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More Than Real: Art in the Digital Age

Date
2019
Publisher
WALTHER KÖNIG, KÖLN
Format
Anthologies
Size
11 × 21 × 2 cm
Length
240 p
Genre
Theory
Description

Designed by Irma Boom, this second volume in the Summit publication series gathers insights from the 2018 Verbier Art Summit in Switzerland, on the topic of art in the digital age, delivered by a wide range of curators, authors, artists and critics. The contributions—by Karen Archey, Ed Atkins, Lars Bang Larsen, Douglas Coupland, Olafur Eliasson, Pamela Rosenkranz, John Slyce, Dado Valentic, Paul F.M.J. Verschure, Jochen Volz and Anicka Yi—address such questions as the preservation of time-based media in museums; the concept of “biofiction”; “loss and the digital”; the body and technology; Amazon; the intersection of science and art; and virtual reality.

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