Faculty of Arts
Contemporary Public Art: Politics and Process
Examines the politics and process around contemporary public art and monuments, predominantly sculpture. Topics include: the challenges of public space, patronage, issues of nationalism and cultural identity, memorialisation (eg, war and Holocaust memorials), and the urban environment. Issues and controversies around international case studies and local practice are studied in relation to work in Europe, North America and Australasia.
Not offered in 2012; planned to be offered in 2013
Lecturer(s) Dr Robin Woodward
ARTHIST 706: 30.0 points