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Title Statement
  • Out of time, out of place : public art (now)
Varying Form of Title
  • Public art (now)
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Art/Books, London : 2015
  • 2015
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Physical Description
  • 256 s. : ill. ; 27 cm
General Note
  • "Art/Books in association with Situations Public Art Agency Sweden."
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
  • Foreword -- Introduction / Claire Doherty -- Displacement. Nowhereisland / Alex Hartley -- Picasso in Palestine / Khaled Hourani -- La grande allée du Château de Oiron / Cyprien Gaillard -- It is what it is: conversations about Iraq / Jeremy Deller -- What else could we talk about? / Teresa Margolles -- Mobile homestead / Mike Kelley -- The thing I'll be doing for the rest of my life / Blast Theory -- Levitated mass / Michael Heizer -- Theaster Gates in conversation with Claire Doherty -- Intervention. Did you kiss the foot that kicked you? / Ruth Ewan -- Journée des barricades / Heather and Ivan Morison -- Tank man tango / Deborah Kelly -- Ataskoa / Maider López -- Dignity has no nationality / Tania Bruguera -- Various works / Partizaning -- Folkestone digs / Michael Sailstorfer -- Work no. 1059: the Scotsman steps / Martin Creed -- Honour guard / Public Movement -- Heather and Ivan Morison in conversation with Claire Doherty -- Disorientation. Walk, hands, eyes (A city) / Myriam Lefkowitz -- Eclipse / Anthony Johnson -- Common task / Paweł Althamer -- Boat trip (Ice cream with salt/Ice cream with pepper) / Shimabuku -- Boom / Alex Reynolds -- here.now.where? / Saout Radio -- Too much melanin / Núria Güell -- Susan Philipsz in conversation with Claire Doherty -- Occupation. Flatbread Society / Futurefarmers -- Dorchester projects / Theaster Gates -- Global Guggenheim / Gulf Ultra Luxury Faction (GULF) -- 2-3 streets: an exhibition in cities of the Ruhr / Jachen Gerz -- Cinema Tahrir / Mosireen -- Proposal for the Nail House (Nagelhaus) / Thomas Demand and Caruso St John -- A place, near the buried canal / Gareth Moore -- The silent university / Ahmet Öǧüt -- Fernando García-Dory in conversation with Chris Fite-Wassilak -- Perpetuation. Modern times forever / Superflex -- Future library / Katie Paterson -- Closing time / Poste Restante -- Waiting for Godot in New Orleans / Paul Chan -- Narvik superstars / Aleksandra Mir -- Study for strings / Susan Philipsz -- The passion / National Theatre Wales and WildWorks -- Recalling the past: ruins for the future / Ahmad Ghossein -- Jonas Dahlberg in conversation with Magdalena Malm.
Summary, etc
  • "Public Art (Now): Out of Time, Out of Place presents the artists who have been redefining the practice of public art over the past decade. They directly address the most pressing issues of our time, including the encroachment of corporate concerns on public space, the implications of global migration and the isolation of the individual, and the potential of collective action to share the future of our towns and cities. Some forty key works from around the world are organized into five sections - 'Displacement', 'Intervention', 'Disorientation', 'Occupation' and 'Perpetuation' - with detailed descriptions and dozens of installation and process shots. Interviews and quotes from practitioners, commissioners and commentators reveal the impetus and context for the projects, while the editor's introduction sets out the conceptual, practical and ethical issues raised by the works." -- Publisher's website.
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  • 978-1-908970-17-6 (inb.)
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Public Art (Now): Out of Time, Out of Place is the first survey of progressive public art from around the world. It presents some of the most significant artworks in the public realm from the last decade, challenging preconceptions about where, when and how public art takes place. The face of public art is changing. For decades, art in the public realm has been characterized by the landmark sculpture or spectacular outdoor event that helps to define or brand a place. But in recent years, a new wave of international artists and producers has rejected the monumental scale and mass appeal of such artworks. Instead, these individuals and groups favour unconventional forms that unsettle rather than authenticate a place's identity; disrupt rather than embellish a particular location; and contest rather than validate the design and function of public space. Performed interactions, collaborative social movements and small-scale subversive acts are just some of the unorthodox approaches taken by these artists. Their works challenge preconceived ideas about the role of art in place-making as they seek to remake places through radical forms and practices. Public Art (Now): Out of Time, Out of Place presents the artists who have been redefining the practice of public art over the past decade. They directly address the most pressing issues of our time, including the encroachment of corporate concerns on public space, the implications of global migration and the isolation of the individual, and the potential of collective action to share the future of our towns and cities. Some forty key works from around the world are organized into five sections - 'Displacement', 'Intervention', 'Disorientation', 'Occupation' and 'Perpetuation' - with detailed descriptions and dozens of installation and process shots. Interviews and quotes from practitioners, commissioners and commentators reveal the impetus and context for the projects, while the editor's introduction sets out the conceptual, practical and ethical issues raised by the works. Bringing together the most significant artworks in the public realm of the last ten years - from ephemeral interventions to long-term ongoing projects - this dynamic survey is an essential reference for anyone interested in the ideas, issues and impulses behind progressive public art, and an accessible introduction to one of the most vibrant areas of contemporary art.

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