Walsh, Maria (2011) Cannibalising Collaboration in Fine Art as Research: The Subjectivity & Feminisms Performance Dinners. In: Mutual Dependencies. Artwords Press, London, pp. 106-115. ISBN 9781906441258
|Type of Research:||Book Section|
Book chapter on the topic of collaboration in relation to the Subjectivity and Feminisms Performance Dinners project at Chelsea College of Arts and relational aesthetics. The chapter uses J. Derrida's and L. Irigaray's theories of friendship.
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Publisher's text about this book:
Recognition of collaboration and interdependencies between artists forms the core of this book. It posits the `social' notion of art practice and attempts to challenge the idea of the artist engaged in a `singular' dialogue. Mutual Dependencies is neither exactly an artists' book nor just academic research, it places itself firmly within fine art discourse at a time when re-examination of what this might mean is taking place: for example courses at Goldsmiths' in Art Writing, Camberwell in Book Arts, Poetic Practice at Royal Holloway, and the Whitechapel Art Gallery's Writers Residency. These pages include drawings, recollections, photographs and diagrams, writings, ruminations and tentative articulations; taken as a whole, it engages with overlaps between score, script, performance, concept and drawing.
Includes works and texts by Jeremy Akerman, Angela Bartman, Diann Bauer, Jon Bird, Sonia Boyce, Nicky Coutts, Gefn Press, Sigrid Holmwood, Susan Johanknecht, Katharine Meynell, Jim Mooney, Virginia Nimarkoh, Kit Poulson, Maria Walsh, H.F. Westley-Smith, Gary Stevens, Will Stone
|Your affiliations with UAL:||Colleges > Chelsea College of Arts
Research Projects > Subjectivity and Feminisms
|Date:||5 December 2011|
|Projects or Series:||Research Outputs Review (April 2010 - April 2011)|
|Date Deposited:||09 Jul 2012 08:51|
|Last Modified:||15 Jan 2016 16:40|
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