Publishing as artistic practice (Book, 2016) [WorldCat.org]
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Named Person: Tadej Pogačar
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Annette Gilbert; Hannes Bajohr; et al
ISBN: 9783956791772 3956791770
OCLC Number: 965927776
Notes: "What does it mean to publish today? In the face of a changing media landscape, institutional upheavals, and discursive shifts in the legal, artistic, and political fields, concepts of ownership, authorship, work, accessibility, and publicity are being renegotiated. The field of publishing not only stands at the intersection of these developments but is also introducing new ruptures. How the traditional publishing framework has been cast adrift, and which opportunities are surfacing in its stead, is discussed here by artists, publishers, and scholars through the examination of recent publishing concepts emerging from the experimental literature and art scene, where publishing is often part of an encompassing artistic practice. The number and diversity of projects among the artists, writers, and publishers concerned with these matters show that it is time to move the question of publishing from the margin to the center of aesthetic and academic discourse." --> s spletne str. založnika.
Avtorji besedil: Hannes Bajohr, Paul Benzon, K. Antranik Cassem, Bernhard Cella, Annette Gilbert, Hanna Kuusela, Antoine Lefebvre, Matt Longabucco, Alessandro Ludovico, Lucas W. Melkane, Anne Moeglin-Delcroix, Aurélie Noury, Valentina Parisi, Michalis Pichler, Anna-Sophie Springer, Alexander Starre, Nick Thurston, Rachel Valinsky, Eva Weinmayr, Vadim Zakharov.
Description: 304 str. : ilustr. ; 24 cm.
Responsibility: ed. Annette Gilbert ; [texts Hannes Bajohr ... [et al.] ; translations Shane Anderson ... et al.].

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