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Applied Experiments in Political Imagination

Chapter in book
Authors Mick Wilson
Published in Learning in Public : transEuropean Collaborations in Socially Engaged Art, E. Tunney, (ed.)
Pages 28-39
ISBN 978-0-9935611-7-7
Publisher Create and the Live Art Development Agency
Place of publication Dublin and London
Publication year 2018
Published at Valand Academy
Pages 28-39
Language en
Keywords contemporary art; political imaginary; social turn; collaborative arts practice
Subject categories Aesthetics, Cultural Studies, Visual Arts


An essay produced in response to an invitation from the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP) a European network, requesting an outline of the state of play with respect to collaborative and socially engaged arts practice in the European context, and a consideration of the following questions: How can artists working collaboratively respond to current political circumstances (ethno-nationalism, populism etc)? How can collaborative arts and cultural practices challenge dominant and exclusionary narratives, or indeed, can they do this? How does a trans-European network such as CAPP create the conditions to extend the field of practice not just geographically but artistically?

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