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Postproduction : culture as screenplay : how art reprograms the world

Author: Nicolas Bourriaud; Jeanine Herman; Caroline Schneider
Publisher: New York : Lukas & Sternberg, ©2002.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bourriaud, Nicolas.
Postproduction.
New York : Lukas & Sternberg, ©2002
(OCoLC)760370645
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicolas Bourriaud; Jeanine Herman; Caroline Schneider
ISBN: 0971119309 9780971119307 0974568899 9780974568898
OCLC Number: 224720888
Description: 96 pages ; 17 cm
Contents: Introduction --
The use of objects :- The use of the product from Marcel Duchamp to Jeff Koons ; The flea market: the dominant art form of the nineties --
The use of forms :- Deejaying and contemporary art: similar configurations ; When screenplays become form: a user's guide to the world --
The use of the world :- Playing the world: reprogramming social forms ; Hacking, work, and free time --
How to inhabit global culture (aesthetics after MP3).
Responsibility: Nicolas Bourriaud ; [editor, Caroline Schneider ; translation, Jeanine Herman].

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