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What Does Public Mean? Art as a Participant in the Public Arena

Date
2006
Publisher
Torpedo Press
Format
Anthologies
Details
Softcover
ISBN
978-82-997365-0-1
Size
14 × 19 × 1.3 cm
Length
146 
Description

The book addresses the political, analytical, and critical potential of the art arena by focusing on projects and accounts of actions that take place outside the established institutions. Academics, artists, and cultural producers from Oslo, Vilnius, Hamburg, New York and San Sebastian highlight recent political developments and the impact of “the new economy.”

Contributors are Marianne Heier (Oslo), Gediminas and Nomeda Urbonas (Vilnius), Stian Grøgaard (Oslo), Peio Aguirre and Leire Vergara (San Sebastian/ Bilbao), Tone Hansen (Oslo), Cornelia Sollfrank (Hamburg), Gardar Eide Einarsson (New York), and Ina Blom (Oslo).

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