This paper traces the transition in thinking as informed by the response to materials and a changing awareness of the responsibility and role of the artist. Ideas that have informed this way of rethinking practice include observations of the emergence of international grass roots initiatives such as mentioned above and the writings of Architect William McDonough, Chemist Michael Braungart, Academic Glenn Adamson, Emeritus Professor of Contemporary Art and Critical Theory Howard Risatti, Sociologist Richard Sennett, Environmentalists Rick Smith and Bruce Lourie, Academic and Activist Raj Patel and Academic Philosopher Michael Crawford. This paper addresses practice as thinking and thinking as practice. [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]
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