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In situ Art exhibitions as a support of a sustainable development policy in the post-industrial areas and new regional territories?

Abstract : Deceleration of industry have disturbed the ecologic industrial system composed by the influence of the primary industries upon landscapes, human relations and way of life. This phenomenon has triggered in the post-industrial contest new relation ships toward the notion of "time", "space" and "social relations". The purpose of this paper is to show how art and globally curatoring can be considered as a tool of sustainable government in new territories.
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Virginie Gannac. In situ Art exhibitions as a support of a sustainable development policy in the post-industrial areas and new regional territories?. In International Conference of Territorial Intelligence, Besançon 2008., Oct 2008, Besançon, France. pp.10. ⟨halshs-00516384⟩

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