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Good critical review of Hito Steyerl’s ‘Drill’ at Armory “Conversely, despite the continual relevance of its subject matter, Drill never rises above the level of trite, blithe aestheticization. This is exemplified in the very Steyerl gesture of abstracting literal deaths – disproportionately non-white deaths – into brassy music”
Good critical review of Hito Steyerl’s ‘Drill’ at Armory “Conversely, despite the continual relevance of its subject matter, Drill never rises above the level of trite, blithe aestheticization. This is exemplified in the very Steyerl gesture of abstracting literal deaths – disproportionately non-white deaths – into brassy music”
Boris Groys, On Art Activism 2014: "…art activists react to the increasing collapse of the modern social state and try to replace the social state and the NGOs that for different reasons cannot or will not fulfill their role. Art activists do want to be useful, to change the world, to make the world a better place—but at the same time, they do not want to cease being artists." If Research Art is 'over', will the next thing be just doing regular person activism and politically engaged research not 'as' art, but just in addition to or instead of art? I support this lol
Boris Groys, On Art Activism 2014: "…art activists react to the increasing collapse of the modern social state and try to replace the social state and the NGOs that for different reasons cannot or will not fulfill their role. Art activists do want to be useful, to change the world, to make the world a better place—but at the same time, they do not want to cease being artists." If Research Art is 'over', will the next thing be just doing regular person activism and politically engaged research not 'as' art, but just in addition to or instead of art? I support this lol
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