Tag: Meta(l)morphoses

30.09.2015 – Julia Moritz

P.S. YGRG #96

If a Kunsthalle is in fact terminologically distinguished from other spaces of art by the peculiar soundscape implied by the architectural structure – the hall, bouncing sound waves between roofs and walls – we, inside, may seem caught in crucial contradiction: Art’s regime of visibility, including its growing impact on contemporary society (be it in terms of creative imperatives or mediatization as such) versus the substantial range of other sensorial capacities, largely disabled by the institution of Art (if not spectacularized/sacralized and capitalized on as its constitutive other). We...

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