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
Dewey number
779.2092
Dissertation note
Proefschrift Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen.
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
theses
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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