Transcending the National Capital Paradigm: The Evolution of Bitumen River Gallery/Canberra Contemporary Art Space
This dissertation investigates the fertile tensions in Canberra’s dual status as national capital space and local polis, that dramatically affected the development of a unique contemporary arts practice in the late 1970s. The primary thrust of this thesis is the triumph of local arts practice and community over the powerful nation- building cultural imperatives of a national capital. A complex narrative, informed by rich archival material and interviews,...[Show more]
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