Themes of contemporary art : (Record no. 9821)

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010 ## - Library of Congress Control Number
LC control number 2016039466
020 ## - International Standard Book Number
International Standard Book Number 9780190276621
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International Standard Book Number 0190276622
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050 00 - Library of Congress Call Number
Classification number N6490
Item number .R5487 2017
082 00 - Dewey Decimal Classification Number
Classification number 709.04
Edition number 23
100 1# - Main Entry-Personal Name
Personal Name Robertson, Jean,
Dates associated with a name 1950-,
Relator term author.
245 10 - Title statement
Title Themes of contemporary art :
Remainder of title visual art after 1980 /
Statement of responsibility, etc Jean Robertson, Herron School Of Art And Design, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Craig McDaniel, Herron School Of Art And Design, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
250 ## - Edition Statement
Edition Statement Fourth edition.
264 #1 - Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice
Place of production, publication, distribution, manufacture New York
Name of producer, publisher, distributor, manufacturer Oxford University Press,
Date of production, publication, distribution, manufacture [2017]
300 ## - Physical Description
Extent xvii, 446 pages :
Other physical details illustrations (chiefly color) ;
Dimensions 24 cm.
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Content Type Term still image
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Content Type Term text
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Media Type Term unmediated
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Carrier Type Term volume
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504 ## - Bibliography, Etc. Note
Bibliography, etc Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0# - Formatted Contents Note
Formatted contents note Introduction : Themes of contemporary art: what, why, and how ; A brief orientation -- The art world expands : Overview of history and art history: 1980-2016 ; A spectrum of voices emerges ; Globalization ; Theory flexes its muscles ; Impact of the digital ; Traditions survive, new trends arrive ; Social experience as art ; Art meets contemporary culture ; Profile: Katharina Grosse ; Profile: Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch -- Identity : A focus on identity in art history ; Identity is collective and relational ; Identity politics ; Otherness and representation ; Essentialism versus diversity ; Authenticity and hybridity ; Identity is constructed : Deconstructing difference; The fluidity of identity; Fictional identities ; Are we post identity? ; Profile: Shirin Neshat ; Profile: Nancy Burson -- The body : Past figurative art ; The body beautiful ; A new spin on the body: The body is a battleground; The body is a sign; Performing bodies ; Sexual bodies : The gaze; Sex and violence ; Mortal bodies ; Grotesque bodies ; Classifying humans in the genomic age ; Posthuman bodies ; Profile: Renée Cox ; Profile: Zhang Huan --
505 8# - Formatted Contents Note
Formatted contents note Time : Changing views of time ; Time and art history ; Representing time ; Time as medium : Live art; Film and video; Process art ; Exploring the structure of time : Counting and measuring time; Reordering time; Expressing endlessness ; Profile: Hiroshi Sugimoto ; Profile: Cornelia Parker -- Memory : Memory and art history ; The texture of memory : Memory is emotional; Memory is unreliable; Memory is multisensory ; Strategies for representing the past : Displaying evidence; Reenacting the past; Fracturing narratives and reshuffling memories ; Storehouses of memory ; Revisiting the past : Recovering history; Rethinking history; Reframing the present ; Commemorating the past ; Profile: Christian Boltanski ; Profile: Brian Tolle -- Place : Places have meaning ; Places have value ; History's influence : Representations of space; (Most) works of art exist in a place ; What's public? What's private? ; Dislocation ; Looking out for places ; Fictionalized places ; Profile: Turbine Hall at Tate Modern ; Profile: Andrea Zittel --
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Formatted contents note Language : Art and words: a history ; Recent theories of language ; Reasons for using language ; Language makes meaning ; Language takes form : Transparency and translucency; Spatiality and physicality; Books made by artists; Art made with books ; Wielding the power of language ; Naming ; Confronting the challenge of translation ; Using text in the digital age ; Profile: Nina Katchadourian ; Profile: Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller -- Science : What is science? ; Artists as amateur scientists ; Artists adopt scientific tools and materials : Creole technologies; Bio art ; The ideology of science : Changing paradigms of science; Is science running amok? Activist art responds ; The visual culture of science : Scientific imaging and art; Deconstructing the visual culture of science; Scientific displays and archives; Science in popular cutlure ; Is nature natural? ; Marveling at the universe ; Profile: Patricia Piccinini ; Profile: Eduard Kac --
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Formatted contents note Spirituality : Spirituality and religion ; Enchantment ; A short history ; Religious iconography ; Spiritual forms and materials ; Mingling the sacred and the profane ; Scared spaces and rituals ; Art and transcendence ; Finding faith and harboring doubt ; Expressing religious identities ; Facing death, doom, and destruction ; Profile: Bill Viola ; Profile: José Bedia -- Timeline.
648 #7 - Subject Added Entry-Chronological Term
Chronological term 1900-2099
Source of heading or term fast
650 #7 - Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Topical term or geographic name as entry element Art, Modern
General subdivision Themes, motives.
Source of heading or term fast
650 #0 - Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Topical term or geographic name as entry element Art, Modern
Chronological subdivision 20th century
General subdivision Themes, motives.
650 #0 - Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Topical term or geographic name as entry element Art, Modern
Chronological subdivision 21st century
General subdivision Themes, motives.
700 1# - Added Entry-Personal Name
Personal name McDaniel, Craig,
Relator term author.
776 08 - Additional Physical Form Entry
Relationship information Online version
Main entry heading Robertson, Jean, 1950- author.
Title Themes of contemporary art
Edition Fourth edition.
Place, publisher, and date of publication New York : Oxford University Press, 2016
International Standard Book Number 9780190276652
Record control number (DLC) 2016040512.
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2017-12-14Adelaide Central Art Library2020-09-09 2017-12-14 High Demand  182.062020-09-094Non-fiction 2017-1474High demandAdelaide Central Art Library2020-09-16TH ROB 2017