This book is developed from the earlier symposium themed 'Active Withdrawal - Weak Institutionalism and the Institutionalization of Art Practice' held during the exhibition 'One Step Forward, Two Steps Back - Us and Institution, Us as Institution' at Times Museum, Guangzhou from June to August 2013. It is part of the 'para-curatorial series' by the Museum. The book begins with a discussion of the limitations of institutional critique, then talks about how institutional values could be upheld in curatorial practice.

Alternative title

Wu wei er wei: ji zhi pi pan de sheng yu si

Access level

Onsite

Location code REF.CYQ2
Language

Chinese - Simplified

Publication/Creation date

2014

No of pages

295

ISBN / ISSN

9787543959378

No of copies

2

Content type

anthology, 

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Chapter headings
前言 - Biljana CIRIC
是時候聯合行動了﹗ — 一場關於歐洲藝術機制現狀的討論 - Lisa ROSENDAHL

跨界建制的「全體才智」

- Pelin TAN
泰國當代藝術中的魅力與無為 - David TEH
自我組織 — 東南亞新機構主義的表現形式 - Alia SWASTIKA
我從未答應給你個先鋒派:有關塞爾維亞機制批判歷史的草稿 - Maja CIRIC
自治的悖論:一個批判的場域 - Nikita Yingqian CAI, 蔡影茜

「銀座藝術漫步﹙Ginburart﹚」:脫離機構的機制批判

- Reuben KEEHAN

重造政治「自覺」的創作和策展

- LIU Ding, 劉鼎, Carol Yinghua LU, 盧迎華
檔案作為政行為 — 書寫藝術史細微之處見精神 - Lina DZUVEROVIC

中國﹙藝術﹚機制的建立與藝術家的「無為而為」策略

- Biljana CIRIC
機構的生命與愛 - Beirut
之中 - Maria LIND
反身自觀與藝術家駐地交流 - Natasa PETRESIN-BACHELEZ
以小見大 — 小型展覽、創作、教育淺談德國項目空間和藝術協會 - Kathrin MEYER
偏離中心作為機制批判 - Judy Freya SIBAYAN
日常之為審美行動 - Elena FILIPOVIC
新斯洛文尼亞博物館 ﹙Neues Slowenisches Museum﹚ 機制批判與機制製造 - Zdenka BADOVINAC
欲望與形式 — 國際藝術活動和藝術立場 - Angela HARUTYUNYAN
Active Withdrawals: Life and Death of Institutional Critique (Simplified Chinese Version)
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