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  • Afterall: A Journal of Art, Context and Enquiry
  • 1 September 2015
Tracing a history of mediated life from nineteenth-century barricades to twenty-first century occupations, Sven Lütticken analyses the problematics and possibilities of contemporary social assemblage.
Viewing Copies: On the Mobility of Moving Images
TLDR
In contemporary art, even pieces produced in media that allow for infinite mass (re)production are executed only in small editions, placing ever-greater stress on the viewing copy as a means of granting access to work beyond the “official” limited editions and outside of the exhibition context. Expand
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