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The World and World–Making in Art: Connectivities and Differences
This contribution summarises the proceedings and emergent debates of world-making, especially through art and writing, from a multi-disciplinary conference held in Canberra, Australia.
How to (read) things that don't exist: Charles Esche in conversation with Zara Stanhope
Director of the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, The Netherlands since 2004, and a founding co-editor of the London journal Afterall, Charles Esche has been formative in curating and co-curatingExpand
The Challenge of Uninvited Guests: Social Art at the Blue House
The Blue House was an ambitious and multifaceted social art project conceived and conducted by Dutch artist Jeanne van Heeswijk from mid- 2005.1 The project involved artists and others undertakingExpand
Instances of (a) Practice
Happiness, parallel worlds
Zara Stanhope(Art Forum)
Zara Stanhope is senior curator for the Heide Museum of Art. She discusses the exhibition, "Three colours, Gordon Bennett and Peter Robinson", held at the Plimsoll Gallery, Sept.-Oct., 2004. She alsoExpand
Australian Artists in the Contemporary Museum, by Jennifer Barrett and Jacqueline Millner
Australian Artists in the Contemporary Museum examines the value of Australian artists’ involvement in predominantly Australian museums over the last two decades. This subject is overdue for analysisExpand