Art For? Framing the Conversation on Art and Social Change “with” Steven Hill

Author: Patti Fraser & Flick Harrison
Date Published:  2016
Published In:  Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal/Volume 1, Issue 1
Resource Types: Scholarly Journals

The research represented within this text and media art piece is based on a formal interview with director Steven Hill for the Art for Social Change Research Project. By disrupting the interview through visual inserts and pithy philosophical responses into the visual frame we are seeking to reconsider the expectations associated with research and research interviews. This visual play also furthers Steven Hill’s theorizing on the idea of frames and what predetermines the frames we bring to the project of art “for” social change. 

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