The Institute of Social Hypocrisy : Merlin Carpenter : social aesthetics. 03.

by Carpenter, Merlin, 1967-Looking glass; Boullet, VictorLooking glass.

Publisher: Paris : Lauren Monchar, [2010]Description: 33 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.ISBN: 0954401654; 9780954401658.Other title: Social aesthetics.Subject(s): Aesthetics, FrenchLooking glass | Fan magazinesLooking glass | ZinesLooking glass | Art, Modern -- PeriodicalsLooking glassNote: Published in an edition of 1000.;
Contains black and white images and photographs overlaid with black text in capital letters.;
"The Institute of Social Hypocrisy, 2009 - 2011, was a performance artwork by Victor Boullet that served to front a collaborative art program by providing a fictitious level of authority behind which the artist's activities could reign free. During its life time The Institute permitted a selection of artists, curators, writers to participate in a venture that moved beyond the activities within its Paris walls and onto an international stage." -- http://www.theinstituteofsocialhypocrisy.com
Summary: "'Social Aesthetics' is a new fanzine dealing with current aesthetic theory." - http://www.theinstituteofsocialhypocrisy.com/projects/merlin.carpenter.html [accessed 22 August 2011].
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Published in an edition of 1000.

Contains black and white images and photographs overlaid with black text in capital letters.

"The Institute of Social Hypocrisy, 2009 - 2011, was a performance artwork by Victor Boullet that served to front a collaborative art program by providing a fictitious level of authority behind which the artist's activities could reign free. During its life time The Institute permitted a selection of artists, curators, writers to participate in a venture that moved beyond the activities within its Paris walls and onto an international stage." -- http://www.theinstituteofsocialhypocrisy.com

"'Social Aesthetics' is a new fanzine dealing with current aesthetic theory." - http://www.theinstituteofsocialhypocrisy.com/projects/merlin.carpenter.html [accessed 22 August 2011].

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