As the nineteenth century drew to a close, traditional religion and its grand narrative were in general decline — a social reality captured by Friedrich Nietzsche’s famous declaration, “God is dead” (1).
The popularity of ballet on the internet is one that often (but not always) relies on the idea of ballet as a static aesthetic rather than as a performance. And to be
This conversation took place in the studio of artist Rebecca Partridge in advance of her exhibition Notations at Kunstverein Springhornhof and has been published as part of the exhibition catalogue earlier this
The role that the designer plays in society has, for many years, been relatively fixed – a client passes information to a ‘professional creative’ who then formats the given content for a
The tension between politics and aesthetics can be ascribed to the relation between authority and authorship. What is the political role of art? Could a particular theory of authorship in art present
Maximum Irony! Maximum Sincerity (MI!MS) was a proposal for an art movement, complete with manifesto – “M.I.!M.S., A Manifesto of Maximum Irony! Maximum Sincerity” – written by Andy Holden and four of