week 4 was the deadline to submit the research topic for your essay. email it to me by monday 21st if you haven’t done it yet.
- Art’s relationship to globalization: as the art world as a system gets globalised ( internationalised), the art work is itself globalised
- globalisation as a theme for artists to address
- consequences of globalisaton for the theoretical art writing
- implications for the western canon
Ratnam, N., 2004. Art and Globalisation . In: G. Perry and P. Wood eds. Themes in Contemporary Art. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, pp 276-313.
[available as pdf: ratnam-art-globalisation]
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ADDITIONAL READING & LINKS:
Enwezor, O., 2002. The black box. In: Documenta 11_Platform 5: Exhibition: Catalogue. Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Kantz, pp. 44-55.
[available as pdf: enwezor-black-box]
Biemann, U., 2008. Writing Video – Writing the World: Videogeographies as Cognitive Medium. TRANSIT, 4(1), [online]Available at:
<http://german.berkeley.edu:8002/transit/2008/articles/biemannwriting.htm> [Accessed 7 October 2010].
Tate Modern, 2005. Wood, P., Globalisation & Art – A Brief History. Podcast, [podcast] March 2005. Available at <http://channel.tate.org.uk/#media:/media/36838610001/26627135001&list:/media/36838610001&context:/channel/playlists>[Accessed 7 October 2010].
Ward, F., 1999. Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin, 1950s-1980s,Frieze Magazine, Issue 48 [online]Available at:
Roush, P., 2008, “Spaces, visibilities and transcultural flows: diasporic strategies in the local worlds. Lagos: Mundos Locais Local Worlds.
Download the catalogue pdf
or read the essay at scribd