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Learning mind : experience into art

Author: Mary Jane Jacob; Jacquelynn Baas
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : School of the Art Institute of Chicago ; Berkeley : University of California Press, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume documents the changing practices in the making, teaching, and exhibition of art. It explores the contemporary art experience and its expanding presence in society through essays, interviews, and conversations with some of the most influential artists and educators of our time. Featured artists include Magdalena Abakanowicz, Ann Hamilton, Alfredo Jaar, Kerry James Marshall, and Ernesto Pujol, along with  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Learning mind.
Chicago, Ill. : School of the Art Institute of Chicago ; Berkeley : University of California Press, ©2009
(OCoLC)735120470
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Jane Jacob; Jacquelynn Baas
ISBN: 9780520260764 0520260767
OCLC Number: 317461623
Description: 285 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction / Mary Jane Jacob and Jacquelynn Baas --
On the being of being an artist : The gap between art and life / Arthur C. Danto --
What art is and what artists do / Jerry Saltz --
Multiple personalities : a how-to manual for artists and other creative types / Marcia Tucker --
Meditation as art/art as meditation : thoughts on the relationship of non-intention to the creative process / Mark Epstein --
Our barefoot practice / Ernesto Pujol --
Making not knowing / Ann Hamilton --
Fate and art / Magdalena Abakanowicz --
It is difficult / Alfredo Jaar --
Radical agency, massive change : social agendas in art and design / Kerry James Marshall and Bruce Mau with Lisa Wainwright --
On making art and pedagogy : Teaching discourse : reflection strong, not theory light / Mika Hannula --
Practicing Rauschenberg / Lisa Wainwright --
Pedagogy, art, and the rules of the game / David J. Getsy --
Zones of activity : from the gallery to the classroom / Ute Meta Bauer --
Toward a new critical pedagogy / Lawrence Rinder --
Fail again, fail better / Ronald Jones --
Coming back to our senses / Alice Waters in conversation with Walter Hood --
On experiencing art : Being with Cloud gate / Mary Jane Jacob --
This is nowhere / Christopher Bedford --
The look of the artist / Michael Brenson --
Headless/heedless : experiencing Agora / W.J.T. Mitchell --
Unframing experience / Jacquelynn Baas --
The unknown child : art mediation/mediation art / Ulrich Schötker --
Looking at an exhibition / Ronen Eidelman, Oǧuz Tatari, and Carolyn Bernstein --
The empty conversation / Jacquelynn Baas, Mary Jane Jacob, and Ulrich Schötker. Introduction / Mary Jane Jacob and Jacquelynn Baas --
On the being of being an artist : The gap between art and life / Arthur C. Danto --
What art is and what artists do / Jerry Saltz --
Multiple personalities: a how-to manual for artists and other creative types / Marcia Tucker --
Meditation as art/art as meditation: thoughts on the relationship of non-intention to the creative process / Mark Epstein --
Our barefoot practice / Ernesto Pujol --
Making not knowing / Ann Hamilton --
Fate and art / Magdalena Abakanowicz --
It is difficult / Alfredo Jaar --
Radical agency, massive change: social agendas in art and design / Kerry James Marshall and Bruce Mau with Lisa Wainwright --
On making art and pedagogy : Teaching discourse: reflection strong, not theory light / Mika Hannula --
Practicing Rauschenberg / Lisa Wainwright --
Pedagogy, art, and the rules of the game / David J. Getsy --
Zones of activity: from the gallery to the classroom / Ute Meta Bauer --
Toward a new critical pedagogy / Lawrence Rinder --
Fall again, fall better / Ronald Jones --
Coming back to our senses / Alice Waters in conversation with Walter Hood --
On experiencing art : Being with Cloud gate / Mary Jane Jacob --
This is nowhere / Christopher Bedford --
The look of the artist / Michael Brenson --
Headless/heedless: experiencing Agora / W.J.T. Mitchell --
Unframing experience / Jacquelynn Baas --
The unknown child: art mediation/mediation art / Ulrich Schötker --
Looking at an exhibition / Ronen Eidelman, Oǧuz Tatari, and Carolyn Bernstein --
The empty conversation / Jacquelynn Baas, Mary Jane Jacob, and Ulrich Schötker.
Responsibility: edited by Mary Jane Jacob and Jacquelynn Baas.

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How is art conceived, created, and experienced? How is it taught? How does the act of viewing a work make the viewer part of that work? This title addresses these questions and documents the changing  Read more...

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