Art practices with impaired coefficients of artistic visibility Invited as researcher-in-residence at Artexte Information Centre, Stephen Wright’s writing and research focuses on art practices with low coefficients of artistic visibility, raising the possibility of a new status for art – in the absence of artworks, authorship or spectatorship. Envisaging art in terms of competence...
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Sound in Canadian Contemporary Art Nicole Gingras investigates how audio practices are used and developed in the Candian art context, and how they link to interdisciplinary forms such as performance, video, sculpture, sound environment , web and radio art. Today, while the use of sound in visual and medi arts develop, it appears particularly...