Echoing Exhibition Views

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Echoing Exhibition Views

Author : A. R. Practice
ISBN : 9493148238
Genre : Art
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When the exhibition enters the digital realm, as it is increasingly happening now when the display of art and culture can be enjoyed individually behind screens, then how does the exhibition view diffuse optically, technically, and culturally? And how does this transformation echo the new understanding of subjectivity?00'Echoing Exhibition Views. Subjectivity in Post-Digital Times' explores the different medialities and intersubjective shifts that follow the moment of seeing a physical exhibition today. It takes the digitized exhibition view as starting point for artistic and theoretic reflections on post-digital culture, hyperreality and its relation to subjectivity. Focusing on the transformative potential of the exhibition as circulating view, this publication asks how it transfers again into a subjective mode of perspective through the artistic lens. So what is at stake when an exhibition circulates as a digital view? And how does its digital presence in turn affect and transform the subjective experience of seeing a physical exhibition?00With images from João Enxuto & Erica Love, Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff, New Noveta/Yair Oelbaum, SANY, Hannah Stiegeler, Jasmin Werner, and Jonas Paul Willisch, as well as texts by Melanie Bühler, Erika Landström, and Agnieszka Roguski, this publication gathers artists, curators and writers that frame these questions through a variety of practices and media. It thus addresses a self-reflexive and critical approach on medium and format?understanding the exhibition as a fluid and diverse view.
Category: Art

Learning From Madness

Author : Kaira M. Cabañas
ISBN : 9780226556284
Genre : Art
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Throughout the history of European modernism, philosophers and artists have been fascinated by madness. Something different happened in Brazil, however, with the "art of the insane" that flourished within the modernist movements there. From the 1920s to the 1960s, the direction and creation of art by the mentally ill was actively encouraged by prominent figures in both medicine and art criticism, which led to a much wider appreciation among the curators of major institutions of modern art in Brazil, where pieces are included in important exhibitions and collections. Kaira M. Cabañas shows that at the center of this advocacy stood such significant proponents as psychiatrists Osório César and Nise da Silveira, who championed treatments that included painting and drawing studios; and the art critic Mário Pedrosa, who penned Gestaltist theses on aesthetic response. Cabañas examines the lasting influence of this unique era of Brazilian modernism, and how the afterlife of this "outsider art" continues to raise important questions. How do we respect the experiences of the mad as their work is viewed through the lens of global art? Why is this art reappearing now that definitions of global contemporary art are being contested? Learning from Madness offers an invigorating series of case studies that track the parallels between psychiatric patients' work in Western Europe and its reception by influential artists there, to an analogous but altogether distinct situation in Brazil.
Category: Art

A New Exhibition

Author : Great exhibition, 1851
ISBN : OXFORD:600071126
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The Sixties Art Scene In London

Author : David Mellor
ISBN : UOM:39015026981400
Genre : Art
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Published to accompany exhibition held at the Barbican Art Gallery, London, 11/3 - 13/6 1993.
Category: Art

Lantern Journeys

Author : Edward Livingston Wilson
ISBN : HARVARD:HN1MQF
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Museums Journal

Author : Elijah Howarth
ISBN : UOM:39015028677857
Genre : Museums
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"Indexes to papers read before the Museums Association, 1890-1909. Comp. by Charles Madeley": v. 9, p. 427-452.
Category: Museums

The Great Exhibition

Author : John R. Davis
ISBN : STANFORD:36105024883568
Genre : History
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The Great Exhibition of 1851 was the world's first international exposition of manufactured goods, inventions, works of art and artefacts from many cultures. A showcase of British manufacturing supremacy, an educational extravaganza, a lesson to foreigners and a deep source of public fascination, the Exhibition was closely connected with Queen Victoria's consort, Prince Albert, who put much effort into having it sited in Hyde Park against stiff opposition. Protesters feared the disappearance of the park under tons of bricks and mortar, but when the great structure was eventually chosen and built, it silenced dissenters and became the most famous new building in the world.
Category: History

Arizona Wildlife Views

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ISBN : WISC:89050701663
Genre : Wildlife conservation
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Category: Wildlife conservation

Fraser S Magazine

Author : James Anthony Froude
ISBN : UIUC:30112118704466
Genre : Authors
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Flash Art

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ISBN : UCSD:31822034344390
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The Artist

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ISBN : PSU:000068338664
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Category: Art

Australian Book Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015066165435
Genre : Australian literature
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Category: Australian literature

The Oxford American Desk Thesaurus

Author : Christine A. Lindberg
ISBN : UOM:39015043760605
Genre : Reference
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Lists synonyms and related words for hundreds of entries
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George D Valentine

Author : Ken Hall
ISBN : UOM:39015062603181
Genre : Photographers
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In 1885 George D. Valentine photographed a series of images of the Pink and White Terraces at Rotomahana, at the time hailed as on of the scenic wonders of the world. The following year the Terraces were destroyed by the Mt Tarawera eruption, and Valentine returned to record the transformation in the landscape. These images, along with his photographs of other areas of New Zealand and the South Sea Islands, create one of the most remarkable bodies of photographs from colonial New Zealand.
Category: Photographers