Featuring the work of over 100 artists and writers, this unique anthology maps the changing landscape of contemporary art and culture over the past decade in the context of global economics and local politics. Published to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Institute of International Visual Arts (inIVA), it showcases the work of artists from Britain and around the world who have been associated with its projects and offers a sampling of inIVA's programmes in exhibitions, publishing, multimedia, performance, education, research, discussion and debate. The book is divided into thematic chapters that consist of artists' pages and project pages, punctuated by new articles as well as reprints of much sought-after texts, unpublished transcripts of discussions and interviews featuring leading international scholars. Includes timeline and glossary. With preface by Stuart Hall.

Please note only artists of Asian descent are listed below, along with the authors of corresponding texts.
Access level

Onsite

Location code REF.INIVA
Language

English

Keyword

diaspora

Publication/Creation date

2004

No of pages

336

ISBN / ISSN

1899846409

No of copies

1

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
Metropolis
Parisien(ne)s - HOU Hanru, 侯瀚如
Bangalore - Suman GOPINATH
Site
Nation
Vindaloo and Chips: Waht's in a Dome - Remi ABBAS
What's New in Indian Art?: Canons, Commodification and Artists on the Edge - Geeta KAPUR
Performance
Global
Identity
Translation
Modernity and Difference - Stuart HALL, Sarat MAHARAJ
The Leftovers of Translation: The Works of Shen Yuan - Gilane TAWADROS
Making
Sutapa Biswas: Flights of Memory/Rites of Passage/Assertions of Culture - Moira ROTH
Li Yuan-chia - Guy BRETT
Archive
Critical Difference: Art Criticism and Art History - Richard DYER, Kobena MERCER, Niru RATNAM, Irit ROGOFF, Alia SYED
Modernism from Afro-America: Wifredo Lam - Gerardo MOSQUERA
Modern
Museums of Modern Art and the End of History - Stuart HALL
Extracts from Nasreen Mohamedi's Diaries
Changing States: Contemporary Art and Ideas in an Era of Globalisation
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Changing States: Contemporary Art and Ideas in an Era of Globalisation