“The Archive of Disappearance” is a project that explores the activation of the architecture and the mechanisms of public appearance and disappearance of artworks in the contemporary museum. It seeks – both in the realm of art and architecture – to lead to alternative typologies for presenting or ‘reading’ artworks, in which the physical space or spatial conditions are enhanced with other forms of interaction – introducing text, performance or other media.
Johnny Golding (Professor of Philosophy & Fine Art, and senior tutor at the Royal College of Art, London, UK)
Book Presentation Data Loam
As a reaction to the dominant effect and interpretive authority of the digital, Data Loam combines radical approaches based on positions taken in the international practice of contemporary art. Previously: insistence on indexicality and the instrumental reduction of knowledge. Instead: a new metric that requires play, curiosity, experiment, and risk.