'Art-Led Participative Processes (ALPP) encapsulate artist Jay Koh's public participative methodology, which emphasises agency, critical engagement, the ownership of actions and knowledge, the answerability of self to others, and a contribution to social change. It is the outcome and distillation of twenty-four years of a rigorous and reflexive practice and of rich experiences in social engagement with others, subjected to a cross disciplinary doctoral research at the Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki. This book, condensed from Koh's thesis, offers ALPP as a viable, responsive and dynamic methodology for an intersubjective participatory art practice that motivates and validates the independence of participants.' - from back cover
Includes foreword by Grant Kester, and a complimentary essay by Chu Chu Yuan.
Art-Led Participative Processes: Dialogue and Subjectivity within Performances in the Everyday
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