Retro-Future: Adapting a Medieval Process as a Means to Redefine Contemporary (Australian) Society

By Allan R. Mann.

Published by The Arts Collection

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Adapting traditional bestiary methodology that can be applied in a contemporary manner as a descriptor of society or identity.

Keywords: Bestiary, Identity, History, Culture

International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp.121-128. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.654MB).

Associate Prof. Allan R. Mann

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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