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|Description:||ix, 241 pages : some color illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Shifting priorities for learning in the museum --
Historical tracings of artists' interventions in the early twentieth century --
Historical tracings of artists' interventions in the mid-twentieth century --
Humour, irony and parody --
Jokers, tricksters and the parafictional --
An elite experience for everyone : a case study intervention at the William Morris Gallery, London --
The role of artists' interventions in opening up micro, counter and affective narratives in museum interpretation --
Artists' interventions and the reflexive museum : addressing difference --
The affable interventionists.
|Responsibility:||Claire Robins, Institute of Education, University of London, UK.|
'In this engaging and thought-provoking work, the author enlivens the recent history of pedagogically motivated artists' interventions and offers significant insights into the "curious lessons" they