Edited by Claire Doherty, From Studio to Situation describes the shift in focus that has taken place in much contemporary art practice in the last decade.
From the notion of relational aesthetics to the concerns of site-specificity, this book provides a critical investigation into the production and curation of contemporary art. Including reprints of groundbreaking texts alongside new essays, interviews and case studies by leading international artists, writers and curators, this anthology provides an overview of this significant (and contested) field of art practice.
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Kathrin Böhm, Nicolas Bourriaud, Daniel Buren, Nathan Coley, Adam Dant, Catherine David, Jeremy Deller, Rod Dickinson, Paul Domela, Jimmie Durham, FURTHER Up in the Air, Charlie Gere, Thomas Hirschhorn, Miwon Kwon, Maria Lind, James Lingwood, Cuauhtémoc Medina, Mejor Vida Corp., Aleksandra Mir, Oda Projesi, Irit Rogoff, Becky Shaw and Richard Wentworth.
Black Dog Publishing
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Funders & Supporters
From Studio to Situation was funded by the following organisations: University of the West of England, Bristol; Arnolfini; the Arts Council of England; the Arts and Hunmanities Research Board (AHRB) and the Institut français du Royaume-Uni.