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Bellow all References relevant from ( Book, Articles, interviews ) I had sorted it according to keywords.. 

  • Relational Aesthetics

Bishop, C. (2004). Antagonism and Relational Aesthetics. 

keywords: Relational Aesthetics

relevance to my research lhooks at the Relational Aesthetics art movement, through the examples of works by Rirkrit Tiravanija, Bourriaud's mode of contemporary art.

Bourriaud, N. (2002). Relational aesthetics. Dijon: Les Presses du réel, 

artist's communication of his or her mission in public, space where the viewing population is not limited to the traditional art spectator, social context of the works, the people participating 

  • place, space, particopaint

Stout. M. (2008). P L AC E | PA R T I C I PAT I O N + CO N T E S T E D S PAC E 

  Places as a Social Construct, The Production of Space, The Planned Production of Space. Practices and everyday activities of users offer new potential for planners to create a meaningful, participatory and just place.

Doren Massy

Published on 02/01/2013 By Social Science Bites

Keywords: social space, place

relevance to my research: Massey, a geographer who investigated the concept of space (Edmonds, 2013), stated that "Space concerns our relations with each other and, in fact, social space, I would say, is a product of our relations with each other, our connections with each other". its the same point that I focused on which about creating a social space for the people in the society. 

  • hospitality, social spaces

'Deciphering Arab Hospitality: Identifying Key Characteristics and Concerns, in Timothy, D, Routledge Handbook on Middle East Tourism, London: Routledge. 

Ali, N. & Stephenson, M. (2018). 

Keywords: Arab Hospitality, social space and communities 

relevance to my research: Arab hospitality: pre-Islamic and Islamic attributes, private spaces of Arab hospitality and hospitality and inhospitality in social spaces. 


  • ​Food culture

Understanding Korean food culture from Korean paintings

​Keywords: cultural understanding, food culture, genre painting and Korean food culture.

This article focuses on the cultural characteristics of Korean food shown in renowned paintings in the Chosun dynasty from Kim Hong-Doh artwork, which find as results of painting analyes that Korean food is a symbol of power, which can be used to control people, shared their feelings and affections, Beside used as a medium to communicate with Gods. 


Although the genre paintings analyzed in this paper are limited to a particular era, they presented the Korean food culture has progressed distinctive cultural characteristics through more than 5,000 years of agricultural history.

This article related to my search that both focus on the food as a sample culture through the painting study. I think the painting analysis increases my understanding of how the food can perform strongly and go me back to thinking about the beginnings of the dates and its control as a portion of delicious and welcome food at the same time, which I can benefit from as evidence for my writing and my drawing.


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