Art as Problematic Waste: Video Tryptich

Exhibition


Chapman, D. and Hyvärinen, A. Art as Problematic Waste: Video Tryptich. Turun Taidehalli, Turku, Finland
CreatorsChapman, D. and Hyvärinen, A.
Description

Lots of art everywhere - it can be a problem too. When an artist dies, his studio is full of old artworks and even when alive some of the works need a lot of space. Where can we put all these probably interesting works? Museums cannot and will not take it all, and you cannot sell even good art easily. At what point does art become waste? How might art as waste even cause an additional ecological problem: the overproduction of art as another form of consumerism?

KeywordsArt practice; installation; documentary; Art economics
Exhibition titleArt as Problematic Waste
Art as Problematic Waste
Web address (URL)http://www.artasproblematicwaste.com/
FunderInvestissements d’Avenir
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Image credit
Chapman / Hyvärinen
Measurements
1030x579
Media type
Image
License
File Access Level
Anyone
Copyright holder© 2019 Chapman / Hyvärinen. All Rights Reserved.
Publication process dates
Deposited21 Oct 2019
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