|Location||Collection||Call number||Status||Date due|
|Sección General||CRITICA E||7.01 FIN --||Available|
Contiene: Introduction: A Fine Red Line . -- Is curating caring? / John Stezaker . -- Does 'community' objectify? / Emily Jacir, Louisa Adam Does new media mean new democracy? / Guillaume Paris, Haizea Barcenilla in collaboration with Raymond Taudin Chabot . -- What fiction? / Rosa Barba, David Maljkovic . -- Where does performance start and end? / Mario Garcia Torres, Caterina Riva . -- A single code of ethics for a global art system? / Alexandre Singh, Christine Kunze Takegny . -- Do community art projects provoke change? / Jeffrey Vallance, Stephanie Sykes in collaboration with Tarek Zaki and Marlena Kudlicka . -- Is curating still caring? / Steven Claydon, Cally Spooner . -- Is there a new mysticism in the art assemblage? / Carol Bove, Stephanie Bertrand, AA Bronson
"A Fine Red Line is a curatorial miscellany, a collection of visual and written contributions by a number of contemporary artists amd emerging curators. The contributions correspond to nine questions formulated by the editors which define the sections of the book. Is curating caring? Does 'community' objectify? Does new media mean new democracy? What fiction? Where does performance start and end? A single code of ethics for a global art system? Do community art projects provoke change? Is there a new mysticism in the art assemblage? Is curating still caring?."
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