Detail publikace

Speculative Ruinology: Interpretation as a mode of Survival

GRAVLEJS, I.

Originální název

Speculative Ruinology: Interpretation as a mode of Survival

Anglický název

Speculative Ruinology: Interpretation as a mode of Survival

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Bombarded by fragments of images, problems close or remote, conflicting perspectives and always-already biased options - interpretation became not just a tool or specific method, it is an activity through which we live and realize our identities. Such necessity and dominance of interpretation calls for different political vision or identification. We, artists, activists, para-academics, writers, researchers and cultural agents thus form an interpretive class. The book Speculative Ruinology: Interpretation as a mode of Survival presents a first book project of Class of Interpretation, founded by Boris Ondreička and Václav Janoščík and based on the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague.

Anglický abstrakt

Bombarded by fragments of images, problems close or remote, conflicting perspectives and always-already biased options - interpretation became not just a tool or specific method, it is an activity through which we live and realize our identities. Such necessity and dominance of interpretation calls for different political vision or identification. We, artists, activists, para-academics, writers, researchers and cultural agents thus form an interpretive class. The book Speculative Ruinology: Interpretation as a mode of Survival presents a first book project of Class of Interpretation, founded by Boris Ondreička and Václav Janoščík and based on the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague.

Dokumenty

BibTex


@inbook{BUT169786,
  author="Ivars {Gravlejs}",
  title="Speculative Ruinology: Interpretation as a mode of Survival",
  annote="Bombarded by fragments of images, problems close or remote, conflicting perspectives and always-already biased options - interpretation became not just a tool or specific method, it is an activity through which we live and realize our identities. Such necessity and dominance of interpretation calls for different political vision or identification. We, artists, activists, para-academics, writers, researchers and cultural agents thus form an interpretive class. The book Speculative Ruinology: Interpretation as a mode of Survival presents a first book project of Class of Interpretation, founded by Boris Ondreička and Václav Janoščík and based on the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague.",
  address="Akademie výtvarných umění",
  booktitle="Speculative Ruinology: Interpretation as a mode of Survival",
  chapter="169786",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Akademie výtvarných umění",
  year="2020",
  month="june",
  pages="94--110",
  publisher="Akademie výtvarných umění",
  type="book chapter"
}

Odpovědnost: Ing. Marek Strakoš