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When I was first assigned a project of relational art as part of my graduate poetics seminar in art, technology and practice, I noticed a near-immediate surge of ― not misgivings, per se, but definite resistance — to creating an art project that falls under the “really cool/weird/interesting/unexpected social experiment” umbrella. 1,390 more words
Hello readers and lovers of the Arts!
Today I ponder the question proposed by someone with regard to the meaning of how as Artists, we perceive this so-called Post painting, Post-Post Modern time period. 995 more words
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