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Practice /

by Boon, Marcus [editor.]; Levine, Gabriel [editor.]; Whitechapel Art Gallery [publisher.].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Documents of contemporary art series: Description: 237 pages ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780262535397; 0262535394.Uniform titles: Practice (M.I.T. Press).Subject(s): 2000-2099 | Arts, Modern -- 20th century | Arts, Modern -- 21st century | Art -- 21e siècle | Art, Modern | Pratique (Philosophie) | PHILOSOPHY / General | Art -- 21e siècle | Practice (Philosophy) | Practice (Philosophy) | Art, Modern -- 21st century | Artistic practice | Artistic practice | Artistic practice
Contents:
Thinking, making and doing -- Collective action -- Forms of repetition -- Discipline(s).
Summary: 'Practice' is one of the key words of contemporary art, used in contexts ranging from artists' descriptions of their practice to curatorial practice, from social practice to practice-based research. This is the first anthology to investigate what contemporary notions of practice mean for art, tracing their development and speculating on where this leads. Reframing the question of practice offers new ways of reading the history of art and of evaluating particular forms of practice-based art.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-233) and index.

Thinking, making and doing -- Collective action -- Forms of repetition -- Discipline(s).

'Practice' is one of the key words of contemporary art, used in contexts ranging from artists' descriptions of their practice to curatorial practice, from social practice to practice-based research. This is the first anthology to investigate what contemporary notions of practice mean for art, tracing their development and speculating on where this leads. Reframing the question of practice offers new ways of reading the history of art and of evaluating particular forms of practice-based art.

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