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Artlink Magazine Art in the Public Arena Back Issue

English 1 Reviews   •  English   •   Art & Photography (Art) Only $7.99
Editor Stephanie Britton
Are we producing public art that fits well with our cities and our populations? The Echigo-Tsumari Triennial and the Niigata Land and Water Festivals in Japan show the power of art to impact the public to the extent of changing societal patterns within one decade. So often the public seems strangely indifferent to public art. But if creatively is designed to be a part of the fabric of a place, quite minor or temporary changes can alter the experience of public space and make outdoors more social and more enticing. Laneways become adventures, and buildings at night are light events. Even freeways are given a chance to transcend their banality. This issue travels to places in Australia, New Zealand, The Netherlands, the UK and Germany where artists modify the way we are in public, whether on a tram, a new suburb, a park, a polluted river, a railway platform, a city street barricaded with a mountain of wrecked cars, or a park where dachshunds fill the benches of the United Nations.
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Art in the Public Arena Editor Stephanie Britton Are we producing public art that fits well with our cities and our populations? The Echigo-Tsumari Triennial and the Niigata Land and Water Festivals in Japan show the power of art to impact the public to the extent of changing societal patterns within one decade. So often the public seems strangely indifferent to public art. But if creatively is designed to be a part of the fabric of a place, quite minor or temporary changes can alter the experience of public space and make outdoors more social and more enticing. Laneways become adventures, and buildings at night are light events. Even freeways are given a chance to transcend their banality. This issue travels to places in Australia, New Zealand, The Netherlands, the UK and Germany where artists modify the way we are in public, whether on a tram, a new suburb, a park, a polluted river, a railway platform, a city street barricaded with a mountain of wrecked cars, or a park where dachshunds fill the benches of the United Nations.


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Editor Stephanie Britton
Are we producing public art that fits well with our cities and our populations? The Echigo-Tsumari Triennial and the Niigata Land and Water Festivals in Japan show the power of art to impact the public to the extent of changing societal patterns within one decade. So often the public seems strangely indifferent to public art. But if creatively is designed to be a part of the fabric of a place, quite minor or temporary changes can alter the experience of public space and make outdoors more social and more enticing. Laneways become adventures, and buildings at night are light events. Even freeways are given a chance to transcend their banality. This issue travels to places in Australia, New Zealand, The Netherlands, the UK and Germany where artists modify the way we are in public, whether on a tram, a new suburb, a park, a polluted river, a railway platform, a city street barricaded with a mountain of wrecked cars, or a park where dachshunds fill the benches of the United Nations.
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Artlink is widely known as a leading contemporary visual art magazine in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. Each issue creatively explores a theme relevant to contemporary art and culture. Artlink is renowned for its original choice of topics, readability, cutting edge editorial and excellent production values. Articles are written by leading writers, including well-known curators and academics. Artlink is a valuable reference, ideal for artists, students, arts professionals and anyone with a general interest in the visual arts. A key tool for researchers, it is frequently cited as being the publication which best informs readers about current practice in a diverse range of media and each issue is lavishly illustrated with new work by artists and groups. Exhibition and book reviews give a critical view of established and emerging art practice. Back issues are packed with exciting, evergreen debates and research including analysis, commentary, gossip, news and information. Essential for anyone interested in contemporary arts in the Asia Pacific region. Artlink is one of Australia’s longest established art publications. Be surprised and delighted by every new themed issue, masterminded by a range of daring guest editors and enjoy the curiosity and originality in the way contemporary art is represented.

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