The Process of Public Artwork as a Means of Reconciliation in Urban Areas of Conflict

Donahue, Maura A.

The wheel of public artwork has been reinvented in the past half century. Challenged and expanded, the genre has revealed an alluring capacity for community engagement; one swiftly employed by artist activists. This new and explicit goal to stimulate civic dialogue has in turn uprooted traditional art processes largely concerned with personal self-expression or adherence to standards of aestheti... read more

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