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Szuper Gallery materials

Clausen, S. ORCID: (2010) Szuper Gallery materials. [Show/Exhibition]

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A portfolio of prints, books and catalogues by Szuper Gallery exhibited at this group exhibition.

Item Type:Show/Exhibition
Divisions:Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Arts and Communication Design > Art > Fine Art
ID Code:18479
Additional Information:Archive of Shared Interests - Transfer Zone - Temporary Life - Temporary Communities. 30 Theoretical approaches, architectural and artistic dossiers for communities in the Transfer Zone Communities are defined by artists, scholars and urbanists as an antithesis to general society and its constraints, but they differ widely from one another in the roles they play. Whether the community is thought of as a secret utopia or as a threat to the individual, whether as a cooperative, a neighbourhood or a societal group, and whether or not the respective community is to be dissolved - every time, a certain artistic, architectural or theoretical concept of community initiates a subtext directed toward the public. Certain actions are implicitly designated for the visitors, the users, the readers; the public is revolutionized, integrated, informed, instructed, involved or controlled. The archive is conceived as a project apparatus on the broad theme of "community", an apparatus representing different and contradictory approaches and points of view on the basis of which "community" can be discussed. The archive will serve prospectively as the project apparatus of a research project and be expanded.

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