Following the death of industrial Europe, rave emerged as Europe’s last big youth movement. This book considers the social, political and economic conditions that led to the advent of rave as a ‘counterculture’ across Europe, as well as its aesthetics, ideologies and influence on contemporary art and beyond
Camera Silens (1994) is an installation for one user at a time a completely sealed-off chamber equipped with […]
For The Flying Steamroller (1996), Chris Burden is a a 12-ton Navy surplus steamroller connected to a central […]
In 1994, ART+COM presented Terravision, an installation that enabled users to navigate in a 3D model of the […]
There is an intense will to grow, regardless of whether they submit to or resist their formal fates. Unlike their genetically altered counterparts, individual will has an effect on their development. I view my molds as a culturally generated pressure, an applied norm, which then gets filtered into individually aestheticized interpretations.
I’m adding a new category to the blog: ’90s. Dedicated to art works from the 80s and 90s. […]