Browsing Category: aggregation

  • Found Objects 30/04/2011

    Another week, another round-up of favourite links to the world wide web. Please enjoy: Apparently there was a big state occasion here in Britain yesterday. Well, I doubt it was anything like as good as this footage of the funeral of Nam June Paik in Korea (via @ubuweb). Better late than never, here’s a link …

    April 30, 2011
  • Found Objects 23/04/2011

    Another interesting week in art online has yielded up the following: Oh my aching sides! Chinese spambots have turned the #AiWeiwei hashtag into a forum for risque jokes on Twitter. Hyperallergic translates for us. As if that wasn’t bad enough, hackers have targetted an online petition in support of the dissident artist. So sign now …

    April 23, 2011
  • Found Objects 17/04/2011

    Some links from the last  seven days. Peruse away: This week it was revealed that Andy Warhol accounted for 17% of all auction sales in 2010. Well, Reuters blogger Felix Salmon can explain why (via/ @Hyperallergic). In The Telegraph, Clive Aslet seems prepared to forgive the modernist architecture and the art establishment’s impudence, so long …

    April 17, 2011
  • Found Objects 09/04/2011

    Ai Weiwei’s arrest has been a gift to the blogosphere with much better coverage at Hyperallergic and Eyeteeth than you will find here. But here’s a curious thing: the dissident artist’s collected blog posts are briefly reviewed in the Guardian today. He posted every day for 4 years. Meanwhile Russia’s most troublesome artists have just …

    April 9, 2011
  • Found Objects 03/04/11

    It seems about time criticismism did some aggregation. So from now on I’ll try to post links to some of the news stories, features, blog posts, videos etc, which I’ve enjoyed on any given week. So here goes: My first virtual found object has to be the first show by Dead Hare Radio. It features …

    April 3, 2011