Systems of logic and belief : an investigation of some conceptual art strategies
Conceptual art came to prominence in the 1960s under the rubric of dematerialising the object of art, foregrounding art as idea. It was in part reaction to the preoccupation with medium-specificity that had prevailed in previous decades. This exegesis describes the programme and outcomes of practice-led research into how some of the strategies that were deployed by conceptual artists may or may not translate into present day practices and technologies. The main focus is on strategies of...[Show more]
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