Playing politics: The state of the arts in the post-museum context
During the last decade, the evolved agency of the artist and the efficacy of art interventions within the urban landscape have been significantly debated in response to the fields of cultural policy; artistic practice; and academic discourses – and how those within these fields acknowledge the evolving interactions between practitioners and their publics within the post-museum context. Through theoretical criticism of empirical case studies, this article foregrounds the participants within the transmission from art programming to public art in a manner that considers the processes contained within this transmission and their dissemination into production as the continuous loop of a public art intervention that is concerned with the ideals surrounding the post-museum.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Birmingham City University and Tate Liverpool
Publication date: March 1, 2018
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