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Title: Glitch : an artistic investigation about relational aesthetics-based collaborative arts and its site-specificity
Author: Garrett, Andrea Dirickson
Degree Master of Fine Arts - MFA
Program Interdisciplinary Studies
Copyright Date: 2011
Publicly Available in cIRcle 2011-05-18
Abstract: This art-based project is composed of several installations that employ inter-media strategies of performance, installation art, participatory art and new media. The research paper and the body of work that was created for this research examines collaborative art that employs Nicolas Bourriaud’s concepts regarding Relational Aesthetics. The research also examines the concept of site-specificity in general. Using a critical perspective rooted in cultural studies the creative work produced uses irony and allegoric humor. Particular attention was given to transnationality factors and Brazilian antecedents
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/34672
Scholarly Level: Graduate

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