Subversive Ceramics

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A Choice Outstanding Academic Title 2016Satire has been used in ceramic production for centuries. Historically, it occurred as a slogan or proverb written into the ceramic surface; as pictorial surface imagery; or as a satirical figurine. The use of…

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    A Choice Outstanding Academic Title 2016Satire has been used in ceramic production for centuries. Historically, it occurred as a slogan or proverb written into the ceramic surface; as pictorial surface imagery; or as a satirical figurine. The use of satire in contemporary ceramics is a rapidly evolving trend, with many artists subverting or otherwise rethinking familiar historic forms to make a political point.Claudia Clare examines the relationship between ceramics, social politics, and political movements and the way both organisations and individual artists have used pots - predominantly domestic objects - to agitate among the masses or simply express their ideas. Ninety colour illustrations of various subversive, satirical and campaigning works illustrate her arguments and enliven debate.Claudia Clare explores work by artists from twenty-one different countries, from 500 BC to the present day. These range range from the French artist Honor Daumier and the enslaved African-American potter David Drake to contemporary artists including Lubaina Himid, Virgil Ortiz and Shlomit Bauman,whose work and the means of its production has addressed or commented upon issues such as disputed homelands, identify, race, gender and colonialism.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2016
    Forlag
    Bloomsbury Publishing
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781474257978
    Sider
    160

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