Studies in contemporary Australian sculptural practice: Hilarie Mais and Fiona Hall
The subject of this thesis is contemporary Australian sculptural practice. Within the limitations of a Master of Arts sub-thesis, it aims to provide an analysis of developments in contemporary Australian sculptural practice since 1980. This analysis is conducted within the context of the theoretical frameworks of postmodernism, feminism and postcolonialism. The first chapter seeks to establish a general overview and context, both nationally and internationally, for the significant changes and...[Show more]
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