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N.E.W.S. Bibliography

Museum of Contemporary African Art

Experiencia 3

  • de Carvalho F
    Artwork
    Submitted

Surrealist Forest

  • Dalí S
    Artwork
    Submitted

Telegarden, Ars Electronica Museum, Linz Austria.

  • The Telegarden is an art installation that allows web users to view and interact with a remote garden filled with living plants. Members can plant, water, and monitor the progress of seedlings via the tender movements of an industrial robot arm.
    Artwork
    Submitted

Taipei tomorrow's a lake again

  • Artwork
    Submitted

Réseaux de stoppages(Network of Stoppages)

  • Artwork
    Submitted

Insertions into Ideological Circuits

  • Meireles C
    With his Insertions into Ideological Circuits -- banknotes and soda pop bottles bearing non-authorized inscriptions, recycled back into their distribution systems, in the early 1970s-- Cildo Meireles was one artist who pioneered other worlds or "circuits" where art could be sustained and prosper, with a deliberately impaired coefficient of specific visibility. I see this recycling work as exemplary of repurposing art-sustaining environments rather than expanding the existent ones. To an extent comparable to Torres Garcia, Meireles has inspired a generation of practitioners in Latin America, anxious to restore art's use value, which they insert directly into spheres of activity often far from the northerly artworld. Buenos Aires-based artist and activist Hugo Vidal's ongoing "insertions" are exemplary of this usological turn, and are embedded in that art-historical lineage as well as the political context of democratizing Argentina's public sphere. Vidal has made it his task to ensure that Julio Lopez -- a desaparecido who survived the dictatorship and who was again "disappeared" after being called as a witness in 2005, despite an ostensible return to democracy -- does not disappear from public memory. Using the label of the popular LOPEZ brand of wine as a kind of free signifier, and supermarket shelves as a kind of frame, he stamps the words "Aparición con vida de Julio," and leaves the readymade label to complete and punctuate the demand. In a kind of literal way, he allows the subaltern to signify. This type of intervention, though discrete in one respect, operates very much on the 1:1 scale, and is strikes me as exemplary of the promises of social practice. - Stephen Wright
    Artwork
    Submitted

The Large Glass

  • Duchamp M
    Artwork
    Submitted

Headless

RMB CITY-A Secondlife City Planning

  • "RMB CITY"6mins/2007/3D AnimationDirector: China Tracy3D Engineer: Rivers Singh3D Production: arcXchangeMusic: ME:MO
    Audiovisual
    Submitted

Ballet Mecanique

  • victorsanz
    imágenes móviles de Fernand Léger y sincronía musical de George Antheil (1924)
    Audiovisual
    Submitted
    antheil, ballet, leger, mecanique

Barack Obama: 'A More Perfect Union' (Full Speech)

"Thriller" (original upload)

The Man without Qualities

  • Musil R
    Book
    Submitted
    Picador
    0330349422
    New edition

What is Surrealism?: Selected Writings

  • Breton A
    Book
    Submitted
    Pathfinder
    0873488229
    Facsimile of 1942 ed

The Poetics of Space

  • Bachelard G
    Book
    Submitted
    Beacon Press
    0807064734
    New edition

Les lois de l'imitation: Étude sociologique

  • Tarde G
    Book
    Submitted
    Adamant Media Corporation
    1421252783

The Tao of Pooh

  • Hoff B
    Book
    Submitted
    Egmont Books Ltd
    1405204265
    New edition

Cindy and Nkuli, from “Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder,”

Proudhon: What is Property?

  • Proudhon P-J
    Book
    Submitted
    Cambridge University Press
    0521405564
    First English language edition

The End of Work: The Decline of the Global Labor Force and the Dawn of the Post-market Era

  • Rifkin J
    Book
    Submitted
    Jeremy P Tarcher
    1585423130
    2nd Revised edition

The $12 Million Stuffed Shark: The Curious Economics of Contemporary Art

  • Thompson D
    Book
    Submitted
    Aurum Press Ltd
    1845133021

Displaying the Marvelous: Marcel Duchamp, Salvador Dali and Surrealist Exhibition Installations

  • Kachur L
    Book
    Submitted
    MIT Press
    0262611821
    New edition

Doing Nothing: A History of Loafers, Loungers, Slackers, and Bums in America

  • Lutz T
    Book
    Submitted
    Farrar Straus Giroux
    086547737X

In Praise of Idleness: And Other Essays

  • Russell B
    Book
    Submitted
    Routledge
    0415325064
    2

Reclaiming Work: Beyond the Wage-based Society

  • Gorz A
    Book
    Submitted
    Polity Press
    0745621287

Malevich on Suprematism: Six Essays 1915-1926

  • Book
    Submitted
    Univ of Iowa Office of State
    0874141192

The Manifesta Decade: Debates on Contemporary Art Exhibitions and Biennials in Post-Wall Europe

  • Vanderlinden B
    Book
    Submitted
    MIT Press
    0262220768

Other Inquisitions: 1937-1952

  • Borges JL
    Book
    Submitted
    University of Texas Press
    0292760027
    Reprint

High Culture Fever: Politics, Aesthetics, and Ideology in Deng's China

  • Wang J
    Book
    Submitted
    University of California Press
    0520202953