URBAN MYTHS AND LEGENDS WITHIN CLOUDS OF NARRATIVE
                                                                           SASHA GRISHIN                            p.1    p.2   p.3  p.4  p.5  notes

Footnotes

1 Like Pablo Picasso, who also adopted his mother's maiden name, rather than his father's name Jose Ruiz Blasco, Peter Neilson's biography could easily become, target for oedipal readings. Born a Peter Neilson Dickie , Neilson changed his name to Peter Neilson in 1984.

2 Ronald W. Upton, burn 1937, is a Jungian-inspired sculptor who exhibited widely in Melbourne and at the Mildura Sculptural Triennials. Mach of his life he has devoted to teaching.

3 Bernard Smith et al., ''Antipodean Manifesto", in Bernard Smith, The Heath of the Artist as Hero, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1966, p. 166

4 Peter Neilson, taped interview with the author, Melbourne, 21 June 2002 The teem 'School of London' was coined h

5 R. B Kitaj in 1976 and referred to a group of artists who included Bacon, Freud, Auerbach, Kossoff, Andrews and Kitaj, see Alistair Hicks, The School of London, Phaidon Oxford, 1959, p. 12.

6 The work popularly known as the Dying Gaul is more accurately the Dying Trumpeter, c. 230-220 BC, and is known to as through a life-size Roman marble copy held at the Museo Capitolino in Rome based on the original bronze Hellenistic sculpture from Pergamon.

7 Peter Neilson, taped interview with the author, Melbourne, 21 June 2002

8 Catherine Lampert et al., Michael Andews: The delectable mountain, White Chapel Art Gallery London, 1991

9 Margaret Plant in Ursrrla Hoff and Margaret Plant (eds), National Gallery of Victoria Painting drawing sculpture, F. W. Cheshire, Melbourne, 1968, p. 152

10 Michael Andrews, Notes and perception, in X, no. 2, 1959, p.138

11 Lyotard was once , member of the Socialism ou Barbaric group who took their name from Rosa Luxemburg's essay, but who grew disillusioned with Stalin's corruption of international communism. Many of Lyotard's writings deal with the human condition within the epoch of late capitalism.

12 Jean-Francois Lyotard, The Postmodern Condition: A report on knowledge, translated by Geoff Bennington and Brian Massumi, Minnesota, 1984, pp xxiii

13 Peter Neilson, taped interview with the author, Melbourne, 21 June 2002

14 Jean - Francois Lyotard, The Postmodern Condition: A report on knowledge, translated by Geoff Bennington and Brian Massumi, Minnesota, 1984, pp. xxiv-xxv

15 Peter Neilson, taped interview new with the author, Melbourne, 21 June 2002