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ART 221 - Time: Home
Resources for time installation projects
Are you looking to learn more about time as a concept?
Consider using Library Search to locate books discussing Time as a philosophical, social, sociological, cultural concept. Please see some examples of the books below:
The Memory of Time by National Gallery of Art (U.S.) Staff (Contribution by); Sarah Greenough; Sarah Kennel (Contribution by); Leslie Ureña (Contribution by); Diane Waggoner (Contribution by); Andrea Nelson
Publication Date: 2015-05-19
0 to 60: The Experience of Time Through Contemporary Art by North Carolina Museum of Art Staff (Contribution by); Penland School of Crafts Staff (Contribution by)
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Try searching Library Search ( located on the library home page) on your artist's name and limiting your search results to:
books for background information
magazines to read reviews of the artist's works
academic journals to read an in-depth analysis of the artist's creativity
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