Re-imagining the city. (Book, 2013) []
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Re-imagining the city.

Re-imagining the city.

Author: Kristen Sharp
Publisher: Bristol : Intellect Books, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

Examines how contemporary processes of globalization are transforming cultural experience and production in urban spaces. This title maps how cultural productions in art, architecture, and  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kristen Sharp
ISBN: 1841507318 9781841507316
OCLC Number: 857343546
Description: 1 volume
Contents: Foreword - Manfred B. Steger Chapter 1: Situating Art, Urban Space and Globalization - Elizabeth Grierson and Kristen Sharp Section I: Art and Urban Place Chapter 2: Art and Culture: The global turn - Malcolm Miles Chapter 3: Catalysing our Cities: Architecture as the new alchemy for creative enterprise - Tom Barker Chapter 4: The Place of the Urban: Intersections between mobile and game cultures - Larissa Hjorth Section II: Transforming Spaces and Experiences of the City Chapter 5: Driving the Sonic City - Kristen Sharp Chapter 6: 'The Vacant Hotel': Site-specific public art and the experience of driving the semi-privatized geographies of Melbourne's EastLink Tollway - Ashley Perry Chapter 7: The Transient City: The city as urbaness - Maggie McCormick Section III: Exchange and Transaction Chapter 8: 'The Liquid Continent': Globalization, urbanization, contemporary Pacific art and Australia - Pamela Zeplin Chapter 9: Abdul Abdullah: Art, marginality and identity - Leslie Morgan Chapter 10: The Visible Hand: An urban accord for outsourced craft - Kevin Murray Section IV: Interventions in Public Space Chapter 11: Border Memorials: When the local rejects the global - SueAnne Ware Chapter 12: Encountering the Elephant Parade: Intersections of aesthetics, ecology and economy - Elizabeth Grierson Chapter 13: Re-imagining Dutch Urban Life: The Blue House in Amsterdam - Zara Stanhope Conclusion Chapter 14: Cities as Limitless Spaces of Simultaneity and Paradox - Chris Hudson


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