conversations.e-flux: Are art professionals today too hyperactively busy to produce work of lasting importance?

http://conversations.e-flux.com/t/are-art-professionals-today-too-hyperactively-busy-to-produce-work-of-lasting-importance/528 “Art professionals today are notoriously busy. They are ceaselessly writing, networking, traveling, tweeting, attending openings, managing their “brand,” and responding to emails. This level of hyperactivity is perhaps required today in order to earn even a modest living in the art world. But how does it affect the work that’s produced, and the discourseContinue reading “conversations.e-flux: Are art professionals today too hyperactively busy to produce work of lasting importance?”

Art Without Artists?

http://www.e-flux.com/journal/art-without-artists/ “An artist can aspire to a certain sovereignty, which today implies that in addition to producing art, one also has to produce the conditions that enable such production, its channels of circulation. Sometimes the production of these conditions can become so critical to the production of work that it assumes the shape of theContinue reading “Art Without Artists?”

e-flux: Art Without Artists?

http://www.e-flux.com/journal/art-without-artists/ “An artist can aspire to a certain sovereignty, which today implies that in addition to producing art, one also has to produce the conditions that enable such production, its channels of circulation. Sometimes the production of these conditions can become so critical to the production of work that it assumes the shape of theContinue reading “e-flux: Art Without Artists?”