Art-Led Participative Processes: Dialogue & Subjectivity Within Performances in the Everyday. Art-Led Participative Processes encapsulate artist Jay Koh's public participative methodology, which emphasises agency, critical engagement, the ownership of actions and knowledge, the answerability of self to others, and a contribution to social change. It is the outcome and distillation of 24 years of a rigorous and reflexive practice and of rich experiences in social engagement with others, subjected to cross-disciplinary doctoral research at the Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki. This book, condensed from Koh's thesis, offers ALPP as a viable, responsive and dynamic methodology for an inter-subjective participatory art practice that motivates and validates the independence of participants. This book discusses as case studies projects and activities that took place primarily in Myanmar and Ireland, with the inclusion of some activities in Mongolia.
Art-Led Participative Processes
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