Bourriaud writes that the journey-form provides an iconography of global displacement. This can be clearly linked to my research. The global displacement is linked to multiplication which can be seen on the Internet: “Simply browsing the Internet in search of information, one gets a glimpse of this imaginary empire of the multiple. 286 more words
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Featured in Bourriaud’s chapter is Huyghe’s series, created from an expedition and its preparations. It’s based on a rumour that an albino penguin had been born in Antarctica as a result of global warming. 62 more words
Reading Bourriaud’s text I can see elements that relate to my practice.
The journey form is everywhere in today’s art. Artists borrow: its forms (journeys, expeditions, maps), iconography (virgin territory, jungles, deserts), and its methods (anthopologist, archaeologist, explorer). 219 more words
The Radicant, The Journey-Form (2): Topology chapter:
The journey has become an art form in its own right partly because of globalisation, the democratisation of tourism and travel, and the emergence of the computer screen in everyday life, especially with the internet (web surfing and hypertext links) – “the web has produced specific practices that affect our modes of thought and representation” and is characterised by “the simultaneous presence of heterogeneous surfaces, which the user links by charting a course or by random exploration” either searching purposefully or surfing (like flânerie or a dérive). 234 more words
The focus of and the most crucial thing in the Final Major Project is that I create a route map through Altermodernism and Psychogeography.
My position seems to be at the intersection and the interrelation between local and global, regionalism and globalism, the Altermodern and Psychogeographic. 96 more words