Art and the Olympics
The second online issue of the engage journal explores the theme of the impact of the Olympics on gallery culture, education and art practice.
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engage 29: Art and the Olympics
Published by engage, London
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Question of Sport
Games People Play: Re-thinking Human Nature through Co-creativity
The World in London
Curious: Stories, Culture and Ideas in a Changing City
The Olympics and Culture Beijing, London…and Paris
A Grand Union - Slow Boat: an Ikon and Chisenhale Gallery Collaboration
Kate Self and Laura Wilson
Museums, Young People and the Cultural Olympiad
Keeping to the Path: Maintaining ‘Core Purpose’ in Participatory Art Under Conditions of Contemporary Patronage
Simon Pope and Jes Fernie
Dropping the baton?
Small Island, Big Nation: Nowhereisland and Participation Beyond ‘Event’ in 2012
Claire Doherty and Michael Prior
The Games: Playing with/for time in East London
Ali MacGilp and Hilary Powell
Subject and Object: The Artist’s Body versus the Athlete’s Body
Ad-Hoc Urbanism: Hackney Wick and Fish Island
Case Study: The Geffrye Museum and Stories of the World
Case Study: Precious Cargo
Case Study: Cottonopolis
Case Study: NE-Generation