|Ellen CantorA history of the world as it has become known to me|
Ellen Cantor (1961–2013) combined ready-made materials with diaristic notes and drawings to probe her perceptions and experiences of personal desire and institutional violence. This book is concerned with, and a document of, Cantor’s work through the lens of Pinochet Porn (2008–16) and its making—an epic experimental film embodying and radically extending her multifaceted artistic practice.
|Omar KholeifGoodbye, World!
Looking at Art in the Digital Age
The way we see the world has changed drastically since NASA released the “blue marble” image taken by Apollo 17 in 1972. No longer a placid slow-moving orb, the world is now perceived as a hothouse of activity and hyper-connectivity that cannot keep up with its inhabitants. The internet has collectively bound human society, replacing the world as the network of all networks. In Goodbye, World! Looking at Art in the Digital Age, curator Omar Kholeif traces the birth of a culture propagated but also consumed by this digitized network.