Bibliography for Working in Public Seminar Series

Seminar 1: Aesthetics and Ethics of Working in Public

Kester, G. (2004) Conversation Pieces, Community and Communication in Modern Art. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press (pp.1-16, pp.82-123).

Lacy, S. and Wettrich, A, (2002) What It Talks. San Francisco, California: San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, Fine Arts Gallery, San Francisco State University.

Lacy, S. (1995) Mapping the Terrain: New Genre Public Art. Seattle (WA): Bay Press (pp.152-170, pp.171-185, pp.247- 248, pp. 251-253, pp. 266-267

Roth, M. (2001) Making & Performing Code 33; A Public Art Project with Suzanne Lacy, Julio Morales, and Unique Holland. [online], PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art [cited 16 February, 2008].

Seminar 2: Power and Representation

Wodiczko, K. (2007) Art:21 interview with Krzyoztof Wodiczko Hiroshima projection. [online], art:21 [cited 16 January, 2008].

Krzysztof Wodiczko (2000-2003) [online], MIT Architecture[cited 16 January, 2008]. <;

Bourdieu, P. and Haacke, H. (2005) Free Exchange Polity Press, [Libre-?change] (S.Woods, F., trans). Oxford: Polity Press (pp 1-43).

Lacy, S. (1997) Prostitution Notes in Novakov, A., (eds.) Veiled Histories; The Body, Place and Public Art. New York: Critical Press.

Lippard, L. (2005) Shaming the Devil [online], Animating Democracy [cited 16 February, 2008].

Trevor, T. (2006) Homeland making Meaning in Middle England.  (See Seminar 2 as pdf).

Trevor, T. & Stadler, E. (2007) Lois & Franziska Weinberger Home Voodoo. Bristol: Arnolfini.

Papastergiadis, N (2006) Spatial Aesthetics: Art, Place and the Everyday Rivers Oram Press

Huizinga, J. (1955) Homo Ludens Boston: Beacon

Seminar 3: Quality and Imperfection

Sheikh, S (2005) In the Place of the Public Sphere? [online], Society of Control [cited 22 cited 17 January, 2008].

Sheikh, S (2004) Representation, Contestation and Power: The Artist as Public Intellectual [online], Republic Art [cited 17 January, 2008].

Garcés, M. (2006) To Embody Critique: Some Theses. Some Examples (Casas-Cortés, M. and Cobarrubias S., trans). [online], EICIP [cited 16 January, 2008].

Kester, G (2004) Collaborative Practices in Environmental Art, [online], Green Museum [cited 16 January, 2008]

Bourriaud, N, (2002) Relational Aesthetics, Pleasance. [Libre-?change] (Pleasance, S. and Woods, F., trans.). France: les presses du reel (pp.79-115). (Original work published 1998)

Matarasso F. (2005) Art for our sake: The artistic importance of community arts, [online], François Matarasso [cited 16 January, 2008] <;

Kaprow, A. (2003) Essays on the Blurring of Art and Life (J. Kelley ed.). Berkeley, Los Angels, London: University of California Press (pp.201-209).

Kester, G (1994) Orchestra Maneuvers in the Dark, [online], The Free Library by Farlex [cited 16 January, 2008]< >

Barker, R. and Macdonald, N (2006) Placed upon the Horizon. Scotland: South Lanarkshire Council.

Kester, G (2005) Theories and Methods of Collaborative Art practice. in Kester, G., (eds.) Groundworks. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania: Regina Gouger Miller Gallery, Carnegie Mellon University.

Negt, O., & A. Kluge, 1993 Public Sphere and Experience: Towards an Analysis of the Bourgeois and Proletarian Public Sphere University of Minnesota

Warner, M., 2002, Publics and Counterpublics New York: Zone Books

Castoriadis, C., translated Kathleen Blamey,1998, The Imaginary Institution of the Society MIT Press: Cambridge

Rancière, J., 2004, Politics of Aesthetics: The Limits of Art and Politics Continuum Inti Publishing Group

Butler, J., Laclau, E. & Zizek, S., 2000, Contingency, Hegemony, Universality: Contemporary Dialogues on the Left WWW Norton, Co Inc

Svendsen, L. 2005 A Philosophy of Boredom Reaktion Books

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