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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 To Paint the Inside of a Church
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Notes

  • Author's note: After Tarkovsky’s Andrei Rublev

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    y separately published work icon Axon : Creative Explorations Creative Work vol. 6 no. 2 November 2016 10626152 2016 periodical issue

    'The academic critique of the conditions of creative work has always been slightly disingenuous. In the name of a ‘workerist’ critique – one which highlights the poor returns to artists according to normative models of labour market analysis – the study of creative labour has de-emphasised the fact that the modern notion of ‘work’ is itself placed in question by artists. But the artistic critique of work, as Luc Boltanski an Eve Chiapello usefully describe it, has been central to the vocation of the artist since at least Industrial Modernity. Despite the rise of a commercial cultural economy in the twentieth century, it is hard to imagine an arts sector without the prolific moral economies which, although enabling of appropriation and exploitation due to the weak formalisation of exchange, sustain alternative models of value that contest the commodification of creative activity. Indeed, it is this critique that has in recent decades placed the artist at the avant-garde of discussions of changes to work in general.' (Introduction)

    2016
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Best Australian Poems 2017 Sarah Holland-Batt (editor), Carlton : Black Inc. , 2017 11466558 2017 anthology poetry

    'Award-winning poet, critic, editor and academic Sarah Holland-Batt takes the helm again as editor of this year’s Best Australian Poems. ' (Publication summary)

    Carlton : Black Inc. , 2017
    pg. 100-101
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Best Australian Poems 2017 Sarah Holland-Batt (editor), Carlton : Black Inc. , 2017 11466558 2017 anthology poetry

    'Award-winning poet, critic, editor and academic Sarah Holland-Batt takes the helm again as editor of this year’s Best Australian Poems. ' (Publication summary)

    Carlton : Black Inc. , 2017
    pg. 100-101
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