Courting blakness: recalibrating knowledge in the sandstone university

Courting blakness: recalibrating knowledge in the sandstone university. Edited by Foley, Fiona, Martin-Chew, Louise and Nicoll, Fiona St. Lucia, QLD, Australia: UQP, 2015.

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Title Courting blakness: recalibrating knowledge in the sandstone university
Place of Publication St. Lucia, QLD, Australia
Publisher UQP
Publication year 2015
Sub-type Edited book
Open Access Status Not Open Access
ISBN 9780702253805
Language eng
Editor Foley, Fiona
Martin-Chew, Louise
Nicoll, Fiona
Formatted Abstract/Summary
This book will document the themes addressed in the installation and the Courting Blakness symposium (5-6 September 2014) with a discussion of art that speaks to concepts of nationhood and the tensions that arise from unresolved sovereignty in Australia. Chapters will explore the event and its outcomes, the ideas canvassed in the papers presented, and the innovation in the nature of the event.

It will include photographic documentation of the public art event and written discussion of work by artists Christian Thompson, 
with Natalie Harkin, Karla Dickens, Ryan Presley, Archie Moore and Michael Cook. Writers include Kevin O’Brien, Troy-Anthony Baylis, Louise Martin-Chew, Maurice O’Riordan, and Prue Ahrens, with personal and professional reflections by Djon Mundine, and conclusions by Fiona Nicoll. The book will also include an introduction about the project by curator and UQ Adjunct Professor Fiona Foley.
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Institutional Status UQ

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