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Title Museum of the world [videorecording] = Musee de Monde.

Published Australia : Tetra Media : Per Diem Films : Film Finance Corporation : Essential Viewing ; France : Arte France, c2006.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank DVD  DVD 2766  3 HR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY
 UniM Southbank DVD  DVD 2767  3 HR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY
Physical description 2 DVD-videos (PAL)(104 min.) : sd., col. with some b&w sequences ; 12 cm.
Notes Off-air recording of television programs broadcast on SBS Television on May 30 and June 6, 2008.
Disc characteristics: DVD Region Universal.
Contents Pt.1 Farewell primitive -- Pt.2 Songlines to the Seine.
Credits Directors, Michel Viotte, Julie Nimmo ; producers, Aline Jacques, Chris Hilton, Christine Le Goff ; writers, Michel Viotte, Steve Oliver
Performers Narrator, Deborah Mailman.
Summary "In May 2006 in Paris, Jaques Chirac opened the world's first museum to acknowledge the inherent artistic value of indigenous art works. For the first time what used to be referred to as primitive art, works found mostly until now in dusty natural history museums, have been given an ultra modern home in the Musee du Quai Branly, on the Seine adjacent to the Eiffel Tower. The first episode, Farewell Primitive, traces the evolution of western attitudes to non-western Indigenous cultures and Indigenous art. The second episode details the inspiration behind the Paris project. The Musee du Quai Branly's design was heavily influenced by architect Jean Nouvel's visits to Aboriginal Australia and key to the design was an interactive process of curating the work of eight individual artists from remote WA, Arnhem Land and suburban east coast cities."--edited from Enhance TV website.
Other author Viotte, Michel.
Nimmo, Julie.
Jacques, Aline.
Hilton, Chris.
Le Goff, Christine.
Mailman, Deborah, 1972-
Per Diem Films.
Film Finance Corporation Australia.
Essential Viewing (Firm)
Arte France.
SBS-TV.
Tetra Media (Firm)
Subject Musée du quai Branly.
Indigenous peoples.
Art, Primitive.
Ethnology.
Cultural property.
Art museums -- France -- Paris.
Art, Australian -- Aboriginal artists.
Art, Aboriginal Australian.
Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Influence.
Variant Title Musee de Monde