Acknowledgements Illustrations List Introduction Chapter 1 Enclosure Inside/Outside The Home and Self Minimalism and Phenomenology Enclosure, Myths and Phenomenology Homes, Transitional Spaces Wallpaper Michael Landy, Semi-detached Chapter 2 Doors and Windows Boundaries Post-war Breaks in the Wall - The Creative Everyday Doors and Windows - Formal Matters Doors - Document and Memory Windows and Doors - The Poetic Everyday Windows - Sight Denied Chapter 3 Female Space Background Women and Confinement Women Artists and Their Experiences Womanhouse Womanhouse - Decorative Techniques and Critical Debates Womanhouse - Female Roles After Womanhouse Chapter 4 Alienation Dada, Surrealism and Freud Domestic Objects Louise Bourgeois - Home and Memory Mona Hatoum - Exile and the Contemporary Uncanny Gregor Schneider - Unhomely Spaces Chapter 5 The Unmade House The Organic Home and the Ruin Establishment Power Art Outside the System Gordon Matta-Clark - Splitting Rachel Whiteread - the Personal and Political Steffi Klenz - Nummianus Chapter 6 Withdrawal Ilya Kabakov - Fantasy Spaces Childhood Dreams Adult Withdrawal - The Bed Shock Chapter 7 Objects, Sentiment and Memory Objects and Identity The Commonplace Display Vessels Perceived Value Notes Bibiography Index - yet to be done
*A perfect student text, relevant to a wide-range of disciplines. *Unique: the only up-to-date, single-authored book on the Home and contemporary art
Imogen Racz is Senior Lecturer at Coventry University. Her publications include Contemporary Crafts, (2009), as well as many articles related to sculpture and object-based art.