'Of the many artists who have reflected on their travels, some, like Darren Almond, have distanced themselves from the tourist, but others have adopted more nuanced and sympathetic positions.' As cultural institutions face ever-greater pressure to efficiently manage resources, so space-hungry old-media archives are increasingly being dumped after digitisation.
But when many digital compression formats are described technically as 'lossy', shouldn't this be a clue that a database without a physical archive is a bad bet on fleeting technologies?
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'The result is a sharpening of perception, a reinvigoration of the media through which we try to understand contemporary culture and, indeed, the received – and sometimes already repackaged – past.' Reviews various venues, Kassel Mark Prince various venues Omar Kholeif various venues, Manchester Bob Dickinson various venues, Genk Chris Clarke various venues, Limerick Chris Clarke Outpost, Norwich Nick Warner Haunch of Venison, London Cherry Smyth SPACE, London Morgan Quaintance SPACE and Studio Voltaire, London Maria Walsh Peckham Space, London Eliza Williams The City Art Centre, Edinburgh Rosie Lesso Chris Fite-Wassilak Alex Coles finds public artworks sited in time rather than place 'The editors' state their aims for the book thus: to graft theories of human geography and contemporary archaeology and use them to align the recent theorisation of the curator as producer with art that is simultaneously site and time sensitive.' Patricia Bickers corrals some recent publications 'The real purpose of Will Gompertz's book is not to inform the reader but the writer.
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