di'van Issue 12
d iˈv a n | A Journal of Accounts offers critical interpretations on contemporary art and culture, and its broader historical, socio-political, and theoretical contexts, from the greater Asia (Middle East, South/Southeast/East Asia and Asia-Pacific) regions which determine historical and current socio-cultural affinities with contemporary Australian art and society.
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Archival and bodily art in decolonial practices
Severe Clear, Part 1: On the phenomenology of a systemic crisis, from the Athens Biennale to documenta
Reframing the post-ʹ89 generation of Chinese artists in Australia
Hong Kong art historiographies and pitfalls of political desire
Heddaʹs camera: and ʹthe realʹ
Crossing the wire: Western contemporary war art in the interbellum
Published by DI'VAN ART JOURNAL (Alan Cruickshank) and UNSW Arts, Design & Architecture
Editor: Alan Cruickshank
Contributing Editor: Paul Gladston
Design: Alan Cruickshank
© Copyright 2022 Alan Cruickshank in conjunction with UNSW Arts, Design & Architecture, Sydney, the authors, and artists.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
Image: Taring Padi, 'People’s Justice', 2002. Courtesy the artists.