Keith Oliver: Private Spaces - Public Views IV: Industry and the Garden

March 12 - April, 1991

"Oliver's dominant theme is the assertion of the individualized private selfin opposition to the dehumanized, alientated environment resulting from the industrialization of late capitalism. Meaning, order and identity derive from the self, symbolized by the garden, which because it is structure by human creativity stands for the individual's power tomaintain organization, i.e. a view. Creativity legitimizes the claims of the private." Marian Yeo

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