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Table Of Contents

Acknowledgements
Preface
Introduction
Don’t Look Now! Art after the Viewer and beyond Participation
Participation: Open or Closed
Case Study One: Adam Dant’s Operation Owl Club
Who Speaks? Who Listens? Het Reservaat and Critical Friends
Tell Me Your Story: An Interview with Artist Harrell Fletcher
Open Sounds: On the Track of the Dissolving Audience
Eagles are the Best: Juneau Projects in Conversation
Case Study Two: Melanie Pappenheim in Reading
The Emancipation of the Spectator: The Viewer Completes the Circuit
The Art Object Reaches Out: Dissolves, Embraces
A Fair Event: Considering an Action by Nina Beier
Case Study Three: Gillian Wearing – Family History
Bata-ville: We Are Not Afraid of the Future
Contributors’ Biographies
Credits
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Searching for Art's New Publics

Searching for Art's New Publics

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Drawing on contributions from practicing artists, writers, curators and academics, Searching for Art’s New Publics explores the ways in which artists seek to involve, create and engage with new and diverse audiences: from passers-by encountering and participating in the work unexpectedly, to professionals from other disciplines and members of particular communities who bring their own agendas to the work. Bridging the gap between practice and theory, this exciting book touches on issues of relational aesthetics, but also offers an illustrated artist-based approach. Searching for Art’s New Publics will appeal to students studying fine art (especially those with an interest in cross-disciplinary work and public art) and those studying curating.
Drawing on contributions from practicing artists, writers, curators and academics, Searching for Art’s New Publics explores the ways in which artists seek to involve, create and engage with new and diverse audiences: from passers-by encountering and participating in the work unexpectedly, to professionals from other disciplines and members of particular communities who bring their own agendas to the work. Bridging the gap between practice and theory, this exciting book touches on issues of relational aesthetics, but also offers an illustrated artist-based approach. Searching for Art’s New Publics will appeal to students studying fine art (especially those with an interest in cross-disciplinary work and public art) and those studying curating.

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