What is installation?: an anthology of writings on Australian installation art
This book contains a fascinating collection of essays on the emergence and nature of installation art from the 1970s to the present. Themes include open air sculpture, site-specificity, institutional critiques, and new media. Thrity-nine writers discuss the works of twenty-eight artists. Adam Geczyis an artist and writer with exhibitions across Australia and Europe. Benjamin Genocchiois the national art correspondent for the Australian newspaper.
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