Criticism+Engagement+Thought is a speculative response to the 2004 Biennale of Sydney. It is the fourth in a series of publications produced by Artspace aimed at creating ongoing dialogue with ideas central to all the Biennales since 1998. A range of critics, curators and theorists are invited to interrogate and engage with the curatorial paradigm informing the exhibition, as well as with the practices of the contributing artists, thinkers and performers.
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Onsite

Location code REF.AVAC
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2004

No of pages

100

ISBN / ISSN

1920781102

No of copies

1

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
Criticism
Hearts & Minds (Will Win The War) - Jo HOLDER, Catriona MOORE
Touchy Subjects: a glimpse at photography's performance at the Sydney Biennale - Tanya PETERSON
Metaphysics and Mash at Harry's Café de Wheels: New media at the Sydney Biennale - Darren TOFTS
Engagement
(untitled) - Pam HANSFORD
Scary creatures - Brenda CROFT
A Thousand Beautiful Things: Nikos PAPASTERGIADIS, Jimmie DURHAM and Maria-Theresa ALVES
Thought
Biennales in the Conditions of Contemporaneity - Terry SMITH
Losing Traction: Some Introductory Comments - Blair FRENCH
(untitled) - David McNEILL
Reason, emotion etc. - Adam GECZY
(untitled) - Beatriz COLOMINA
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Criticism + Engagement + Thought: On Reason And Emotion: 2004 Biennale of Sydney
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Criticism + Engagement + Thought: On Reason And Emotion: 2004 Biennale of Sydney