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This article addresses a set of contemporary art practices situated within a dialogical paradigm, also referred to as relational aesthetics, and discusses its potential for resistance against market-dominant art production and rather contentious creative industries discourse, particularly
in relation to creative labour. These nuanced artistic treatments within a dialogic aesthetics frame, particularly those born out of an experience of ‘displacement’, alter the formation of subjectivity in multiple ways, including the processes of becoming as well as the paradigms
of knowledge exchange, associated with artistic practice and research. The question is: how can artists resist a dominant system of art production oday? Haunted by this question, I discuss some of the promises as well as threats that unpredictability and dis/placement hold for contemporary
visual arts and social change.
The scope of the Creative Industries Journal is global, primarily aimed at those studying and practicing activities which have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent, and which have a potential for wealth creation. These activities primarily take place in advertising, architecture, the art and antiques market, crafts, design, fashion, film, interactive leisure software, music, the performing arts, publishing, television and radio.We are pleased to announce that the Creative Industries Journal has been included in the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) list 2010.