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Uneven Bodies : Reader

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  • Author:
    BUCHANAN / BURNS / LUNDH / ROSE
  • ISBN:
    9781988543093
  • Publication Date:
    0/00/2021
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    120
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Govett-Brewster Art Gallery
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Uneven Bodies : Reader
Uneven Bodies : Reader

Uneven Bodies : Reader

Regular price $48.99
Unit price
per
  • Author:
    BUCHANAN / BURNS / LUNDH / ROSE
  • ISBN:
    9781988543093
  • Publication Date:
    0/00/2021
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    120
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Govett-Brewster Art Gallery
  • Country of Publication:
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    Uneven Bodies (Reader) is a comprehensive collection of writing produced as an outcome of a symposium of the same name held in Aotearoa New Zealand in early 2020 that addresses the politics of collections today and the complex terrain of power in which this conversation sits.

    The collection places specific emphasis on Indigenous positions, linking this into the so-called international paradigm. Topics covered include collecting contemporary both inside and outside the institution, repatriation, deaccession, and Indigenous methodology in collection work. With keynote contributions from Prof Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Gabi Ngcobo, Dr. Clementine Deliss, and Wanda Nanibush and nine other positions, the readers offers a template for how we can imagine collecting in the future; full of mutated spaces we don't yet know how to move in, full of powerful languages we still need to learn how to speak, together.

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Uneven Bodies (Reader) is a comprehensive collection of writing produced as an outcome of a symposium of the same name held in Aotearoa New Zealand in early 2020 that addresses the politics of collections today and the complex terrain of power in which this conversation sits.

The collection places specific emphasis on Indigenous positions, linking this into the so-called international paradigm. Topics covered include collecting contemporary both inside and outside the institution, repatriation, deaccession, and Indigenous methodology in collection work. With keynote contributions from Prof Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Gabi Ngcobo, Dr. Clementine Deliss, and Wanda Nanibush and nine other positions, the readers offers a template for how we can imagine collecting in the future; full of mutated spaces we don't yet know how to move in, full of powerful languages we still need to learn how to speak, together.