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VUOTO, 2012

Jones, Alison and Thompson, Milly. 2012. VUOTO, 2012. [Artist's Book]

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Image (VUOTO, 2012, left Alison Jones; right, contents)
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Image (VUOTO, 2012, left Nina Power, ‘editorial’; right, Nicole Wermers)
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Image (VUOTO, 2012, left, Nicole Wermers; right, ÉVASIONISTA ‘advert’)
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Text (VUOTO, press release)
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Abstract or Description

VUOTO – Italian, meaning empty, nothing
Book of artists’ projects amplifying the self-commodification inherent in art-world visibility.
The publication undermined the assumed autonomy of the artists project in its intersection with fashion, publicity and journalism. VUOTO served as publicity for the exhibition ÉVASION and was used to literally construct a platform and furniture within the exhibition for the performance ÉVASIONISTA.

The publication was included alongside 'Alison Jones and Milly Thompson C21st RECENT HISTORY, 2016' in the exhibition 'THE GEO POLITICS OF MONETIZED AIRSPACE — Come Fly with Me, I Meet You by the Airside Gucci Concession at 4, Fox Fur Hat', at Midway Contemporary, Minnesota, in 2017.

Item Type: Artist's Book

Keywords:

masquerade, post-feminism, feminism, affective labour, precarity, immaterial labour, humour, anti-feminism, neo-liberalism, art-world, gender, Martha Rosler, glamour, being hot, consumerism, alienation, false consciousness, performativity, performance, desire, Nina Power

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Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Art

Date:

2012

Dimensions or Duration:

MeasurementType
127 x 210cmUNSPECIFIED

Item ID:

18627

Date Deposited:

26 Jul 2016 10:27

Last Modified:

19 Jun 2017 10:37

URI: http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/18627

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