Entry Points (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
288
Utgivningsdatum
2015-12-11
Förlag
Duke University Press
Medarbetare
Kuoni, Carin (ed.), Haines, Chelsea (ed.)
Illustrationer
153 illustrations
Volymtitel
No. 1
Dimensioner
221 x 165 x 25 mm
Vikt
636 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780822362005
Entry Points (häftad)

Entry Points

The Vera List Center Field Guide on Art and Social Justice No. 1

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Providing a lively snapshot of the state of art and social justice today on a global level, Entry Points accompanies the inaugural Vera List Center Prize for Art and Politics, launched at The New School on the occasion of the center's twentieth anniversary. This book captures some of the most significant worldwide examples of art and social justice and introduces an interested audience of artists, policy makers, scholars, and writers to new ways of thinking about how justice is defined, advanced, and practiced through the arts. In so doing, it assembles some of the latest scholarship in this field while refining our vocabulary for speaking about social justice, social engagement, community enhancement, empowerment, and even art itself. The book's first half contains three essays by Thomas Keenan, Joao Ribas, and Sharon Sliwinski that map the field of art and social justice. These essays are accompanied by more than twenty profiles of recent artist projects that consist of brief essays and artist pages. This curated and carefully considered map of artists and projects identifies key moments in art and social justice. The book's second half consists of an in-depth analysis of Theaster Gates's The Dorchester Projects, which won the inaugural Vera List Prize for Art and Politics. Produced to complement the project's exhibition at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, Parsons School of Design in September 2013, this analysis illuminates Gates's rich, complex, and exemplary work. This section includes an interview between Gates and Vera List Center director Carin Kuoni; essays by Horace D. Ballard Jr., Romi N. Crawford, Shannon Jackson, and Mabel O. Wilson; and a number of responses to The Dorchester Projects by faculty in departments across The New School. Published by Duke University Press and the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School
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"Anybody that has an ambition of practicing political mass art should read the stories in this book for inspiration and ideas. The design is unique, but this helps the text become a work of art in its turn, allowing its owner to acquire not only information, but also a piece of art to display predominantly on a shelf." -- Anna Faktorovich * Pennsylvania Literary Journal *

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Carin Kuoni is Director and Curator of the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School and the editor of several books, most recently Speculation, Now. Chelsea Haines is an art historian, curator, and writer based in New York.

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Introduction / Carin Kuoni 7 The Field Essays That Incorribible Disturber of the Peace / Sharon Sliwinski 14 On Dirt / Joao Ribas 23 The Political in and of Art / Thomas Keenan in conversation with Carin Kuoni 36 Artists Ai Weiwei / Chen Tamir 48 Shahidul Alam / Bisi Silva 54 Karen Andreassian / Susanna Gyulamiryan 60 Amy Balkin / T. J. Demos 66 Bibliotheques San Frontieres / Omar Berrada 72 Giuseppe Campuzano / Ana Longoni 78 Chto Delat / What, How & for Whom/WHW 86 DABATEATR / Omar Berrada 92 Etcetera / Galit Eilat 98 Gugulective / Kathryn Smith Hans Haacke / Chen Tamir 112 Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti / Galit Eilat 118 Interference Archive / Gregory Sholette 124 Sanja Ivekovic / What, How & for Whom/WHW 130 Amar Kanwar / Pooja Sood 136 Faustin Linyekula / Shannon Jackson 142 Mosireen / Negar Azimi 148 Marina Naprushkina / Gregory Sholette 154 Tenzing Rigdol / H. G. Masters 160 Issa Samb / Koyo Kouch 164 Christoph Schafer / CAMP 170 Take to the Sea / Jenifer Evans 176 Dorchester Projects Artist Theaster Gates 186 Theaster Gates: A Way of Working (Installation Images) 207 Essays "Some Kind of Work Simply Needs to Happen": Theaster Gates in conversation with Carin Kuoni 198 Utopian Operating Systems: Theaster's Way of Working / Shannon Jackson 214 Collecting Publics: The Spatial Politics of Dorchester Projects / Mabel O. Wilson 230 Gauging the Racial Times of the Work of Theaster Gates / Romi N. Crawford 240 Neither "Black Church" nor "White Cube" / Horace D. Ballard Jr. 246 Learning from Chicago: Responses to Dorchester Projects from The New School Faculty / Katayoun Chamany, Julia Foules, Andrea Geyer, Richard Harper, Carin Kuoni, Mark Larrimore, Lydia Matthews, Kevin McQueen, Jasmine Rault Radhika Subramaniam 263 Theaster Gates: A Way of Reception / Chelsea Haines and Jocelyn Edens 272 Vera List Center Prize for Art and Politics 276 Nominated Projects 278 Vera List Center 279 Book Contributors 280 Index 284 Image Credits 288