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ResearchCollectively Annotated Bibliography digital platform...Browse the digital platform of this brand new research, commissioned by Public Art Agency Sweden, featuring a corpus of about 150 printed materials on the expanded field of public art, suggested by 13 Visible collaborators. ...PublicationDecember 15: Online launch of the "Collectively Annotated Bibliography"...Please join us for the release of the book and digital version of Collectively Annotated Bibliography: On Artistic Practices in the Expanded Field of Public Art on December 15th through an online event from 18.00-20.00 GMT+1. ...StorytellingThe first episode of the Visible Storytelling project is online...This is the first episode of the Society of the Many, season one of Visible Storytelling. The episode centres on "Slave Rebellion Reenactment", a community-engaged performance by Dread Scott reenacting the biggest rebellion of enslaved people in American history, in 1811. ...Projects ArchiveExplore the Visible network...Since 2011 Visible is researching the many facets of art for social transformation in a global context. Here you can browse geographically the over 200 projects we have gotten in touch with so far, and also filter them through topics or award year. ...
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Our latest publication, #collectivelyannotatedbibliography edited by Judith Wielander and Matteo Lucchetti is one of the winners of the European Design Awards 2021 #edawards thanks to the cutting-edge design by Lupo Burtscher.
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Collectively Annotated Bibliography is part of The Visibile project (Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto/Fondazione Zegna). The publication and digital platform are the results of a longstanding commitment by Public Art Agency Sweden and Visible to issues of knowledge production in terms of collective and critical work in the expanded field of public art. Conceived as an annotated bibliography, that is, a classic bibliography with brief explanations of the major themes of each book, this bibliography is introduced via conversations with a philosopher (Emanuele Coccia), an academic researcher (Andrea Phillips) and an independent curator (Gabi Ngcobo). They reflect on what creating a bibliography that informs and inspires artistic practices in the extended field of public art means today. ... See MoreSee Less
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