TEXTE ZUR KUNST #109
ART WITHOUT RULES


Edited by Isabelle Graw
Published by Texte zur Kunst
2018
17 x 23 cm
Softcover
English

Price: 84 lei


The March issue of Texte zur Kunst considers art’s relation to rules — or rather, the exceptions to them that art and its agents seem to claim. How can we speak of rules in the context of art, where transgressions are lauded even while traditional hierarchies (class, gender, race, sexuality) continue to assert their influence? And would we demand anything less of art than the promise of disobedience, rule breaking both in terms of formal restrictions and normative regulations? Therefore, in this issue we ask: by what rules does the art world play, and how are transgressions made visible/invisible therein?

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

- KATHARINA HAUSLADEN
MY, YOUR, OUR #METOO MOMENT / Human Megaphones and Their Bodies

- JOSEPHINE PRYDE
MEN OF THE LEFT

- CHRISTOPH MENKE
BEYOND AUTONOMY

- LUCY MCKENZIE
THEY STEAL YOUR WATCH AND THEN TELL YOU THE TIME

- HAL FOSTER
TRANSGRESSION & VIGILANCE

- COCO FUSCO
LEARNING THE RULES OF THE GAME

NEW DEVELOPMENT
- THE CORRUPT STATE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE / Clemens Apprich on Machine Learning and Bias

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