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On Nicholas Bourriaud’s ‘Today’s Art Practise’

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I have just read the transcript of Nicholas Bourriauds lecture ‘Today’s Art Practise’ (21/09/2001). He explains his ideas about the language of art in relation to society. He describes an artwork as simply the documentation of the artists processes and also as the language of reality through the analogy of film. ‘The moment you pass this bottle in front of the camera, it will have meaning and it will be a  part of the movie. Or if it has been brought into a gallery…  it will be perceived as a work of art, this will cause galleries to be apprehended like movies without cameras.’ When Duchamp brought his ready-mades into the gallery, he was not interested in the aesthetics of the piece, but the idea of contextualising an object by its setting. As soon as the object is brought into the gallery it takes on the meaning of art – why…

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