Art and Engagement with the Cold War in Shetland

Roxane Permar, Susan Timmins

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Abstract

The article discusses an ongoing project based in the Shetland Islands situated to the north of mainland Scotland and Norway. Permar and Timmins investigate the ‘Cold War’ period; roughly between the end of World War II and the demise of the Soviet Union; i.e. the years 1946 to 1991. In reporting the project and presenting some of the artwork that was produced, the authors argue that ‘Art can stimulate debate, trigger collective memory and promote engagement with issues related to the Cold War that are unique to the populations of the northern and Arctic regions.’ Amultidisciplinary approach was taken to data collection that included, for example film, photography and interviews.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRelate North 2014: Engagement, Art and Representation
Subtitle of host publicationReview on Arctic Sustainable Art and Design
Place of PublicationRovaniemi, Finland
PublisherLapland University Press
Pages34-58
Number of pages25
ISBN (Print)9789523109896
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2014

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Shetland
Art
Cold War
Arctic
Second World War
Photography
Collective Memory
Artwork
Demise
Norway
Data Collection
Scotland
Trigger
Soviet Union

Keywords

  • Cold War
  • Shetland
  • Socially Engaged Art

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Permar, R., & Timmins, S. (2014). Art and Engagement with the Cold War in Shetland. In Relate North 2014: Engagement, Art and Representation: Review on Arctic Sustainable Art and Design (pp. 34-58). Rovaniemi, Finland: Lapland University Press.
Permar, Roxane ; Timmins, Susan. / Art and Engagement with the Cold War in Shetland. Relate North 2014: Engagement, Art and Representation: Review on Arctic Sustainable Art and Design. Rovaniemi, Finland : Lapland University Press, 2014. pp. 34-58
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Relate North 2014: Engagement, Art and Representation: Review on Arctic Sustainable Art and Design. Rovaniemi, Finland : Lapland University Press, 2014. p. 34-58.

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