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Where Art Belongs

Artist
Chris Kraus
Price
$19.95
Date
2011
Publisher
Semiotext(e)
Details
Softcover
ISBN
9781584350989
Size
11.5 × 17.7 × 1.3 cm
Length
175 pp
Genre
Arts Writing
Description

Moving from New York to Berlin to Los Angeles to the Pueblo Nuevo barrio of Mexicali, Kraus addresses such subjects as the ubiquity of video, the legacy of the 1960s Amsterdam underground newspaper Suck, and the activities of the New York art collective Bernadette Corporation. She examines the uses of boredom, poetry, privatized prisons, community art, corporate philanthropy, vertically integrated manufacturing, and discarded utopias, revealing the surprising persistence of microcultures within the matrix.

Chronicling the sometimes doomed but persistently heroic efforts of small groups of artists to reclaim public space and time, Where Art Belongs describes the trend towards collectivity manifested in the visual art world during the past decade, and the small forms of resistance to digital disembodiment and the hegemony of the entertainment/media/culture industry. For all its faults, Kraus argues, the art world remains the last frontier for the desire to live differently.

Softcover, perfect-bound, b&w

January 2011

ISBN: 978-1-584-35098-9

  1. Where Art Belongs
 

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