Futurology: Issues, contexts and conditions for contemporary art practice today

Andy Hewitt, Mel Jordan

Research output: Book/ReportBookpeer-review


The Futurology project (exhibition and book) focuses on the theme of regeneration and explores creativity in relation to issues of social change. It investigates what the economic, social and political landscape might look like for the next generation of Black Country citizens. The project facilitated a platform for artists to discuss key issues; participation, collaboration, authorship, artist as educator, and social and cultural division. The project was supported by New Art Gallery Walsall, Creative Partnerships, Walsall Council, Arts Council West Midlands, Black Country Tourism.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWalsall
PublisherNew Art Gallery Walsall
Number of pages123
ISBN (Print)9780946652822
Publication statusPublished - 4 Sep 2008


  • Culture-led regeneration, participation, authorship, education, cultural division


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