Controverses autour de la patrimonialisation de l'art aborigène. Des performances d'artistes urbains comme réponse

Abstract : The many styles and techniques of Aboriginal art have been very effectively highlighted by Australian cultural institutions in recent years. However, policies to support artistic creation have, paradoxically, masked continued racism and discrimination towards the Aboriginal population. Artists working in Australia's cities and trained in its universities have adopted strategies to keep control over the way their own works are represented and to launch debates about the processes whereby their Aboriginal culture is designated as heritage. This article discusses ways in which they are involved in this Australian culture industry.
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Géraldine Le Roux. Controverses autour de la patrimonialisation de l'art aborigène. Des performances d'artistes urbains comme réponse. Hermès, La Revue- Cognition, communication, politique, CNRS-Editions, 2013, pp.179-184. ⟨halshs-00924497⟩

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