In recent decades, art has taken a decisively open-ended and often interactive approach to interpretation and the role of the viewer. Artists, and indeed audiences, are seeking a more relational, collective experience, which many argue stems from drastic changes in technology global economics and our concept of community.
When you first start your research for an assignment, start broad. Get a feel for the topic by reading widely.
The following broad Google search returned a number of interesting results. Notice the use of key terms taken from your topic. See below for links to 3 useful results.
GOOGLE SEARCH: "robert bradford" art "three dimensional" gallery -pinterest site:org
Using quotation marks around a group of words will return results with that exact phrase.
Including the minus sign directly before the word will eliminate that word from the results.
Including site:org will return results from only .org sites.
This search resulted in some useful results including this one:
Time - Art Movement, Social/Politic/Cultural/Economics of the period
Title of Works
NDI Gallery - scroll through Robert Bradford's works and their titles.
About the Artist
Social Media Presence
This video is an in-depth study on the Australian Environmental Artist John Dahlsen's visual art practice. It was shown on National Television on the ABC arts show. Explanation of “environmental artist”.