The Resource Indigenous cosmopolitans : up-and-coming artists and their photomedia works in Australian and international visual art worlds, Marianne Riphagen

Indigenous cosmopolitans : up-and-coming artists and their photomedia works in Australian and international visual art worlds, Marianne Riphagen

Label
Indigenous cosmopolitans : up-and-coming artists and their photomedia works in Australian and international visual art worlds
Title
Indigenous cosmopolitans
Title remainder
up-and-coming artists and their photomedia works in Australian and international visual art worlds
Statement of responsibility
Marianne Riphagen
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
NLGGC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1981-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Riphagen, M.
Dewey number
779.2092
Dissertation note
Proefschrift Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen.
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
theses
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Jones, Dianne
  • Siwes, Darren
  • Andrew, Brook
  • Thompson, Christian
  • Aboriginal Art Museum (Utrecht, Netherlands)
  • Photography
  • Art, Australian
Label
Indigenous cosmopolitans : up-and-coming artists and their photomedia works in Australian and international visual art worlds, Marianne Riphagen
Instantiates
Production
Note
  • Doctoral dissertation, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands
  • Includes summary in Dutch
Bibliography note
Met lit. opg. - Samenvatting in het Nederlands
Contents
Part 1 : Establishing a presence in art worlds : defying exclusion from the game : early photographic engagements, activism, education and collaboration, authenticity and exclusion, creating exposure, concluding remarks -- The politics of recognition: becoming legitimate players; Aratjara : art of the first Australians; Australian Perspecta : art theory and the visibility of the "other"; Blak city culture: demarcating blakness; True colours: transnational affiliations; Concluding remarks -- Part II : Engaging the past in the present : From archive to icon : Charles Kerry and the man from the Barron River region, uncovering the past, global connections, the making of an icon, the aesthetic object and its enduring appeal, concluding remarks -- Controversy and cultural protocol : critiques of sexy and dangerous, facing the rules of the game, the Melbourne Art Fair conflict, repercussions, art criticism, concluding remarks -- Part III : Framing photomedia as Aboriginal : Rejecting an ethnic label : Seeking to push beyond the boundaries of established categories : a discernable Aboriginal nature?; Shifting themes: the topic of identity; Peace, the man, and hope; Artistic influences; Concluding remarks -- Categorisation in everyday practice: Reputation building; Constructing an impression; Impression management; Impression management and a "feel for the game"; Art professionals: contemplating framing practices; From thinking to doing; Framer framed: Indigenous cosmopolitanism; Framer framed: racism or the appraisal of cultural context?; Concluding remarks -- Part IV: Community: an alternative stake in the game: Embedded aesthetics; Cities and games: connecting with communities; Differentiating communities: Christian Thompson; Envisaging communities: Dianne Jones; Darren Siwes and conceptions of community; Articulating relationships; Drawing communities into the game; Concluding remarks -- part V: Intercultural exchange: to shape and be shaped by game play : Black on white: a restrictive analytic framework : the curatorial premise; Responding to curatorial ideas; Interpreting attempts at signification; On the nature and implications of black on white; Concluding remarks -- Reorienting art practice: the import of Indigenous cosmopolitanism : a palpable transformation; Motivations behind change; Christian Thompson's curatorial practice; The influence art writing; An international comparison; The Sixth Mile and Desert Slippers; Responding to Thompson's video works; Concluding remarks -- Part VI: Going global: artists and their photomedia on the international stage : Introduction to part VI: Positioning photomedia within a divided art world: the Netherlands : princples of art evaluation; A two-fold appreciation of contemporary art; Indigenous cosmopolitans: a challenge to the schism?; Photomedia framed as Aboriginal art; Concluding remarks -- A productive collaboration : artists and the Museum of Contemporary Aboriginal Art : Images and theme park; Images: assessing assessments; The AAMU : creating a different reputation; Theme Park : concepts and artworks; Evauating Theme Park : the general public; Evaluating Theme Park: art professionals; Concluding remarks -- The international look: Christian Thompson in the Netherlands: Moving onto the international stage; The struggle to become and active player overseas; Breathing space: a change of artistic environment; Lost together: home away from home; The upshot of adopting an "international look"; Concluding remarks
Control code
000048043896
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
464 p.
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for inter library loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Author
Other physical details
ill.
Stock number
MAR12/078
System control number
(OCoLC)741492094
Label
Indigenous cosmopolitans : up-and-coming artists and their photomedia works in Australian and international visual art worlds, Marianne Riphagen
Production
Note
  • Doctoral dissertation, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands
  • Includes summary in Dutch
Bibliography note
Met lit. opg. - Samenvatting in het Nederlands
Contents
Part 1 : Establishing a presence in art worlds : defying exclusion from the game : early photographic engagements, activism, education and collaboration, authenticity and exclusion, creating exposure, concluding remarks -- The politics of recognition: becoming legitimate players; Aratjara : art of the first Australians; Australian Perspecta : art theory and the visibility of the "other"; Blak city culture: demarcating blakness; True colours: transnational affiliations; Concluding remarks -- Part II : Engaging the past in the present : From archive to icon : Charles Kerry and the man from the Barron River region, uncovering the past, global connections, the making of an icon, the aesthetic object and its enduring appeal, concluding remarks -- Controversy and cultural protocol : critiques of sexy and dangerous, facing the rules of the game, the Melbourne Art Fair conflict, repercussions, art criticism, concluding remarks -- Part III : Framing photomedia as Aboriginal : Rejecting an ethnic label : Seeking to push beyond the boundaries of established categories : a discernable Aboriginal nature?; Shifting themes: the topic of identity; Peace, the man, and hope; Artistic influences; Concluding remarks -- Categorisation in everyday practice: Reputation building; Constructing an impression; Impression management; Impression management and a "feel for the game"; Art professionals: contemplating framing practices; From thinking to doing; Framer framed: Indigenous cosmopolitanism; Framer framed: racism or the appraisal of cultural context?; Concluding remarks -- Part IV: Community: an alternative stake in the game: Embedded aesthetics; Cities and games: connecting with communities; Differentiating communities: Christian Thompson; Envisaging communities: Dianne Jones; Darren Siwes and conceptions of community; Articulating relationships; Drawing communities into the game; Concluding remarks -- part V: Intercultural exchange: to shape and be shaped by game play : Black on white: a restrictive analytic framework : the curatorial premise; Responding to curatorial ideas; Interpreting attempts at signification; On the nature and implications of black on white; Concluding remarks -- Reorienting art practice: the import of Indigenous cosmopolitanism : a palpable transformation; Motivations behind change; Christian Thompson's curatorial practice; The influence art writing; An international comparison; The Sixth Mile and Desert Slippers; Responding to Thompson's video works; Concluding remarks -- Part VI: Going global: artists and their photomedia on the international stage : Introduction to part VI: Positioning photomedia within a divided art world: the Netherlands : princples of art evaluation; A two-fold appreciation of contemporary art; Indigenous cosmopolitans: a challenge to the schism?; Photomedia framed as Aboriginal art; Concluding remarks -- A productive collaboration : artists and the Museum of Contemporary Aboriginal Art : Images and theme park; Images: assessing assessments; The AAMU : creating a different reputation; Theme Park : concepts and artworks; Evauating Theme Park : the general public; Evaluating Theme Park: art professionals; Concluding remarks -- The international look: Christian Thompson in the Netherlands: Moving onto the international stage; The struggle to become and active player overseas; Breathing space: a change of artistic environment; Lost together: home away from home; The upshot of adopting an "international look"; Concluding remarks
Control code
000048043896
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
464 p.
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for inter library loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Author
Other physical details
ill.
Stock number
MAR12/078
System control number
(OCoLC)741492094

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