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Título: Thinking outside the label "Aboriginal"
Autor: Rocha, Maria Inês do Vale, 1981-
Orientador: Dias, José António Fernandes, 1947-
Palavras-chave: Arte contemporânea
Arte aborigene - Austrália
Data de Defesa: 2012
Resumo: This thesis aims to uncover what subsists under a society that sees itself as a peaceful and prospectful one - the Australian. The series of conflicts, focused on a specific group of inhabitants, targeted with racists and oppressive politics, had it start in the beginning of Australia’s colonization and persisted until the end of the 20th century. These have transformed a peaceful population into one of the most vindictive and battler ones that have been fighting for their equal rights in society, politics and culture. Through their perseverance in sharing their culture with the “other” they were able to secure a prominent place in a society that had excluded them. We are now facing a country’s story been rewritten as a consequence of the actions of a population that refused to stay in the shadow of a country which politics they did not agree. Nowadays the art presented by these aboriginal artists is reputed as one of the most critical, conscientious and vindictive inside the Australian art field. It offers a critic discursive platform that debates the incongruities that are affecting not only the aborigines’ populations but also the entire country. It is considered not only as the most successful artistic movement in Australia, but also what Australian art has always aspired to be
Descrição: Tese de mestrado, Estudos curatoriais, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2013
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/11674
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