This publication emerges from the lecture series took place between October 2003 and March 2004 at the University of the West of England in Bristol. This book is based on transcripts of the lectures and includes additional existing and newly commissioned material.

'Contemporary Art: From Studio to Situation describes the shift in focus that has taken place in much contemporary art practice in the last decade. From the notion of relational aesthetics to the concerns of site-specificity, this book provides a new critical investigation into the production and curation of contemporary art. Including reprints of seminal texts alongside new essays, interviews and case studies by leading international artists, writers and curators, this anthology provides an overview of this increasingly significant (and contested) field of art practice.'

Includes biographies of contributors.
Access level

Onsite

Location code REF.DOC3
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2004

No of pages

191

ISBN / ISSN

1904772064

No of copies

1

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
Critical Context
The New Situationists

- Claire DOHERTY

The Function of the Studio

- Daniel BUREN, 布倫達尼爾

The Wrong Place

- Miwon KWON

Berlin Letter about Relational Aesthetics

- Nicolas BOURRIAUD

In Converstaion
Rod Dickinson and Charlie Gere
Aleksandra Mir, BBC Radio Bristol and Claire Doherty
Nathan Coley and Claire Doherty
Catherine David and Irit Rogoff
Jeremy Deller and Claire Doherty
James Lingwood and Richard Wentworth
Case Studies
Actualisation of Space: The Case of Oda Projesi

- Maria LIND

FURTHER Up in the Air

- Paul DOMELA

Bataille Monument

- Thomas HIRSCHHORN

Donald Parsnips Daily Journal

- Adam DANT

Mejor Vida Corp.

- Cuauhtémoc MEDINA

public works

- Kathrin BOHM

Twelve Museums

- Becky SHAW

Situations

- Jimmy DURHAM

Contemporary Art: From Studio to Situation
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