Bound to please: The 'presence' of the philistine: Sarah Lucas unleashes the ghost in contemporary art

Burns, Karen Mary Bernadette (2011) Bound to please: The 'presence' of the philistine: Sarah Lucas unleashes the ghost in contemporary art. [Student Project] (Submitted)

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This essay explores Beech and Roberts’ theory of the philistine in relation to the emergence of The Young British Artists. It specifically addresses the work of Sarah Lucas in terms of philistine modes of attention. There is a focus on the collaborative aspect of artist, gallery and viewer in relation to sculptural and installation contemporary art.

Item Type:Student Project
Keywords that describe the item:The Abject, philistine, philistinism, feminine roles, religion, the feminine, assemblage, installation art
Subjects:N Fine Arts > NB Sculpture
Divisions:Schools > School of Media Arts
ID Code:2004
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Deposited On:11 Jun 2012 06:10
Last Modified:11 Jun 2012 06:10

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