Monthly Archives: March 2012

Mission Statement

To clarify, my main aim in seeking out the Art of Utopia is to try to alter common beliefs rather than the physical world itself. The path to utopia thus being a journey from within. It is this very journey … Continue reading

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Steve Lambert

Fellow Practitioner.. http://visitsteve.com/

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Nomadic Utopianism…

Here is a small excerpt from David Bells Blog (University of Nottingham). David is studying at PHD level and has entitled his blog Nomadic Utopianism ‘fail again, fail better’ . This title alone hints we may share common viewpoints. We … Continue reading

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Utopian Studies society

http://www.utopianstudieseurope.org/ Including reference, Nicole Pohl (2010) article on Craftism and Utopianism.

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More’s Utopia/Books/ relevant theory v’s my arguments..

Ordered…  Thomas More’s Utopia. Utopian Literature (Cliffs Notes) (Paperback) by Harold Martin Priest. I now probably have enough relevant literature to take me through into the next academic year!? Feel I should run somewhat with what I have now, and certainly … Continue reading

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Utopia & Contempo​rary Art by Christian Gether

And another very relevant text indeed, covering artists working directly within the theme of utopia or even working towards utopian visions. Covering the last decade whereby there appears to have been much renewed yet altered interest in the subject. Olafur … Continue reading

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* Utopia limited: The sixties and the emergence of the postmodern (post contemporary interventions). marian Dekoven.

Awaiting delivery. Especially looking forward to this as very interested in the 60’s movement, a phenomenal time for creative cultures.. A time, no doubt, rich with utopian ideals and outlooks. Hopefully another key text into my enquiries..

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