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Center of Creative Arts
COCA (Center Of Creative Arts) 524 Trinity Avenue
COCA-Center of Creative Arts is a non-profit community arts center with a mission to enrich lives and build community through the arts. COCA connects our community to the arts through programs that emphasize social and artistic diversity, economic and cul...
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A Brief Introduction by: Clive Adams
A brief introduction to environmental art by Clive Adams, Director of the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World
Interview with Clive Adams, A Curator's Perspective by: greenmuseum.org
Clive Adams, Project Director of the new Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World discusses his most recent projects.
Clive Adams, Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World (UK)
Clive Adams, UK
Eco Art? « Shannon Amidon
See "A Brief Introduction" by Clive Adams of the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World.
Archive - The Animal Gaze Returned - Symposium and Exhibition
Rikke Hansen, Researcher at Tate Britain; Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson, Artist Collaboration; Clive Adams, Director, Centre for Contemporary Art & the Natural World, Exeter; Ron Broglio, Professor of Literature, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Jo Longhurst, Artist; Matthew Poole, Programme Director, Centre for Curatorial Studies, University of Essex; Dr Hilda Kean, Tutor in History and Acting Dean, Ruskin College, Oxford; David Wood, Centennial Professor of Philosophy, Vanderbilt University, USA; Emily Brady, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Edinburgh; Matthew Fuller, David Gee Reader in Digital Media, Goldsmiths; Marcus Coates, Artist; Giovanni Aloi, Lecturer in History of Art and Media Studies at Queen Mary, University of London and the Open University and Editor of Antennae, the Journal of Nature in Visual Culture; Dario Martinelli, Docent of Semiotics and Musicology, Helsinki.
Director & Curator, Centre for Contemporary Art & the Natural World
will conclude by talking about animal imagery in the work of Franz Marc and Constantin Brancusi, live animals in the performance and installation work of Beuys
and Kounellis, dead animals in the work of Hirst, and technologies which help us to envision new feelings and connections within our own and other species.
Director, Centre for Contemporary Art & the Natural World, Exeter
Clive Adams, Centre for ...
Clive Adams, Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World (CCANW)
Clive Adams - Hands in Soil from Cradle of Humankind, South Africa 2012