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The everyday practice of public art : art, space, and social inclusion

Author: Cameron Cartiere; Martin Zebracki
Publisher: London and New York Routledge 2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First publishedView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cameron Cartiere; Martin Zebracki
ISBN: 9781138829206 113882920X 9781138829213 1138829218 9781315737881 1315737884
OCLC Number: 952947599
Accession No: (DE-604)BV043228774
Description: XV, 272 Seiten : Illustration
Contents: Pt. I The social practice of public art --
1.Through the lens of social practice: considerations on a public art history in progress / Cameron Cartiere --
2.Politicizing publics: a social framework for public artworks / Mel Jordan --
3.Placing murals in Belfast: community, negotiation and change / Lesley Murray --
4.The everyday agonistic life after the unveiling: lived experiences from a public art World Cafe / Martin Zebracki<br>pt. II The education of a public artist<br>5.Creating the global network: developing social and community practice in higher education / Susan Stewart --
6.Throwing stones in the sea: Georg Simmel, social practice and the imagined world / Ted Purves --
7.Open Engagement: accessible education for socially engaged art / Jen Delos Reyes --
8."Context is half the work": developing doctoral research through arts practice in culture / Anne Douglas<br>pt. III The spatial fabric of public art and social practice<br>9.Public art as a function of urbanism / John Bingham-Hall --
10.Listening in certain places: public art for the post-regenerate age / Elaine Speight --
11.Antagonistic spaces: on small, interventionist and socially engaged public art / Danielle Sabelli --
12.Why public art? Urban parks and public art in the twenty-first century / Joni Palmer<br>pt. IV Visual timeline<br>13.A collective timeline of socially engaged public art practice 1950 --
2015 / Martin Zebracki.
Responsibility: edited by Cameron Cartiere and Martin Zebracki.


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