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  1. De la matérialité du sens

    ... 2 : of no substantial consequence : UNIMPORTANT Net-art is expanding exponentially. Are these objects? Material or immaterial? ... form will inevitably arise to redefine our relation to language. By expanding the capabilities and potential trajectories of language, ...

    Marie-Hélène - 01/31/2011 - 15:23

  2. Dossier | Which Interactions in Contemporary Art?

    ... Actions Which Interactions in Contemporary Art? By Yaël Kreplak A Linguistic Elucidation Although the ... the artist because he or she is not present. I employ the language paradigm metaphorically here, of course, but I would like to avoid ...

    jeremi - 10/22/2014 - 16:28

  3. Dossier | Flirting with Death: Dispatches along 19th to 21st century Painting

    ... evermore the dominant commodity for commercial galleries, art fairs, and auctions. Of the ten top-selling artists at auctions worldwide, ... operating in a dead medium. Australian philosopher of language David Chalmers puts this issue in perspective with his “zombie ...

    Abonnement - 03/31/2020 - 10:34

  4. MASS - bloom explorations, recoil performance group, Overgaden Institut for Samtidskunst and Dansehallerne

    ... future. We are at Overgaden, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen, who is presenting MASS - bloom explorations , an ... it fosters, notably through the contortions and widening of language (2) that makes it possible to imagine the unthinkable. Ethical ...

    Catherine - 10/17/2018 - 16:01

  5. MASS - bloom explorations, recoil performance group, Overgaden Institut for Samtidskunst and Dansehallerne

    ... future. We are at Overgaden, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen, who is presenting MASS - bloom explorations , an ... it fosters, notably through the contortions and widening of language (2) that makes it possible to imagine the unthinkable. Ethical ...

    Catherine - 10/17/2018 - 15:52

  6. What Does Democracy Look Like?, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago

    ... messages for social media platforms, thus demonstrating how language can be weaponized and used to create social division. Chambliss’s ... that ambiguously flickers between straight documentary and art is a privileged medium in the context social commentary. Photo ...

    Catherine - 01/11/2021 - 16:09

  7. What Does Democracy Look Like?, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago

    ... messages for social media platforms, thus demonstrating how language can be weaponized and used to create social division. Chambliss’s ... that ambiguously flickers between straight documentary and art is a privileged medium in the context social commentary. Photo ...

    Catherine - 01/11/2021 - 16:08

  8. Dossier | Pre-demolition Art as a Staging of Power-free Relations

    ... Brown Pre-demolition Art as a Staging of Power-free Relations By Andrea Williamson There are ... leave only a trace of spectral and phantom, existing beyond language and the individual and hence beyond commodification. To gauge the ...

    Abonnement - 06/18/2020 - 13:43

  9. Dossier | Exhibition➁: What Makes an Exhibition Within an Exhibition?

    ... 2011, vue d’installation | installation view, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. Photo : Richard-Max Tremblay ... 1931 for the Austrian pianist Paul Wittgenstein, brother of language philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. 3. Exhibition as Exhibition ...

    Abonnement - 05/04/2020 - 11:39

  10. Dossier | Letter on the Present

    ... this issue of the evolutionary seems highly topical in art practices. I’m thinking, among others, of Claire Savoie, whose ... through “posts.” She has learned the various forms of language of the “information society” in which the present is ubiquitous. ...

    Abonnement - 04/17/2020 - 12:02

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