About the Book
This book investigates the possible origins of relational art by looking back at Conceptual art, Fluxus, Situationist International and other forms of participatory art.
Economy Arbiscuit likes to question the term 'art' and the perceptions of the hierarchy in the art world. Producing works that can be slotted into the 'relational' genre she is often met with the question of "why is this art?" She feels that it is more relevant for it to be proved as not being art, after all art is subjective and no one has a greater opinion of what is valid as art than you as the viewer.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art
5×8 in, 13×20 cm
- Publish Date Jul 07, 2010
- Tags art encounters, simon o'sullivan, situatioist international, Relational Aesthetics, group material, sol lewitt, alexi monroe, zoran popovic, transnacionala, IRWIN, nsk, gillick, deluze, guattari, barthes, ono, yoko, gonzales-torres, rirkrit, tirivanija, bourriaud, interactive, fluxus, CONCEPTUALISM, relationaISM, hopper, pollock, participation, contemporary, debord, deller, kaprow