., ©2008.
Series: Open (Amsterdam, Netherlands)., nr. 14.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chantal Mouffe; Stichting Kunst en Openbare Ruimte.; et al
ISBN: 9789056624354 9056624350
OCLC Number: 216939366
Notes: Cover title.
2 copies of poster entitled: Museum of revolution: a blueprint.
Description: 176 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm. + 2 posters (60 x 92 cm., folded to 15 x 23 cm.)
Contents: Editorial / Jorinde Seijdel --
Art and democracy : art as an agnostic intervention in public space / Chantal Mouffe --
Playing the wild child : art institutions in a situation of changed public interest / Nina Möntmann --
Publics and post-publics : the production of the social / Simon Sheikh --
Exhibiting cult value : on sacred spaces as public spaces and vice versa / Sven Lütticken --
From theatrum mundi to experimentum mundi : a constructivist perspective on public intimacy / Sjoerd van Tuinen --
Lying freely to the public : and other, maybe better, ways to survive / Jan Verwoert --
Down by numbers / 16beaver --
The snowman : interview with Kasper König / Florian Waldvogel --
Art is either plagiarism or revolution, or : something is definitely going to happen here / Bik Van der Pol --
How much politics can art take? / Bavo --
From emergency to emergence : notes on Citizens and subjects by Aernout Mik / Maria Hlavajova --
Autonomous community art in private-public space : in conversation with Jeroen Boomgaard and Tom van Gestel / Max Bruinsma.
Series Title: Open (Amsterdam, Netherlands)., nr. 14.
Other Titles: Museum of revolution : a blueprint.
Responsibility: contributions by Chantal Mouffe ... [et al.].

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