All Articles

Issue 1: Cosmopolitanism as Cultural and Creative Practice

Cosmopolitanism as critical and creative practice: an introduction

ELEANOR BYRNE AND BERTHOLD SCHOENE

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-1/2013s01ebbs/


The world on a train: global narration in Geoff Ryman’s 253

BERTHOLD SCHOENE

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-1/2013s02bs/


The precarious ecologies of cosmopolitanism

MARSHA MESKIMMON

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-1/2013s03mm/


‘How dare you rubbish my town!’: place listening as an approach to socially engaged art within UK urban regeneration contexts

ELAINE SPEIGHT

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-1/2013s04es/


Towards a cosmopolitan criticality? Relational aesthetics, Rirkrit Tiravanija and transnational encounters with pad thai

RENATE DOHMEN

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-1/2013s05rd/


Parallel editing, multi-positionality and maximalism: cosmopolitan effects as explored in some art works by Melanie Jackson and Vivienne Dick

RACHEL GARFIELD

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-1/2013s06rg/


Offshore cosmopolitanism: reading the nation in Rana Dasgupta’s Tokyo Cancelled, Lawrence Chua’s Gold by the Inch and Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger

LIAM CONNELL

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-1/2013s07lc/


Trick questions: cosmopolitan hospitality

ELEANOR BYRNE

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-1/2013s08eb/


Google paintings

JOHN TIMBERLAKE

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-1/2013s09jt/

Issue 2: Pavilions

Big worlds under little tents

JOEL ROBINSON

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w01jr/


‘Not months but moments’: ephemerality, monumentality, and the pavilion in ruins

IHOR JUNYK

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w02ij/


At the bottom of the garden: the Caffeaus of Villa Albani

JANE LOMHOLT

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w03jl/


Folkloric modernism: Venice’s Giardini Della Biennale and the geopolitics of architecture

JOEL ROBINSON

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w04jr/


From the world’s fair to Disneyland: pavilions as temples

JAIMEE K. COMSTOCK-SKIPP

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w05jkcs/


The Markham Moor papilio: a picturesque commentary

KAROLINA SZYNALSKA

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w06ks/


On Penelope Curtis’ Patio and Pavilion: The Place of Sculpture in Modern Architecture

BRIAN HATTON

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w07bh/


Fascism, middle class ideals, and holiday villas at the 5th Milan Triennale

FLAVIA MARCELLO

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w08fm/


‘A bazaar in the Coliseum’: marketing Southeast Asian handicrafts in New York, 1956

JENNIFER WAY

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w09jw/


Pavilioning Manchester: boundaries of the local, national and global at the Asia Triennial

BECCY KENNEDY

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w10bk/


Haiti’s first national pavilion at the Venice Biennale: anachronism or illuminating opportunity?

WENDY ASQUITH

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w11wa/


The Dallas Pavilion: contemporary art and urban identity

JASPAR JOSEPH-LESTER AND MICHAEL CORRIS

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w12jjlmc/


‘A glimpse of another world’: Zaha Hadid’s Mobile Art Pavilion (MAP)

SOPHIE KAZAN

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w13sk/


The Donkey Institute of Contemporary Art (DICA): a photo-essay

YAM LAU

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w14yl/


Electronic textiles for architecture

SARAH BONNEMAISON

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w15sb/


The playful Ping-Pong Pavilion: learning from risky experimentation in real time

HARRIET HARRISS

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w16hh/


Deconstructing the Children’s Art Pavilion

CHRIS TUCKER

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w17ct/


After word, thought, life: a stroll in Parisian parks

MICHAELA GIEBELHAUSEN

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-2/2013w18mg/

Issue 3: Disturbing Pasts: Memories, Controversies and Creativity

Disturbing pasts: Memories, controversies and creativity

LEON WAINWRIGHT

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s01lw/


Echoes of the Great War: The recordings of African prisoners in the First World War

ANNETTE HOFFMANN

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s11ah/


‘A riot of our own’: a reflection on agency

CAROL TULLOCH

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s12ct/


The exhibition Namibia − Germany: a shared/divided history. Resistance, violence, memory (Cologne, Berlin 2004/2005)

CLARA HIMMELHEBER

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s13ch/


Break! On the unpleasant, the marginal, the taboo, and the controversial in Norwegian museums

LIV RAMSKJAER

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s14lr/


Making meaning from a fragmented past: 1897 and the creative process

PEJU LAYIWOLA

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s15pl/


Mallaby’s car: colonial subjects, imperial actors, and the representation of human suffering in postcolonial exhibitions

SUSAN LEGÊNE

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s16sl/


Comments on the art and research project ‘The division of the earth – tableaux on the legal synopses of the Berlin Africa conference’

DIERK SCHMIDT AND MALTE JAGUTTIS

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s21ds/


Late photography, military landscapes, and the politics of memory

SIMON FAULKNER

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s22sf/


Forced displacement, suffering and the aesthetics of loss

MARUŠKA SVAŠEK

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s23ms/


Nuclear war as false memory

JOHN TIMBERLAKE

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s24jt/


 I miss you, Jew!

RAFAL BETLEJEWSKI

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s31rb/

Spatial dialogues and Holocaust memory in contemporary Polish art: Yael Bartana, Rafał Betlejewski and Joanna Rajkowska

UILLEAM BLACKER

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s32ub/


Margit Ellinor: Forgotten images

BENTE GEVING

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s33bg/

A comment on contemporary Sámi art

SIGRID LIEN

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s34sl/


Troubled traces: Painting and displaying intercultural traumas of Aboriginality

HEATHER KAMARRA SHEARER

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-3/2014s35hs/

Empowering art: reconfiguring narratives of trauma and hope in the Australian national imaginary

FIONA MAGOWAN

https://openartsjournal.org/2014s36fm/

Issue 4: Touch Me, Touch Me Not

Touch me, touch me not: senses, faith and performativity in early modernity: introduction

ERIN E. BENAY  AND LISA M. RAFANELLI

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-4/article-0/


A touching compassion: Dürer’s haptic theology

SHIRA BRISMAN

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-4/article-1/


Blind suffering: Ribera’s non-visual epistemology of martyrdom

ITAY SAPIR

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-4/article-2/


 Disciplining the tongue: Archbishop Antoninus, the Opera a ben vivere and the regulation of women’s speech in renaissance Florence

THERESA FLANIGAN

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-4/article-3/


Sensing the image: gender, piety and images in late medieval Tuscany

CATHERINE LAWLESS

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-4/article-4/


Vox clamantis in deserto: The Johannesschüssel: senses and silences

BARBARA BAERT

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-4/article-5/


To have and to hold: possessing the sacred in the late renaissance

ERIN E. BENAY

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-4/article-6/


Performing the renaissance body and mind: somaesthetic style and devotional practice at the Sacro Monte di Varallo

ALLIE TERRY-FRITSCH

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-4/article-7/


Alienata da’ sensi: reframing Bernini’s S. Teresa

ANDREA BOLLAND

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-4/article-8/


Finishing touches: an afterword

ALICE E. SANGER AND SIV TOVE KULBRANDSTAD WALKER

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-4/article-9/


Issue 5: Sustainable Art Communities: Creativity and Policy in the Transnational Caribbean

Edited by Leon Wainwright and Kitty Zijlmans


Sustainable art communities: creativity and policy in the transnational Caribbean. An introduction

Leon Wainwright

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-5/article-0/


 Part 1 Histories and theories

Dreams of Utopia: sustaining art institutions in the transnational Caribbean

ERICA JAMES

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-5/article-1/


Criticality and context: migrating meanings of art from the Caribbean

THERESE HADCHITY

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-5/article-2/


Notes on imagining Afropea

CHARL LANDVREUGD

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-5/article-3/


Part 2 Visual investigations

Kolonialismo di nanzi: Anansi colonialism

TIRZO MARTHA

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-5/article-4/


Art and agency in contemporary Curaçao: Tirzo Martha’s Blijf maar plakken

KITTY ZIJLMANS

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-5/article-5/


Between a rock and a hard place: local-global dynamics of funding and sponsorship in Caribbean art

WINSTON KELLMAN

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-5/article-6/


Randnotizen: notes from the edge

NICHOLAS MORRIS

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-5/article-7/


Part 3 Collaborations

Policy entrepreneurship: expanding multimodality in Caribbean practice through Caribbean intransit

MARIELLE BARROW

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-5/article-8/


Champagne tastes and mauby pockets: towards healthy cultural eco-systems

ANNALEE DAVIS

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-5/article-10/


Sustainable art communities: an afterword

MIMI SHELLER

https://openartsjournal.org/issue-5/article-11/