by Gielen, Pascal.Series: Antennae series: ; Antennae series: Publisher: Amsterdam : Valiz, 2009.Description: 263 pages ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9789078088349; 9078088346.Subject(s): Art -- Economic aspects | AestheticsNote: Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Language: Translated from the Dutch.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Here, art sociologist Pascal Gielen examines the notion that the global art economy--with its ever-renewable youth quota, its gender imbalance, flexible working hours and short-term contracts (or lack of contracts)--is wholly congruent with the worst aspirations of late capitalism, and is ripe for economic exploitation. Conscious that art also offers real liberties, Gielen also proposes alternative models and argues for a recognition of the values implied by the creative process, rather than by the subtle coercions of post-Fordist production imperatives to which we are all subject.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Translated from the Dutch.
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