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Imagination engage 16

This issue of engage is on the theme of the imagination. How is the imagination currently theorised? How do artists talk about imagination in different kinds of practice? How do gallery educators and curators try to access the imagination? What is the current cultural value of the imagination? Can museums of the future be made into spaces for the imagination? Contributors include: Lindsay Clarke, Gavin Jantjes, Richard Kearney, Clare van Loenen, Idit Nathan. A PDF of the Editorial is attached.

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engage 16: Imagination engage 16
Feb 2005
Published by engage, London
http://www.engage.org/journal.aspx?id=17

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'On Imagination', pgs 2-9
Richard Kearney, Professor of Philosophy, Boston College and University College Dublin

'The Prime Agent: imagination as mandorla', pgs 10-14
Lindsay Clarke, Novelist

'myooh’zee-_m: Imagination in the museum of our time', pgs 15-21
Gavin Jantjes, Senior Consultant for contemporary art, National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo

'Creatology Creativise Creatovate', pgs 22-29
Susan Rowe Harrison, Artist and educator

'Picture the sound of a dripping tap: perspectives on imagination in performing arts practice', pgs 30-36
Round table discussion at ResCen, 6 July 2004

'Here, There and Everywhere: the cultural value of imagination', pgs 37-43
Maria Balshaw, Creative Partnerships Birmingham and Demos Associate

'Let’s Play: on engaging children’s imaginations', pgs 44-49
Idit Nathan, Visual artist and founder of Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination

'Imaging Imagination: ten different boxes from the same starting point', pgs 50-55
Amanda Phillips, Education Officer, Leeds City Gallery

'Planes, Trains and Rocking Horses', pgs 56-59
Clare van Loenen, Head of Public Programmes, Hayward Gallery, London

'Reviews', pgs 60-65
Hannah Fussner, Michael Prior, Harvey McGavin

 

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