Retro-Future: Adapting a Medieval Process as a Means to Redefine Contemporary (Australian) Society
Adapting traditional bestiary methodology that can be applied in a contemporary manner as a descriptor of society or identity.
||Bestiary, Identity, History, Culture
International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp.121-128.
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Allan Mann studied at Glasgow School of Art, Scotland and later at La Trobe University Australia.
His career in higher education began at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (Dundee University) prior to emigrating to Australia in the mid-1970's, where he has lectured in visual art at the University of Southern Queensland (D.D.I.A.E.) Queensland; Charles Sturt University (R.I.A.E.) NSW and currently in Victoria at the University of Ballarat's Arts Academy, where he co-ordinates the Honours and Graduate programmes.
His research interests include Australian regional print collections; Artist Books and animals and creatures in print.
He has exhibited widely and published both conference papers and journal articles.
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