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engage 13 Globalisation

This issue brings together some reflections on art in a globalising world, from the point of view of curating, educating and art practice. Increasingly, huge, international exhibitions are the stage on which the conflicts and aspirations of contemporary art are played out. Contributors include Okwui Enwezor, Artistic Director of Documenta 11; Charles Landry, Comedia; Cesare Poppi, University of East Anglia; John Steers, NSEAD.

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engage 13: engage 13 Globalisation
Summer 2003
Published by engage, London

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engage 13 Globalisation

'To-ing and fro-ing', pgs 7-13
Okwui Enwezor, Artistic Director of Documenta 11 (2002) in conversation with Karen Raney, engage Editor, Senior Lecturer, University of East London

'Globalising visual culture: a matter of choice?', pgs 14-20
John Steers, National Society for Education in Art and Design, UK

'A history of Imperialism in a global economy', pgs 21-27
Katherine Hann, Head of Education & Interpretation, British Empire & Commonwealth Museum

Globalisation 'The dilemma of crossing cultures', pgs 28-31
Charles Landry, Director of Commedia and author of Culture at the Crossroads

Globalisation 'African art and globalisation: on whose terms the question?', pgs 32-37
Cesare Poppi, Lecturer in Anthropology and Deputy Director of Sainsbury Research Unit for the Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas, University of East Anglia

Globalisation 'Globalising the Self, localising the Other', pgs 38-42
Ferdinand de Jong, Lecturer in Anthropology, School of World Art Studies and Museology, University of East Anglia

Globalisation 'Notes on Documenta', pgs 43-48
Richard Hylton, Freelance curator

Globalisation 'The Bigger Picture', pgs 49-54
Alessio Antoniolli, Residency Coordinator, Gasworks, London in conversation with Karen Raney, engage Editor, Senior Lecturer, University of East London

Globalisation 'Give and take: the possibility & problematic of transcultural exchange', pgs 55-59
Emma Cocker, Education Development Manager, Site Gallery, Sheffield

Globalisation 'Globalising audiences', pgs 60-62
Kaija Kaitavuori, Education curator, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki

Globalisation 'Is it local or is it global?', pgs 63-67
Veronica Sekules, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia

Globalisation 'Culture Box Plc', pgs 68-72
Pete Worrall, Senior Lecturer, Art Education, University of Central England, Birmingham; international media consultant; digital artist; and writer

Globalisation 'Review: Here, There, Elsewhere: Dialogues on Location and Mobility', pgs 73-76
Alexia Defert, Writer and lecturer, Goldsmiths College, London

Globalisation 'Review : Art in Question', pgs 77-78
Emily Pringle, Freelance gallery educator and artist


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