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Art, engagement, economy : the working practice of Caroline Woolard

Author: D Graham Burnett; Caroline Woolard
Publisher: [Eindhoven ]: Onomatopee, [2020] ©2020
Series: Onomatopee (Series), no. 183.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Art, Engagement, Economy: the Working Practice of Caroline Woolard' proposes a politics of transparent production in the arts, whereby heated negotiations and mundane budgets are presented alongside documentation of finished gallery installations. Readers follow the behind-the-scenes work that is required to produce interdisciplinary art projects, from a commission at MoMA to a self-organized, international barter  Read more...
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Named Person: Caroline Woolard
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D Graham Burnett; Caroline Woolard
ISBN: 9789493148345 9493148343
OCLC Number: 1223496417
Description: 561 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), charts, plans ; 24 cm
Series Title: Onomatopee (Series), no. 183.
Other Titles: Working practice of Caroline Woolard
Responsibility: Caroline Woolard ; contributors, D. Graham Burnett [and fourteen others].

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Art, Engagement, Economy: the Working Practice of Caroline Woolard' proposes a politics of transparent production in the arts, whereby heated negotiations and mundane budgets are presented alongside documentation of finished gallery installations. Readers follow the behind-the-scenes work that is required to produce interdisciplinary art projects, from a commission at MoMA to a self-organized, international barter network with over 20,000 participants. With contextual analysis of the political economy of the arts, from the financial crisis of 2008 to the COVID pandemic of 2020, this book suggests that artists can bring studio-based sculptural techniques to an approach to art-making that emphasizes interdisciplinary collaboration and dialogue.

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