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Unsitely aesthetics : uncertain practices in contemporary art

Author: Maria Miranda, (Artist)
Publisher: Berlin ; Los Angeles : Errant Bodies Press ; New York : Distributed by DAP, 2013.
Series: Surface tension., Supplement ;, no. 6.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In the last 10 years we have experienced a seismic shift in media culture, as the social media revolution of the noughties has brought vastly expanded networking, mobility and connection. This shift has significantly altered the making of art as well as the ways that audiences engage with art. Unsitely Aesthetics seeks to describe and understand these changes in art production and its accompanying new aesthetics,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maria Miranda, (Artist)
ISBN: 098274398X 9780982743980
OCLC Number: 822894720
Description: 310 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface --
In the beginning --
Chapter 1. Unsitely aesthetics --
Chapter 2. Network culture & mediated public space --
Chapter 3. Site of unsitely --
Chapter 4. Present in the past --
Epilogue --
Notes --
References --
In conversation with artists: An introduction --
In Conversation: Kanarinka with Natalie Loveless --
Igor Stromajer with Norie Neumark --
Hugh Davies with Linda Carroli --
Artists from the exhibition Mixed Realities with JoAnne Green and Helen Thorington --
Brooke Singer with Renate Ferro --
Deborah Kelly with Bec Dean --
Barbara Campbell with Norie Neumark --
Yao Jui-Chung with Timothy Murray --
Lucas Ihlein with Teri Hoskin --
Darren Tofts: Possible rendevous --
Art as accident in urban spaces --
Melbourne/Rome.
Series Title: Surface tension., Supplement ;, no. 6.
Responsibility: Maria Miranda.

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In the last 10 years we have experienced a seismic shift in media culture, as the social media revolution of the noughties has brought vastly expanded networking, mobility and connection. This shift has significantly altered the making of art as well as the ways that audiences engage with art. Unsitely Aesthetics seeks to describe and understand these changes in art production and its accompanying new aesthetics, coining the term "unsitely" to point to the dispersed way that many artists are now making work across the networks both online and offline.

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