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The archive /

by Merewether, Charles.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Documents of contemporary art series: Publisher: London : Cambridge, Mass. : Whitechapel ; MIT Press, 2006Description: 207 p. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780262633383 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0262633388 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Museums -- Collection management | Archives | Art archives | Archival resources
Contents:
A note upon the mystic writing-pad, 1925 / Sigmund Freud -- Research and presentation of all that remains of my childhood 1944-1950, 1969 / Christian Boltanski -- The historical a priori and the archive, 1969 / Michel Foucault -- The philosophy of Andy Warhol (from A to B and back again), 1975 / Andy Warhol -- The man who never threw anything away, c. 1977 / Ilya Kabakov -- The archive and testimony, 1989 / Giorgio Agamben -- Working through objects, 1994 / Susan Hiller -- Survival : ruminations on archival lacunae, 2002 / Renée Green -- A short history of photography, 1931 / Walter Benjamin -- Archives, documents, traces, 1978 / Paul Ricoeur -- The body and the archive, 1986 / Allan Sekula -- Archive fever, 1995 / Jacques Derrida -- Interview with Jürgen Harten and Katharina Schmidt, 1972 / Marcel Broodthaers -- Gerhard Richter's Atlas : the anomic archive, 1993 / Benjamin H. D. Buchloh -- Against the camera, for the photographic archive, 1994 / Margarita Tupitsyn -- The model of the sciences, 1997 / Anne Moeglin-Delcroix -- Politics of cultural heritage, 1999 / subREAL (Cãlin Dan and Josif Kiraly) -- Interview with Okwui Enwezor, 2000 / Thomas Hirschhorn -- A language to come : Japanese photography after the event, 2002 / Charles Merewether -- "The camera made me do it" : Nicole Jolicoeur, female identity and troubling archives, 2004 / Patricia Levin and Jeanne Perrault -- An archival impulse, 2004 / Hal Foster -- From enthusiasm to the creative commons : interview with Anthony Spira, 2005 / Neil Cummings and Marysia Lewandowska -- A triptych (abc), 1976-80 / Eugenio Dittborn -- Archives of the fallen, 1997 / Charles Merewether -- The Rani of Sirmur : an essay in reading the archives, 1985, 1999 / Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak -- First information report, 2003 / Raqs Media Collective -- Archigraphia : on the future of testimony and the archive to come, 2002 / Dragan Kujundzic -- The secrets file, 2002 / the Atlas Group Archive -- The operator # 17 file, 2000 / the Atlas Group Archive -- Let's be honest, the rain helped, 2004 / the Atlas Group -- Photographic documents : excavation as art, 2006 / Akram Zaatari -- Sans titre/untitled : the video installation as an active archive, 2006 / Jayce Salloum.
Review: "Among art's most significant developments worldwide since the 1960s has been a turn to the archive - the nexus of images, objects, documents and traces through which we recall and revisit individual and shared memories and histories. This anthology of key writings by influential artists and theorists explores ways in which the archive has become central in visual culture's investigations of history, memory, testimony and identity."--BOOK JACKET. List(s) this item appears in: Art History and Theory 3.2 | Honours Research Methods 1.2
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Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

A note upon the mystic writing-pad, 1925 / Sigmund Freud -- Research and presentation of all that remains of my childhood 1944-1950, 1969 / Christian Boltanski -- The historical a priori and the archive, 1969 / Michel Foucault -- The philosophy of Andy Warhol (from A to B and back again), 1975 / Andy Warhol -- The man who never threw anything away, c. 1977 / Ilya Kabakov -- The archive and testimony, 1989 / Giorgio Agamben -- Working through objects, 1994 / Susan Hiller -- Survival : ruminations on archival lacunae, 2002 / Renée Green -- A short history of photography, 1931 / Walter Benjamin -- Archives, documents, traces, 1978 / Paul Ricoeur -- The body and the archive, 1986 / Allan Sekula -- Archive fever, 1995 / Jacques Derrida -- Interview with Jürgen Harten and Katharina Schmidt, 1972 / Marcel Broodthaers -- Gerhard Richter's Atlas : the anomic archive, 1993 / Benjamin H. D. Buchloh -- Against the camera, for the photographic archive, 1994 / Margarita Tupitsyn -- The model of the sciences, 1997 / Anne Moeglin-Delcroix -- Politics of cultural heritage, 1999 / subREAL (Cãlin Dan and Josif Kiraly) -- Interview with Okwui Enwezor, 2000 / Thomas Hirschhorn -- A language to come : Japanese photography after the event, 2002 / Charles Merewether -- "The camera made me do it" : Nicole Jolicoeur, female identity and troubling archives, 2004 / Patricia Levin and Jeanne Perrault -- An archival impulse, 2004 / Hal Foster -- From enthusiasm to the creative commons : interview with Anthony Spira, 2005 / Neil Cummings and Marysia Lewandowska -- A triptych (abc), 1976-80 / Eugenio Dittborn -- Archives of the fallen, 1997 / Charles Merewether -- The Rani of Sirmur : an essay in reading the archives, 1985, 1999 / Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak -- First information report, 2003 / Raqs Media Collective -- Archigraphia : on the future of testimony and the archive to come, 2002 / Dragan Kujundzic -- The secrets file, 2002 / the Atlas Group Archive -- The operator # 17 file, 2000 / the Atlas Group Archive -- Let's be honest, the rain helped, 2004 / the Atlas Group -- Photographic documents : excavation as art, 2006 / Akram Zaatari -- Sans titre/untitled : the video installation as an active archive, 2006 / Jayce Salloum.

"Among art's most significant developments worldwide since the 1960s has been a turn to the archive - the nexus of images, objects, documents and traces through which we recall and revisit individual and shared memories and histories. This anthology of key writings by influential artists and theorists explores ways in which the archive has become central in visual culture's investigations of history, memory, testimony and identity."--BOOK JACKET.

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