Postproduction: culture as screenplay : how art reprograms the world
Post-Production is the most recent essay by French curator, art critic and writer Nicolas Bourriaud. Bourriaud examines the trend, since the early 1990s, in which an increasing number of artists interpret, reproduce, re-exhibit or use works produced by others, or available cultural products, as art. Post-Production responds to the chaos of global culture in the information age. Notions of originality and creation are blurred in this new cultural landscape.
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