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Title: Strategies of Belonging - A Social Art Practice
Authors: Gorgel Pinto, António
Gilmor, Jane
Reaes Pinto, Paula
Editors: Gorgel Pinto, António
Gilmore, Jane
Reaes Pinto, Paula
Keywords: Social Art Practice
Disenfranchised Communities
Cultural Sustainability
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Iowa Ceramics Center and Glass Studio
Citation: Gorgel Pinto, António, Gilmor, Jane, Reaes Pinto, Paula (2019). Strategies of Belonging. A Social Art Practice. ISBN: 978-0-36-858270-7.
Abstract: As what have been called “art- ist-citizens,” Paula and Antonio work with disenfranchised Por- tuguese communities, both urban and rural, addressing issues like displacement, habitat disintegra- tion and cultural deterioration. They subscribe to a notion of art that crosses diverse disciplines, as they push to create new models of community life, or ways of living, that support long-term, sustaina- ble communities, worldviews, and practices. Collectivity and collab- oration are important features of their process. They believe that empathy, dialog and imagination - artistic strategies, essentially - can give voice to the outsider, connect people to each other, and support the socially signiicant values that underlie economic and cultural sustainability.
URI: 978-0-36-858270-7
Type: book
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