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Blurring the Boundaries between Art and Life (in the Museum?)

Anna Dezeuze, Blurring the Boundaries between Art and Life (in the Museum?); Tate Papers no.8
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Stories of a continuous past Miroslaw Balka

As the Polish artist undertakes the tenth Unilever Series commission in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall this autumn, he reveals how ...

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Art of Interaction: A Theoretical Examination of Carsten Höller’s Test Site

This paper looks at the interactivity of Carsten Höller’s Test Site 2006, using Alfred Gell’s Art and Agency ...

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Staring into the contemporary abyss The contemporary sublime

In the early eighteenth century Joseph Addison described the notion of the sublime as something that ‘fills the mind with ...

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AAAARGH! John Martin I

John Martin is best known for his dramatic scenes of apocalyptic destruction and biblical catastrophe. During his life his work ...

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Walls Paper 1972 by Gordon Matta-Clark An Architectural Perspective

Tate Research In Focus study on Walls Paper 1972 by Gordon Matta-Clark
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New yarns Tate Etc. Essay: Textiles and Art

Textiles: we wear them every day and take them for granted, but they are more than mere carriers for our ...

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The art of noise

Almost 100 years ago, shortly before the outbreak of the First World War, the Italian Futurist Luigi Russolo proposed the ...

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What is the museum of the future?

As the new Tate Modern building moves closer towards completion, its director Chris Dercon gives his view of the expanded ...

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The restless storyteller Juan Muñoz

He was said to be one of the ‘most ingenious artists of his generation’ and someone who had ‘an infectious ...

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The real exchange between east and west Polish art

As a year-long season of exhibitions focusing on Polish art begins nationawide, Tate Etc. brings together four Polish art professionals ...

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Silver action performance: what are the conditions necessary to develop a successful learning or artistic project?

The purpose of this article is to make visible that which is often an invisible or hard to quantify element ...

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Performance at Tate: Into the Space of Art The Dimensions of Performance

Jonah Westerman examines the history of the term ‘performance’ since the mid-twentieth century and considers how the category has come ...

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The white cube and beyond Museum display

In an age when installations, art environments, ‘scatter art’ and large-scale mixed media works are the norm, the traditional confines ...

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Walls Paper 1972 by Gordon Matta-Clark Ruins and Non-u-ments

Tate Research In Focus study on Walls Paper 1972 by Gordon Matta-Clark
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Tools to Understand: An Evaluation of the Interpretation Material used in Tate Modern’s Rothko Exhibition

Renate Meijer and Minnie Scott, Tools to Understand: An Evaluation of the Interpretation Material used in Tate Modern’s Rothko ...
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‘Everything Was Getting Smashed’: Three Case Studies of Play and Participation, 1965–71

In this essay Hilary Floe considers instances of chaotic ‘over-participation’ in three art exhibitions that took place between 1965 and ...