Materials and bits and bobs

January 18th, 2012 | Posted by david kefford in art | art education | discussion | gallery

“The world is looking for new ways of seeing. Art practice – the collective performance of art making (between materials, artists, artworks and others) is an inherently inter-disciplinary reflexive process that supports us to rethink and reconsider our realities. Arts organisations are an organisation of artists and others, materials and bits and bobs. They are art practices: perhaps a ‘bigger’ collective artwork.”

This quote from Julie Crawshaw in Susan Jones’ new online Guardian article seems to strike a chord with me.  Read the article Pitching up: where is the place for art in full here

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