"Afterall", a journal of art, context and enquiry, offers in-depth considerations of the work of contemporary artists along with essays that broaden our understanding of it. "Issue 28" maps a history of objects, photography, and experience. The articles include Brazilian artist Ricardo Basbaum writing about the move to activate the audience in contemporary art, Pablo Lafuente dissecting the role of the object in participatory practices, an exploration of Emily Wardill's elusive films of objects and ossified social relations, a look at the photographic and sculptural practice of Jean-Luc Moulene, and discussions of the work of 1970s Chicago collective "AfriCOBRA" and the return of modernism in the work of Carol Bove, Mathias Poledna, and others. "Issue 29" looks at the artistic economy and the different means that artists have of approaching the economy as opposed to the market. Essays include examinations of Eugenio Dittborn's channelling of modes of distribution; Moyra Davey's investigations into value; Dierck Schmidt's political and economic histories; R. Kelly's hip-hopera, "Trapped in the Closet"; and the Chinese exhibition "This Useful Life".
Publisher: Afterall Publishing
Number of pages: 130
Dimensions: 299 x 191 x 20 mm
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