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Critique d’art n°52 – Spring/Summer 2019

Critique d’art n°52 – Spring/Summer 2019

Authors: Sylvie Mokhtari & Jean-Marc Poinsot
Publisher: Archives de la critique d’art, Université de Rennes (2019)

Paperback: 178 pages
Language: French/English
ISSN: 1246-8258

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€ 16,00

If the afflatus of computers has marked the activities of archivists, as we are reminded in this issue about the founding of the Archives de la critique d’art (ACA) in 1989, the development of computer technology, and data-processing, has also transformed the practice of art criticism and the activities of authors. From scratching out to the [delete] key, from scraps of paper to copy-and-paste, from linear scripting progression between drafts and occasional notes to cumulative and layered composition, authors have learned new private uses, first with enthusiasm or despite themselves, then as a native condition of the written word, faced with the instant display of text composed on an illuminated screen. Then they were swiftly connected, nurtured by and nurturing the online world, heading towards a new fortune for criticism—for want of their own fortune! The renewal of publishing habits has both delighted and worried people. They have been celebrated and hated. But this renewal now represents an extremely stimulating challenge for readers and for authors, in all the immediacy, dense versatility and stealthiness of the Internet. If publishing and reading online open up various areas to critical discourse, what about writing methods, languages and figures of thought, and notional equipment?

 

Articles

In the Shadow of Piotr Piotrowski: Small Histories for a Global Perspective

Henry Meyric Hughes

 

To (re)live With What is Alive: At the Junction of Art and Care

Emeline Eudes

 

Françoise Sullivan : Artist Present

Ariane De Blois

 

Decolonial Processes in Art: Institutions and Knowledge

Marie-Laure Allain Bonilla

 

Performing, Participating: the Challenge of Activation

David Zerbib

 

Portrait d'auteur

Cuauhtémoc Medina

Svitlana Biedarieva

 

Portrait d'artiste

Franck Leibovici

Julie Portier

 

Traduction

A Treasure Hunt

Traduction extraite de : "Portes closes et œuvres invisibles", Paris : Gallimard, 2019, (Art et artistes), p.107-114 © Editions Gallimard, Paris, 2019. Avec l’aimable autorisation de Denys Riout

 

Phoebe Clarke

Introduced by : Sylvie Mokhtari

 

L'Histoire revisitée

Living and Rebellious Bodies: Publications as Seen by Artists in the 1960s and 1970s

Constance Moréteau

 

Archives

The ACA Adventure: a Thirty-year Commitment to Art Criticism

Christophe Domino, Jean-Marc Poinsot, Jean-Marc Huitorele

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