Installation and performance

Littlefield, D. (2013) Installation and performance. In: Brooker, G. and Weinthal, L., eds. (2013) The Handbook of Interior Architecture and Design. Bloomsbury Publishing Plc. ISBN 9781847887450 Available from:

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This chapter addresses the ways in which spaces can be considered as frames for human occupancy - and, conversely, the ways in which the manner of occupancy can frame the space itself. Further, the chapter considers art, film and performance with reference to the idea of the frame.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information:This 5000-word chapter was commissioned by Graeme Brooker, of the University of Brighton, to be part of a multi-contributor book on interior design and interior architecture. The book comprises approximately 30 chapters, each written by an academic or practitioner internationally.
Uncontrolled Keywords:space, performance, installation, art, frame, view, occupancy
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Environment and Technology > Department of Architecture and the Built Environment
ID Code:17649
Deposited By: D. Littlefield
Deposited On:08 Nov 2012 13:53
Last Modified:17 Mar 2017 07:37

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