Marina Fokidis speaks with Nikos Papastergiadis: towards a metalanguage of geography
AuthorPAPASTERGIADIS, NIKOS; Fokidis, Maria
Source TitleFlash Art
University of Melbourne Author/sPapastergiadis, Nikos
AffiliationFaculty of Arts, Culture and Communication
Document TypeNewspaper/Magazine Article
CitationsPapastergiadis, N. & Fokidis, M. Marina Fokidis speaks with Nikos Papastergiadis: towards a metalanguage of geography. (2006, March-April). Flash Art, p.48-49.
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Having trained on the crossroads of social sciences and humanities, Nikos Papastergiadis is a theorist on art’s ability to penetrate in the field of everyday life. He has written texts on the open-ended issues of home, identity, migration and globalization approaching his research through the canon of art practice and cultural theory. His latest book from River Oram Press, “Spatial Aesthetics (Art, Place and the Everyday), “ Focuses on the ways artists relate to urban spaces and engage other people, both within local and global networks.
Keywordsart; geography; globalization; the everyday
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