Relational Aesthetics


I had to think about the article while reading Kyoung’s entry about gestures – a good one to re-read, re-view, re-think, even though I not quite agree with his theory about relational aesthetics.


one of the artists working with social events and gestures in art spaces I would like to keep in mind:



One comment

  1. yes yes, I read this book in a beachy afternoon this summer and thought… is that all?
    good read but not as satisfying as i’d hoped… seems there needs to be a part II

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