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Kunst im öffentlichen Raum - das kann weit mehr sein als die Aufwertung von Straßen und Plätzen durch Plastiken und Skulpturen. ARTocracy stellt eine autonome Welt der Kunst vor, die - zielgerichtet im Dialog mit den Künstlern - ebenso die Geschichte wie die gegenwärtige Gesellschaft und den Alltag der Menschen einbezieht. Dieses Handbuch gewährt dabei Einblicke in die komplexe Organisation von Gemeinschaftsprojekten und zeigt, wie öffentliche Kunstprojekte im Dialog erfolgreich in die Tat umgesetzt werden können: und zwar von der Idee über die Beauftragung eines Künstlers, von der Finanzierung und dem Marketing bis hin zur Rezeption.

Nuno Sacramento was born in Maputo, Mozambique and grew up in Portugal, where he studied Theology and Fine Art/Sculpture. The simultaneous pursuit of Religious and Artistic studies proved mutually exclusive,leading him to decide for one over the other. He moved to Amsterdam for the DeAppel's Curatorial Training Programme and then to Dundee to do a PhD on the subject of Shadow Curating, a practice advancing platforms for the agonistic dialogue between curators. Nuno's professional life has been spent between the UK, the Netherlands and Portugal. He was involved in the curation of art projects throughout Europe, published art texts, and taught the subject Shadow Curating on the Masters of Museum Studies, at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon, where he developed post-doctoral research. NunoSacramento is currently the Director of the Scottish Sculpture Workshop, an international residency programme in Lumsden, Scotland. Claudia Zeiske is a freelance curator and cultural activist. Originally from Germany, she studied Economics and Social Anthropology in Berlin and London. Since coming to Scotland in 1995, she has collaborated with many smaller and larger organisations across Scotland and further afield. She is cofounder and Director of Deveron Arts and set up the acclaimed Artists at Glenfiddich programme in rural Speyside.Claudia developed a unique curatorial interest based on a balanced approach between artistic criticality and community involvement through developing projects with artists from across the globe. Today she is concentrating on the development of the international residency programme of Deveron Arts-the town is the venue in the town of Huntly in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

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Nuno Sacramento was born in Maputo, Mozambique and grew up in Portugal, where he studied Theology and Fine Art/Sculpture. The simultaneous pursuit of Religious and Artistic studies proved mutually exclusive,leading him to decide for one over the other. He moved to Amsterdam for the DeAppel's Curatorial Training Programme and then to Dundee to do a PhD on the subject of Shadow Curating, a practice advancing platforms for the agonistic dialogue between curators. Nuno's professional life has been spent between the UK, the Netherlands and Portugal. He was involved in the curation of art projects throughout Europe, published art texts, and taught the subject Shadow Curating on the Masters of Museum Studies, at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon, where he developed post-doctoral research. NunoSacramento is currently the Director of the Scottish Sculpture Workshop, an international residency programme in Lumsden, Scotland. Claudia Zeiske is a freelance curator and cultural activist. Originally from Germany, she studied Economics and Social Anthropology in Berlin and London. Since coming to Scotland in 1995, she has collaborated with many smaller and larger organisations across Scotland and further afield. She is cofounder and Director of Deveron Arts and set up the acclaimed Artists at Glenfiddich programme in rural Speyside.Claudia developed a unique curatorial interest based on a balanced approach between artistic criticality and community involvement through developing projects with artists from across the globe. Today she is concentrating on the development of the international residency programme of Deveron Arts-the town is the venue in the town of Huntly in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

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When one thinks about art, public space, and town planning, several things spring to mind: big metal things on squares, roundabouts, or crossroads. Or maybe a landmark that relates to the architecture to make a place look nicer. There are plenty of valid approaches in relation to art and public space. In this book, the relation moves along slightly different lines. It pays tribute to the precarious balance between artistic quality and social consequence. It operates in the autonomous world of art-relating to a history of conceptual traditions, but at the same time extrapolating towards society and daily life-and with a clear purpose.The book explains how projects will be implemented in practice, from the definition of topic, to the invitation of artist, but also funding, marketing, dialogue, education, and artistic output. It will provide an insight into the organization of collaborative projects according to their many successive stages, while showing applied examples.

Produktinformationen

Titel: ARTocracy
Untertitel: Art, Informal Space, and Social Consequence: A Curatorial Handbook in Collaborative Practice
Editor:
EAN: 9783868599008
ISBN: 978-3-86859-900-8
Digitaler Kopierschutz: frei
Format: E-Book (epub)
Herausgeber: JOVIS Verlag
Genre: Kunst
Anzahl Seiten: 192
Veröffentlichung: 06.12.2011
Jahr: 2011
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 7.8 MB