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Latest publications:
Cultural Activism through the Arts: Migration, Memory and Belonging

This paper discusses the way in which emancipatory methodological approaches were applied to a festival event involving young people from a visible minority cultural background.

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Affinity between Urban Life and the Theater: A Case Study

This is an examination of affinities between Tel-Aviv and “The Bride and the Butterfly Hunter,” by Aloni, 1966, and demonstrates complex and stratified relations between urban surroundings and theatre.

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The Business of Art: Competing Narratives in the Visual Arts

This article examines the degree to which Canadian visual artists reference one of two polarized narratives of the arts.

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Navigating the Creative Processes for the Arts and the Third Cultural Space: A Comparative Analysis of Two International Artist Residency Programs

This study explores the relationship between cross-cultural interactions and creative processes in international artist residency programs, using a new notion “third cultural space,” which embodies dynamics of intercultural dialogue.

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Beyond Discipline and Punish: Learning the Piano Inside a Prison

Traveling beyond Foucault’s ideas of discipline and punish, a piano was the vehicle for a musical project developed inside a Portuguese female prison in 2013-2014.

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Artangel Commissions: The Impact of Hybrid Funding on New Hybrid Artistic Sites

The hybrid economic model set up by Artangel over the last thirty years has been reflected in commissions which redefine the notions of public and private.

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An Artist's Vision of Environmental and Economic Sustainability for Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Artists

Environmental artist John Dahlsen explores how synergistic opportunities in globalized economic times can create breakthrough resolutions for artists and positive shifts for future environmental transformation.

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"Motherland": Country of the Healer, Country of the Healed

This article documents "Motherland," a 5.5' square embroidery, as a meditative and transformative experience for the artist and the participants in the collaborative aspect of the project.

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Published Online: November 16, 2016

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The Politics of Absence: "Minor" Experiences and the Alternative Archive

This practice-based research discusses concepts of memory, representation and the alternative, "minor" archives of the Swedish hunting community through the writings of Deleuze and Guattari.

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Exploring the Social Impacts of Temporary, Playful, and Artistic Interventions: A Case Study on Public Spaces in Cyprus

Experiencing playful artistic installations allows for heightened creativity and social interaction. This paper examines both the aesthetic characteristics and positive social impacts of temporary playful and interactive design.

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