Concepts on the Move

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Annette W. Balkema, Henk Slager
Rodopi, 2002 - Art - 197 pages
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In order to give an impetus to the production of an apparatus of aesthetic concepts, in line with Deleuze and Guattari's claim to create new concepts for a changing world, this volume publishes statements and discussions of ten Concept on the Move workshops, as well as texts and discussions of the concluding Concept on the Move symposium. The integral outcome of the workshops, the symposium and the discussions does not, however, present some sort of blueprint for the future of visual art and aesthetics. If one wished to designate the Concepts on the Move publication in one notion at all that definitively could only be TOOLKIT. A TOOKIT in the sense of a great collection of ideas, topics, issues, notions, and concepts emerging in the 21st-century world of visual art and theory. They indeed could serve as an impetus for the construction and production of a body of theoretical work fit to understand today's technological, theoretical, and artistic developments in the art world. Are concepts on the move? Yes, they are, and they always will be on the great journey visual art takes them.
 

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Contents

Annette W Balkema and Henk Slager Prologue
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ANTWERP Prolegomena Bart de Baere Patricia
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KARLSRUHE Immaterial Communication Ursula Frohne
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68_LJUBLJANA Information Strategies Minerva Cuevas
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81_LONDON Aesthetics of the Seamless Norman Bryson Mark
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MAASTRICHT Institution and Research Nadezda
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NEW YORK Cultural Conditions Benjamin H D Buchloh
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111_OSLO Artistic Language Games Doris Frohnapfel Stian
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PARIS Collaboration JeanFrançois Chevrier Hou Hanru
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VENICE Curatorial Strategies Annette W Balkema
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Daniel Birnbaum Thierry De Duve AnneMarie Duguet
155
PARTICIPANTS
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