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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
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