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Authenticity? : observations and artistic strategies in the post-digital age
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  • Authenticity? : observations and artistic strategies in the post-digital age
  • 2017
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • 160 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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  • The everyday connotations of the original, the real, sincere, valid, historical or deep are well-known, and the opposite of the authentic may then be the superficial, false, not-what-it-seems, or just new. Nonetheless 'the real thing' presents us with some productive ambiguities that create a point of departure for an analysis and a better understanding of the changes in the post-digital society. Digital technology is embedded in almost every personal relationship, in labour conditions, and in aesthetic practices. What does this mean for the 'authentic'? To unfold the nuances of the concept of contemporary authenticity this book aims to bring together different thinkers to reflect on the meaning of the authentic now. As a process and as a fluid and performative scheme to be enacted at any time?not just in terms of art and art making but flowing into every single nook of contemporary life, from the intimate to the public.
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  • 978-94-92095-23-7
  • 94-92095-23-8
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The concept of "authenticity"--encompassing notions of "the original," "the real," sincerity, validity--is notoriously freighted and widely problematized.

Nonetheless, it presents ambiguities that offer a highly productive departure point for analysis of the cultural shifts in our post-digital society. Digital technology is embedded in our personal relationships, in labor conditions and in aesthetic practices. What does this fact mean for the "authentic"?

This book gathers various thinkers who explore the meaning of authenticity today--not just in terms of art and art-making, but in every single nook of contemporary life, from the intimate to the public. The contributors are Erika Balsom, Franco "Bifo" Berardi, Mat Dryhurst, Jazmina Figueroa, Holly Herndon, Rob Horning, David Joselit, Oliver Laric, Timotheus Vermeulen, Beny Wagner and McKenzie Wark.

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