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One Place After Another : Site-Specific Art and Locational Identity
Kwon traces the development of site-specific art from the 1960s to the 1990s, examining site-specificity as a locus of the dynamic relationship between place and identity in late capitalism. TheExpand
One Place after Another: Notes on Site Specificity
Site specificity used to imply something grounded, bound to the laws of physics. Often playing with gravity, site-specific works used to be obstinate about "presence," even if they were materiallyExpand
Inside the Visible : An Elliptical Traverse of 20th Century Art in, of, and from the Feminine
This exhibition catalogue, edited by the curator, De Zheger, surveys the contribution of women to 20th century art through the work of 37 artists, splitting the contents into four thematic sections,Expand
Naoshima: Nature, Art, Architecture
Publisher Soichiro Fukutake and his heirs have created an oasis on the island of Naoshima in the Seto Inland Sea, off the west coast of Japan, where visitors can expect to have a unique artExpand
Asian Art on Display Questions of Representation in the Ethnographic Turn Taking its theoretical cues from Hal Foster and
Taking its theoretical cues from Hal Foster and Miwon Kwon, the text discusses theoretical aspects of the relationship between art and society in the so-called ”ethnographic turn”. The discussion isExpand