Contemporary Art: Theories and Histories

Summary

Dr Jacqueline Millner researches the theories and histories of contemporary art. 

Supervisor(s)

Dr Jacqueline Millner

Research Location

Sydney College of the Arts

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

Dr Millner is interested in contemporary art practice that questions its social role, that experiments with what art could be in the context of 21st century politics and technologies, that is in part informed by art historical developments, and that engages with other fields of inquiry and practice such as sociology and ethnography. In particular, her expertise covers aesthetics, social practice, performance, installation, video, the politics of urban space, art and memory, artists and museums, the animated image, art and feminism, and street art.

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Keywords

feminist art, Australian art, contemporary art, street art, aesthetics, art and politics, museums, art and memory

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 1676