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Art Against Art, Issue 5

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Art Against Art is an in-depth critical art journal with writing that incorporates the basic logic of the market as its premise and tries to look at art and culture from within and without this context from different angles. The authors range from art historians to market analysts, artists, sociologists, curators and cultural theorists. It was founded in 2015 by Taslima Ahmed and Manuel Gnam and is published bi-annually. The first issue features contributions by Marion Maneker, Martin G Fuller, Steven Shaviro, Taslima Ahmed, Michael Farin, Megan Marrin, Manuel Gnam, Roberto Ohrt, Ben Vickers and Carles.

AAA is published bi-annually by editors Taslima Ahmed & Manuel Gnam.

In this issue:

Art Against Art Issue #5 is looking at how our present culture is progressively reconfiguring itself in the face of an entrenched free market: from a reassessment of appropriation to how subcultures have changed since the internet, from Bio-Art, Virtual Reality and Algorithmic Culture to microdosing and advanced Kundalini Yoga.
 
This issue includes contributions by the art historian Bettina Funcke, artist and designer Mary Flanagan, poet Kenneth Goldsmith, art critic Pablo Baler, journalist James Gill, an interview with anthropologist Nick Seaver, image spreads by the founder of the Third Wave Paul Austin and artist and performer David Mramor. This issue’s Artist Edition is by Camille Blatrix.
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