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Lesson 5

  1. 1. Course of Site Specific Public Art Lesson #5 RELATIONAL AESTHETICS AN ESSAY BY NICOLAS BOURRIAUD JANUARY 14th 2013 1 Politecnico di Milano (Campus di Piacenza) School of Architecture and Society
  2. 2. Course of Site Specific Public Art Lesson #5 THE COURSE ON THE WEB Instructions to follow the course: -Blog http://art-as-playground.blogspot.it/ Facebook page: Course of site specific public art Politecnico di Milano- Campus Piacenza #publicartpiacenza I send you a reading in pdf format. This is my adress: ornellacostanzopolipc@gmail.com 2 Politecnico di Milano (Campus di Piacenza) School of Architecture and Society
  3. 3. Course of Site Specific Public Art Lesson #5 INTRODUCTION: a statement A set of artistic practices which take as their theoretical and practical point of departure the whole of human relations and their social context, rather than an independent and private space. 3 Politecnico di Milano (Campus di Piacenza) School of Architecture and Society
  4. 4. Course of Site Specific Public Art Lesson #5 A short interview to Nicolas Bourriaud by the Tate speaking about altermodernity and relational aesthetics. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqHMILrKpDY 4 Politecnico di Milano (Campus di Piacenza) School of Architecture and Society
  5. 5. Course of Site Specific Public Art Lesson #5 MOST RELEVANT PASSAGES FROM BOURRIAUD’S THEORIES - defense of the misunderstanding of most 90s contemporay art because of the lack of a theorical thinking; - originality and importance of the artworks referred to the voids left by previous generations in terms of art and culture; - role of the critics as the interpreter of today’s artistic environment; - effort to find answers to overcome the cathedral of instruments built during 1960’s 5 Politecnico di Milano (Campus di Piacenza) School of Architecture and Society
  6. 6. Course of Site Specific Public Art Lesson #5 RIRKRIT TIRAVANIJA, UNTITLED (FREE)1992 , 303 GALLERY NEW YORK 6 Politecnico di Milano (Campus di Piacenza) School of Architecture and Society
  7. 7. Course of Site Specific Public Art Lesson #5 VANESSA BEECROFT, VB08 (RED WIG GIRL) 1999 7 Politecnico di Milano (Campus di Piacenza) School of Architecture and Society
  8. 8. Course of Site Specific Public Art Lesson #5 MAURIZIO CATTELAN, IL BELPAESE 1999 8 Politecnico di Milano (Campus di Piacenza) School of Architecture and Society
  9. 9. Course of Site Specific Public Art Lesson #5 BRINCH AND JACOBSEN, BURN OUT 1994 9 Politecnico di Milano (Campus di Piacenza) School of Architecture and Society
  10. 10. Course of Site Specific Public Art Lesson #5 CHRISTINE HILL, VOLKSBOUTIQUE, 1996-97 10 Politecnico di Milano (Campus di Piacenza) School of Architecture and Society
  11. 11. Course of Site Specific Public Art Lesson #5 CARSTEN HOLLER, Experience 11 Politecnico di Milano (Campus di Piacenza) School of Architecture and Society

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