Art, design and capital since the 1980s : production by design [electronic resource] / Bill Roberts.

By: Roberts, Bill, 1979-Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Routledge research in design historyPublisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2019Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780429457449; 0429457448; 9780429854736; 0429854730; 9780429854750; 0429854757; 9780429854743; 0429854749Subject(s): Graham, Dan, 1942- -- Criticism and interpretation | McBride, Rita, 1960- -- Criticism and interpretation | Rehberger, Tobias, 1966- -- Criticism and interpretation | Gillick, Liam, 1964- -- Criticism and interpretation | Art and design -- History -- 20th century | Art and design -- History -- 21st century | ART / History / Contemporary (1945-) | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Museum Administration & MuseologyDDC classification: 745.409 LOC classification: N6490 | .R5486 2019ebOnline resources: Taylor & Francis Click here to view. | OCLC metadata license agreement
Contents:
Introduction : design's significance for contemporary art -- The proliferation of Dan Graham's Pavilions -- Rita McBride's sculpture of flows -- Tobias Rehberger's exquisite corp. -- Liam Gillick's flights of flexibility.
Summary: This book examines artists' engagements with design and architecture since the 1980s, and asks what they reveal about contemporary capitalist production and social life. Setting recent practices in historical relief, and exploring the work of Dan Graham, Rita McBride, Tobias Rehberger and Liam Gillick, Bill Roberts argues that design is a singularly valuable lens through which artists evoke, trace and critique the forces and relations of production that underpin everyday experience in advanced capitalist economies.
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Introduction : design's significance for contemporary art -- The proliferation of Dan Graham's Pavilions -- Rita McBride's sculpture of flows -- Tobias Rehberger's exquisite corp. -- Liam Gillick's flights of flexibility.

This book examines artists' engagements with design and architecture since the 1980s, and asks what they reveal about contemporary capitalist production and social life. Setting recent practices in historical relief, and exploring the work of Dan Graham, Rita McBride, Tobias Rehberger and Liam Gillick, Bill Roberts argues that design is a singularly valuable lens through which artists evoke, trace and critique the forces and relations of production that underpin everyday experience in advanced capitalist economies.

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