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Metronome No. 11 - What is to be done? Tokyo

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Metronome No. 11 - What is to be done? Tokyo

"Produced in Tokyo over a period of one year, Metronome No.11 questions mobility and translation in art and asks: what might the future faculties of knowledge for a new independent art school be? It investigates the conditions for autonomous dynamics of research and production in art and science, and looks at the constitution of self-formed or proto-institutions in relationship to local contexts and activist education. Metronome questions their back-stage presence in the contemporary art world and their resistance to growth and expansion in a time where visibility constitutes the dominant horizon for most art practices and projects.

Metronome No.11 rethinks intellectual exchange and shared investments in art, new modalities of teamwork, conversations, think-tanks and symposia."

Fine condition.

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Author(s):
Deliss, Clementine
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2007
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
499
Publisher:
Metronome Press

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Metronome No. 11 - What is to be done? Tokyo

"Produced in Tokyo over a period of one year, Metronome No.11 questions mobility and translation in art and asks: what might the future faculties of knowledge for a new independent art school be? It investigates the conditions for autonomous dynamics of research and production in art and science, and looks at the constitution of self-formed or proto-institutions in relationship to local contexts and activist education. Metronome questions their back-stage presence in the contemporary art world and their resistance to growth and expansion in a time where visibility constitutes the dominant horizon for most art practices and projects.

Metronome No.11 rethinks intellectual exchange and shared investments in art, new modalities of teamwork, conversations, think-tanks and symposia."

Fine condition.

Author(s):
Deliss, Clementine
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2007
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
499
Publisher:
Metronome Press

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