(In)tolerance: Freedom of Expression in Art and Culture
Jorinde Seijdel, Liesbeth Melis, Martine Van Kampen
NAi Publishers, 2006 - Art - 176 pages
"Open" is a notebook on art and the public domain, published twice a year. "Open" considers the interaction between art, commissioner, place and public in relation to developments within new media, architecture, urbanism, landscape architecture and spatial planning. "Open" adopts a thematic approach for its content. Beyond essays, interviews and columns, it includes book reviews, project documentation, artists' contributions and photographic essays. "Open" does not treat art as an isolated phenomenon, but as a component of wider-ranging creative, political and socio-cultural developments. "Open" is intended for everyone with an interest in contemporary art and the state of contemporary public space. "Open 10" tackles (in)tolerance.
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