The Regime of Visibility
NAi, 2005 - 205 σελίδες
Camiel van Winkel, the longtime editor of Archis: Magazine for Architecture, the City and Visual Culture, examines and interprets key interfaces between visual art and other forms of culture, and argues that our continuously expanding visual culture makes it necessary to reconsider the relationship between art and mass culture, between forms of autonomous and applied art. Van Winkel examines specific cases, from Rotterdam's sculpture terrace to the Netherlands Architecture Institute's national architecture plaque, to the behavior of politicians on the campaign trail*as well as film posters, reality shows, and films like The Matrix.
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