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Permanent Recession

Onomatopee 169

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Onomatopee 169, Channon Goodwin, 2019

Permanent Recession: a Handbook on Art, Labour and Circumstance

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Permanent Recession: a Handbook on Art, Labour and Circumstance is an enquiry into the capitals and currencies of experimental, radical and artist-run initiatives in Australia.

Excavating a shared history of independent practice stretching back to the 1980s, this publication situates new research within a rich continuum of debate about the Australian artmaking context.

Part research, part advocacy document, part literature review, part reader, part position paper, Permanent Recession is a living contribution to current thought. As a handbook, it is a compilation of useful information in a compact and handy form. It should be used!

 

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Type
softcover
Dimensions
108 x 176 mm /4.25 x 7 inch portrait
Pages
448
ISBN
978-94-93148-07-9
Editor
Channon Goodwin
Author
Esther Anatolitis, Peter Anderson, Hana Pera Aoake, Dr Marnie Badham, Terri Bird, Andrew Brooks, Andy Butler, Colleen Chen, Clare Cooper, Dr David Corbet, Dr Ben Eltham,Dr Léuli Eshrāghi , Channon Goodwin, Sarah Gory. Tristen Harwood, Dr Mark Jackson, Dr Kate MacNeill, Dr Anne Marsh, Lucie McIntosh, Georgie Meagher, Dr Jacqueline Millner, Bernice Murphy, Spiros Panigirakis, Dr Lisa Radford, Macushla Robinson, Dr Francis Russell, Catherine Ryan, Kate Scardifield, Dr Pip Shea, Talia Smith, Philipa Veitch, Amelia Wallin, Pip Wallis, Amelia Winata, Katie Winten, Tian Zhang
Graphic
Paul Mylecharane and Kim Mumm Hansen of Public Office
Language
English
Release date
07/07/2019
Binding
sewn and glued
Color
black and white
Printer
Unicum by Gianotten, Tilburg (NL)
Font
Times New Roman Condensed and Times Seven
Image specs
8 images
Proofreader
Mark Gomes
Copy editor
Sarah Gory
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the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.
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