Recoveries and reclamations [electronic resource] / edited by Judith Rugg and Daniel Hinchcliffe.

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Bristol : Intellect, 2002.
Advances in art & urban futures ; v. 2.
Advances in art & urban futures ; 2
1 online resource (157 p.)
Art and society.
Urban renewal.
Public art.
Electronic books.
This second volume of the series 'Advances in Art & Urban Futures' brings together contributions from artists, sociologists, architects and cultural theorists in addressing the recoveries and reclamations being made within urban and rural landscapes as a result of the fallout of redevelopment in the twentyfirst century. Recoveries and Reclamations addresses pertinent issues facing all those interested in a multidisciplinary approach to developing critical interventions in public space.
Front Cover; Preliminaries; Contents; Series Introduction; Foreword; General Introduction - Recoveries and Reclamations; Contributors; Regenerating Public Life? A sensory analysis of regenerated public places in El Raval, Barcelona - Monica Degen; Introduction; Sensing the city; El Raval : a neighbourhood of contrasts; The sensory manipulation of time; Everyday life: practices in regenerated public spaces; Conclusion; References; Utopia from Dystopia: The Women's Playhouse Trust and the Wapping Project - Judith Rugg; References; New Urban Spaces: Regenerating a Design Ethos - Paul Teedon
IntroductionIntroducing Bankside; An Initial Impetus: The Southwark Urban Design Initiative; Art for Architecture's sake: the development of Tate Modern; Wobbling into the 21st Century: the Millennium Bridge; And so to the skies?; Conclusion; References; Art, Science and Ecological Enquiry: The Case of American Nineteenth-Century Landscape Painting - Kirk Savage; Introduction; The artist as scientific observer; The artist as ecologist; The artist as developer; Conclusion; References; Three Rivers - Second Nature The River Dialogues - Tim Collins; Introduction; Background
A working definition of the public realmIdeas for strategic action; References; Seeing Through Place Local Approaches to Global Problems - Malcolm Miles; Introduction; Terms, Selves and Places; The Wetland; Skinningrove; Art as Environmentalism?; Cultural Development; References; Skinningrove: A Photo Essay - Malcolm Miles; Collective Assemblages, Embodiment and Enunciations - Helen Stratford; Theoretical Action; Active Theory; Practical Thinking; Acknowledgements; References
From Birmingham to Bogota: Tracing the Metaphor of Submerged Space Through the Architecture of 1960's Birmingham and the Artistic Practice of Doris Salcedo - Jane CalowThe Submerged Walkway; Subjectivities and Social Planning; The surface and the submerged as metaphor - the relationship between the lost and the living; The end of the journey: Trace, Liverpool Biennale 1999; Conclusion; References; Differences, Boundaries, Community: The Irish In Britain - Mary J Hickman; Conclusion; References
Renewing Methodologies for Socio-Cultural Research: Global Refugees, Ethno-mimesis and the Transformative Role of Art - Maggie O'Neil and Bea TobolewskaIntroduction; Hybridity/Intertextuality; Global Refugees and the British Context; War in Bosnia; Methodology: Ethno-mimesis; Adorno, mimesis and the transformative power of art; Global Refugees: participatory arts, exhibition, and legacies.; Legacies; Acknowledgements; References; Back Cover - Book Description
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Rugg, Judith.
Hinchcliffe, Daniel.
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