Feminist perspectives on art : contemporary outtakes / edited by Jacqueline Millner and Catriona Moore.

Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2018.
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"When the body is foregrounded in artwork as in much contemporary performance, sculptural installation and video work so is gendered and sexualised difference. Feminist Perspectives on Art: Contemporary Outtakes looks to interactions between art history, theory, curation, and studio-based practices to theorise the phenomenological import of this embodied gender difference in contemporary art. The essays in this collection are rooted in a wide variety of disciplines, including art-making, curating, and art history and criticism, with many of the authors combining roles of curator, artist and writer. This interdisciplinary approach enables the book to bridge the theorypractice divide and highlight new perspectives emerging from creative arts research. Fresh insights are offered on feminist aesthetics, womens embodied experience, curatorial and art historical method, art world equity, and intersectional concerns. It engages with epistemological assertions of how the body feels, how the land has creative agency in Indigenous art, and how the use of emotional or affective registers may form ones curatorial method. This anthology represents a significant contribution to a broader resurgence of feminist thought, methodology, and action in contemporary art, particularly in creative practice research. It will be of particular value to students and researchers in art history, visual culture, cultural studies, and gender studies, in addition to museum and gallery professionals specialising in contemporary art."--Provided by publisher.
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  • 1315162075
  • 1351667181
  • 135166719X
  • 9781315162072 ((e-book ; : PDF))
  • 9781351667180 ((e-book ; : Mobi))
  • 9781351667197
  • 10.4324/9781315162072
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