DIALOGUES IN PUBLIC ART

The MIT Press, 2000

Artists interviewed by Tom Finkelpearl

FOUR CONTROVERSIES IN PUBLIC ART
Douglas Crimp on Tilted Arc [Richard Serra]
John Ahrean on the Bronx Bronzes and Happier Times
Arthur Symes Fighting the Bronx Bronzes
Maya Lin Landscapes and Memorials
David Avalos, Louis Hock, Elizabeth Sisco on Welcome to America's Finest Tourist Plantation
 
FOUR EXPERIMENTS IN PUBLIC ART AS ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING
Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi on Art in Architecture
Vito Acconci on Art, Architecture, Arvada, and StoreFront
Linnea Glatt and Michael Singer on Designing the Pheonix Solid Waste Management Facility
Ron Jensen on Commissioning the Pheonix Solid...
Rick Lowe on Designing Project Row Houses
Assata Shakur on Living in Project Row Houses
   
FIVE DIALOGUES ON DIALOGUE-BASED PUBLIC ART PROJECTS  
Paulo Freire  Discussing Dialogue
Mierele Laderman Ukeles on Maintenance and Sanitation Art
Krzysztof Wodiczko on Alien Staff
Jagoda Przybylak on Alien Staff
Kristin Jones and Andrew Ginzel on Mnemonics
 
TWO EFFORTS IN PUBLIC ART FOR PUBLIC HEALTH  
Mel Chin on Revival Field
Dr. Rufus L. Chaney on Revival Field
Frank Moore on the AIDS Ribbon
Jackie McLean on Making the AIDS Ribbon at the Artist and Homeless Collaborative
   
ADDITIONAL ARTISTS MENTIONED [partial list]  
Group Material  
Hammons, David  
Heap of Birds, Hachivi Edgar  
Kruger, Barbara  
National Endowment foe the Arts (NEA)  
Percent for Art Programs  
Serra, Richard  
Simpson, Buster  
Smithson, Robert  
StoreFront for Art and Architecture