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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