[ARENA] ann. new publication: Place Studies in Art, Media, Science and Technology

Andreas Broeckmann ab mikro.in-berlin.de
Domingo, 19 de Abril de 2009 - 18:56:29 WEST


The book based on the 're:place 2007' conference is out:


Place Studies in Art, Media, Science and Technology
Historical Investigations on the Sites and the Migration of Knowledge

Edited by Andreas Broeckmann and Gunalan Nadarajan

VDG Publishers, Weimar, 2009


The volume presents seventeen studies about the complex interactions  
between art, media, science, and technology, based on papers  
presented at the international conference 're:place 2007' (Berlin).

Zooming in on specific places and historical moments, the authors  
describe exemplary instances of the fruitful interaction and  
collaboration between artists, engineers, and scientists. Several  
analyses of the sites and trajectories of interdisciplinary knowledge  
production, as well as their ideological and institutional  
conditions, put a focus on areas such as the early Soviet Union, or  
the internationally dynamic period of the 1960s and 70s which is  
covered in essays about collaborative situations in Madrid, Sydney,  
and the Canadian West coast, as well as in Poland, Sweden, and Japan.  
Other essays deal with the work of individuals like Vilém Flusser,  
Siegfried Giedion, and Jacqueline Tyrwhitt. Beyond the presentation  
of key moments in the history of art and science collaboration, the  
volume seeks to raise methodological questions about conceptions of  
history that take the multiple intersections between academic  
disciplines and cultural practices into account, and use them for  
enriching our understanding of creativity, variation, and historical  
change.

Authors: Irina Aristarkhova, Michael Century, Wendy Hui Kyong Chun,  
Michael Darroch, Kristoffer Gansing, Olga Goriunova, Catherine Hamel,  
Caroline Seck Langill, Stephen Jones, Ryszard W. Kluszczynski, Janine  
Marchessault, Laura Marks, Eva Moraga, Nils Röller, Margareta  
Tillberg, Siegfried Zielinski.


291 pages, 56 b/w illustrations.
Price: 29,80 EURO
ISBN: 9783897396111

Order from:
http://www.vdg-weimar.de/catalogue_vdg/?id=9783897396111
or contact: bestellung  vdg-weimar.de



Table of Contents

Andreas Broeckmann, Gunalan Nadarajan: Introduction

Janine Marchessault and Michael Darroch: Anonymous History as  
Methodology: The Collaborations of Sigfried Giedion, Jaqueline  
Tyrwhitt, and the Explorations Group (1951-55)

Michael Century: Encoding Motion in the Early Computer: Knowledge  
Transfers between Studio and Laboratory

Eva Moraga: The Computation Center at Madrid University, 1966-1973:  
An Example of True Interaction between Art, Science and Technology

Stephen Jones: The Confluence of Computing and Fine Arts at the  
University of Sydney, 1968-1975

Kristoffer Gansing: Humans Thinking Like Machines - Incidental Media  
Art in the Swedish Welfare State

Caroline Seck Langill: Corridors of Practice: Technology and  
Performance Art on the North American Pacific Coast in the 1970s and  
Early 1980s

Ryszard W. Kluszczynski: From Media Art to Techno Culture.  
Reflections on the Transformation of the Avant-Gardes

Machiko Kusahara: A Turning Point in Japanese Avant-garde Art: 1964 -  
1970

Margareta Tillberg: You are now leaving the American Sector: The  
Russian Group Dvizhenie 1962-1978

Irina Aristarkhova: Stepanova's "Laboratories"

Olga Goriunova: Vitalist Technocultural Thinking in Revolutionary  
Russia (on Piotr Engelmeier)

Wendy Hui Kyong Chun: The Enduring Ephemeral, or the Future is a Memory

Laura Marks: Genetic Algorithms, Caucasian Carpets, and Kunstwollen

Nils Röller: Radical Migration - Media theory as a subversion of  
discourse and dialogue

Catherine Hamel: The National Museum of Beirut: Crossing into a Border

Siegfried Zielinski: Meaningful Shifts. Towards an Institute for  
Southern Modernities (ISMs)..





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