Between the Art Canon and the Margins: Historicizing Technology-Reliant Art via Curatorial Practice

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September 18, 2019

TeamLab, MORI building Digital Art Museum, 2018. © Elena Papadaki (Source)

Abstract:

This article explores curatorial practice that has technology-reliant works at its epicentre, arguing that for an efficient methodology to historicize the latter there needs to be a reconfiguration of the curatorial scope and a holistic approach to viewing and documenting exhibitions. Based on theoretical research and install decisions of recent years, the ways in which curatorial practice can be reconfigured within the art canon to inform art history, as well as to accommodate developments in exhibition practices are examined.

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Papadaki, Elena. “Between the Art Canon and the Margins: Historicizing Technology-Reliant Art via Curatorial Practice.” Arts, vol. 8, no. 121, Sept. 2019, https://doi.org/doi:10.3390/arts8030121.
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Papadaki, Elena. “Between the Art Canon and the Margins: Historicizing Technology-Reliant Art via Curatorial Practice.” Arts 8, no. 121 (September 18, 2019). https://doi.org/doi:10.3390/arts8030121.
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Papadaki, E. (2019). Between the Art Canon and the Margins: Historicizing Technology-Reliant Art via Curatorial Practice. Arts, 8(121). https://doi.org/doi:10.3390/arts8030121
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@article{Papadaki2019Between, author = {Papadaki, Elena}, journal = {Arts}, number = {121}, year = {2019}, month = {sep 18}, title = {Between the {Art} {Canon} and the {Margins}: Historicizing {Technology}-{Reliant} {Art} via {Curatorial} {Practice}}, howpublished = {https://doi.org/10.3390/arts8030121}, volume = {8}, }