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FIELD Issue 8: Japan’s Social Turn Vol. 2

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FIELD Issue 8: Japan’s Social Turn Vol. 2

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Japan’s Social Turn: Introduction to Part II

Justin Jesty

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Japan’s Social Turn: Introduction to Part II

Justin Jesty

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The Development of Art Projects in Japan: Policy and Economic Perspectives

Nobuko Kawashima

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The Development of Art Projects in Japan: Policy and Economic Perspectives

Nobuko Kawashima

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Kamiyama’s Success in Creative Depopulation

Yoshimoto Mitsuhiro

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Kamiyama’s Success in Creative Depopulation

Yoshimoto Mitsuhiro

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Assessing Art Projects Aimed at Revitalization: the Case of the Koganechō Bazaar

Justin Jesty

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Assessing Art Projects Aimed at Revitalization: the Case of the Koganechō Bazaar

Justin Jesty

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At the Source (Code): Obscenity and Modularity in Rokudenashiko’s Media Activism

Anne McKnight

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At the Source (Code): Obscenity and Modularity in Rokudenashiko’s Media Activism

Anne McKnight

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Trans Local Networking of DIY Art Collectives from Asia to Europe

Kanō Ai

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Trans Local Networking of DIY Art Collectives from Asia to Europe

Kanō Ai

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FIELD Issue 7: Japan’s Social Turn, Vol. 1

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FIELD Issue 7: Japan’s Social Turn, Vol. 1

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Japan’s Social Turn: An Introductory Companion

Justin Jesty

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Japan’s Social Turn: An Introductory Companion

Justin Jesty

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Isolation and Neighboring Relations in Osaka’s Kamagasaki: The Gaps and What Breaks Through Them. To Express is to Live

Ueda Kanayo

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Isolation and Neighboring Relations in Osaka’s Kamagasaki: The Gaps and What Breaks Through Them. To Express is to Live

Ueda Kanayo

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Don’t Follow the Wind: Chim↑Pom and the Creation of a Collective Imaginary

Miwako Tezuka

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Don’t Follow the Wind: Chim↑Pom and the Creation of a Collective Imaginary

Miwako Tezuka

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After the Exhibition Artists and the Disaster: Documentation in Progress

Takehisa Yuu

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After the Exhibition Artists and the Disaster: Documentation in Progress

Takehisa Yuu

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Localizing Socially Engaged Art: Some Observations on Collective Operations in Prewar and Postwar Japan

Reiko Tomii

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Localizing Socially Engaged Art: Some Observations on Collective Operations in Prewar and Postwar Japan

Reiko Tomii

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Japanese Art Projects in History

Kajiya Kenji

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Japanese Art Projects in History

Kajiya Kenji

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Socially Engaged Art in Japan: Mapping the Pioneers

Adrian Favell

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Socially Engaged Art in Japan: Mapping the Pioneers

Adrian Favell

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Acknowledgements

Justin Jesty

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Acknowledgements

Justin Jesty

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FIELD Issue 6

Winter 2017

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FIELD Issue 6

Winter 2017

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FIELD Issue 6 Editorial

Grant Kester

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FIELD Issue 6 Editorial

Grant Kester

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Organization, Engagement, Coloniality—Hangar: Centro de Investigação Artística in Lisbon

Carlos Garrido Castellano

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Organization, Engagement, Coloniality—Hangar: Centro de Investigação Artística in Lisbon

Carlos Garrido Castellano

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Artesãos da Nossa Pátria: Makonde Blackwood Sculptors, Cooperatives, and the Art of Socialist Revolution in Post-Colonial Mozambique

Alexander Bortolot

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Artesãos da Nossa Pátria: Makonde Blackwood Sculptors, Cooperatives, and the Art of Socialist Revolution in Post-Colonial Mozambique

Alexander Bortolot

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A Note on Socially-Engaged Art Criticism

Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen

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A Note on Socially-Engaged Art Criticism

Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen

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The Limits of the Exculpatory Critique: A Response to Mikkel Bolt-Rasmussen

Grant Kester

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The Limits of the Exculpatory Critique: A Response to Mikkel Bolt-Rasmussen

Grant Kester

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An Interview with Jorge Fernández Torres

Paloma Checa-Gismero

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An Interview with Jorge Fernández Torres

Paloma Checa-Gismero

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FIELD Issue 5

Fall 2016

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FIELD Issue 5

Fall 2016

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FIELD Issue 5 Editorial

Grant Kester

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FIELD Issue 5 Editorial

Grant Kester

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A Commonist Ethics

Susan Buck-Morss

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A Commonist Ethics

Susan Buck-Morss

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Politics is Not Ontology: An Interview with Susan Buck-Morss

Grant Kester

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Politics is Not Ontology: An Interview with Susan Buck-Morss

Grant Kester

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Correspondence on the German Student Movement

Theodor Adorno and Herbert Marcuse

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Correspondence on the German Student Movement

Theodor Adorno and Herbert Marcuse

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An Interview with Michelada Think Tank

Noni Brynjolson

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An Interview with Michelada Think Tank

Noni Brynjolson

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An Interview with Carmen Papalia

Jacqueline Bell

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An Interview with Carmen Papalia

Jacqueline Bell

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FIELD Issue 4

Spring 2016

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FIELD Issue 4

Spring 2016

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FIELD Editorial 4

Grant Kester

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FIELD Editorial 4

Grant Kester

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Merciless Aesthetic: Activist Art as the Return of Institutional Critique. A Response to Boris Groys

Gregory Sholette

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Merciless Aesthetic: Activist Art as the Return of Institutional Critique. A Response to Boris Groys

Gregory Sholette

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Beating the Bounds of Socially-Engaged Art? A Transdisciplinary Dialogue on a Collaborative Art Project with Youth in Dublin, Ireland

Fiona Whelan and Kevin Ryan

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Beating the Bounds of Socially-Engaged Art? A Transdisciplinary Dialogue on a Collaborative Art Project with Youth in Dublin, Ireland

Fiona Whelan and Kevin Ryan

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Bostanorama

Christoph Schäfer

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Bostanorama

Christoph Schäfer

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Tightrope Routines: A Feminist Artist Interviews The Internet’s Most Infamous Misogynist

Angela Washko

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Tightrope Routines: A Feminist Artist Interviews The Internet’s Most Infamous Misogynist

Angela Washko

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