Monthly Archives: May 2013

Tutorial Notes on Site-Specificity

There are a number of artists who have worked with, and expanded upon, the notion of site-specificity. Michael Asher – he exposed the gallery space to its bare bones, showing the administration side. The stripped away the exterior to show … Continue reading

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Mobilization of Site-Specific Art – just a few notes

The next part of the article by Miwon Kwon looks at how site-specific art of the 1960s and 1970s went through something of a revival in the 1990s with the reappearance of several high-profile exhibitions from that era which may … Continue reading

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Notes and thoughts about ‘One Place After: Notes on Site Specificity’ by Miwon Kwon

This week’s homework is to read another article, and comment on it, with pictures. This time the article is called ‘One Place after Another: Notes on Site Specificity’ by Miwon Kwon. It was published in the Spring of 1997 and … Continue reading

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Tutorial Notes – 2007

As well as the articles about 1910 (mine) and 1966 (the subject of the last blog entry), this week we discussed an article about the year 2007. This article, also taken from Art Since 1900, is about the connection between art … Continue reading

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