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Class, gender, invisibility and the autograph: Alison Marchant's oppositional encounters with space

By Judith Rugg

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This chapter will examine how Marchant's works interrogate the totalities of class and gender with fragments lifted from the artist's autobiographical frame. It will attempt to show how her temporary, minimal and barely seen interventions oppose the visibility of much public art and create powerful discursive spaces about the nature of place

Topics: NX Arts in general
Publisher: Intellect Books
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:kultur.ucreative.ac.uk:849
Provided by: UCA Research Online
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