Imagining The Audience: Viewing Positions In Curatorial And Artistic Practice


Various

Publisher Art And Theory Publishing

ISBN 9789197998550

Idea Code 13065


Imagining the audience offers an unusual glimpse behind the work of both artist and curator concerning the role of the audience. Part of a research project on viewpoints in aesthetics and film theory applied to contemporary art, this book asks how an artist or curator imagines the experience, movement, and mental processes of the viewer, and how this perspective influences the artwork, the way the viewer experiences it. The viewer is not only a spectator but a participant in situations and becomes a vital part of the artwork, its development and existence. Contributors include Jacquelyn Davis, Raimundas Malasauskas, Joanna Warsza, Magdalena Malm, Simon Njami and others.

240 p, ills bw, 15 x 21 cm, pb, Swedish/English


$37.50


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