Thanks to the contributions of a selected group of artists, writers, curators, and scholars this publication strives to demonstrate that literature, when treated by visual artists, can take place well beyond the space of the book.
In addition to the project’s online platform and exhibitions, the book contains essays and visual contributions that present aesthetic and ethical approaches to the handling of resources, while challenging the assumption of late capitalism that the planet’s materials are primarily for human consumption.
With glimpses of the artists’ overlapping experiences, networks, and friendships, this catalogue makes a unique contribution to a critical reading not only of art of that time and place, but also of nascent contemporary Chinese art in the advent of the globalization of the art world.
ESSAYS ON. AL LA N K A P R O Essays On The Blurring Of Art And Life Kaprow W. Edited by Jeff Kelley. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS. BERKELEY LOS AN GELES LONDON
Essays on the Blurring of Art and Life.
In the late 1950s, Kaprow coined the word "happenings" to describe the performance pieces Essays On The Blurring Of Art And Life Kaprow that approximated in art the unpredictability of everyday life. In this
Essays in the Blurring of Art and Life.
It features Korean actors reenacting , a little-known documentary of a “conflict resolution therapy session” held by American psychologist Carl Rogers in the early 1970s with a group of individuals from various political and socioeconomic backgrounds in Northern Ireland.
2003); Jeremy carry on the modernist call to blur art and life.
Recounting a partial history of our relation with matter, the eponymous exhibition at Museu Coleção Berardo (May 4–August 21, 2016) explored how the crossover between cosmological narratives, spatial revolutions of concrete poetry, and hypertextual and territorial fictions might impact our understanding of human agency in a time that calls for action on climate change and technocratic policies.