Week 8 Feb 23 & 25 Australia

Week 8 Feb 23 & 25 Australia - CONTEMPORARY ART...

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Unformatted text preview: CONTEMPORARY ART CONTEMPORARY AND DECOLONIZATION: AND AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA Intro to contemporary Art 0090 / Spring 2010 Terry Smith • (1) Contemporary Art and Globalization: Remodernism, Retro-Sensationalism, Spectacle. • (2) Contemporary Art and Decolonization: Identity, Diversity and Critique. ---Australia; South America; Central Europe; Africa; China; South Asia; Fourth Worlds • (3) Contemporary Art and Contemporaneity: Time, Place, Mediation and Mood. Aboriginal Australia Wall Map, D R Horton, Aboriginal Studies Press, AIATSIS, 1996 Map of Australia and expanded views of Central Desert and Arnhem Land Central “Dynamic figure” engravings and paintings, c.40,000 years ago to present, Ubirr rock painting site, Kakadu, NT, Australia “X-Ray” style rock paintings, Injaluk, NT, Australia, c.2000 years ago to present Wandjuk Marika The Birth of the Djang’kawu Children at Yelangbara, 1982 ochres on eucalyptus bark Map of Australia and expanded views of Central Desert and Arnhem Land Central Albert Namatjira Photograph of tree Ghost Gum at Palm Paddock,c1948 near Hermannsburg, Northern watercolor territory Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri Clifford Emu Corroboree Man, 1972, acrylic on board Utopia, NT, Aborigine women drawing in sand, 1980s sand, Ada Petyarre and Gloria Petyarre painting each other for ceremony, Utopia, 1989 Diagram of symbols, from Geoffrey Bardon, Aboriginal Art of the Western Desert (Adelaide: Rigby, 1979) Art Daisy Napangardi Nelson and others, Bush Banana, Initiated Women’s and Honey Ant Dreaming, 1987, acrylic on canvas, South Australian Museum, Adelaide Photographs of painting shed at Papunya, c.1973 Photographs Uta Uta Tjangala at painting camp, Papunya, 1972 Uta Uta Tjangala Uta Yumari acrylic on canvas, 1981 Photograph of Uta Uta and others at Yumari, 1981 and Taken by anthropologist Fred R. Meyers Taken Johnny Warangkula Johnny Water Dreaming at Kalipinyapa, 1973, acrylic on board Photography of Emily Kame Kngwarreye, 1990; Emily painting Earth’s Creation, Utopia, NT, 1994 Emily Kame Kngwarreye Emily Desert Storm, 1992 acrylic on canvas Ramingining peoples, The Aboriginal Memorial, 1988, The 1988, ochres on wood, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Installation view Installation Glyde River, Central Arnhem Land Glyde II.5.25 Ramingining artists, The Aboriginal Memorial, 1988 Jimmy Wululu, Installation at the Centre Georges Pompidou, 1989, Georges 1989, painted wooden poles (7.2) John Mawurndjul, Mardayin, 2001 Turkey Tolson Tjupurrula, Straightening Spears, 2000, acrylic on canvas Spears Judy Watson, Sacred ground beating heart, 1989 Imants Tillers, Heart of the Wood 1985 oilstick, oil, synthetic polymer paint 338 canvas boards, nos. 5002 – 5339, 280 x 648 cm Museum of Contemporary Art, Imants Tillers, The Nine Shots, 1985, oil on canvas boards Gordon Bennett, The Nine Richocets (Fall Down Black Fella, Jump Up White Fella), 1990, oil and acrylic on board Fella, Gordon Bennett, Notes to Basquiat (Jackson Pollock and his other), 2001 Richard Bell, Aboriginal Art––It’s a White Thing, 2003, acrylic on canvas Thing Tracey Moffatt, Something More, 1989 Susan Norrie, Black Wind, 2002, still from video projection, part of a multi-media performance with music by Kim Bowman Mike Parr, Aussie Aussie Aussie Oi Oi Oi (Democratic torture), 2003 Ngurrara peoples, Ngurrara II, 1997 ...
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