Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique
Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique
Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique
Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique
Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique
Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique
Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique
Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique
Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique

Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique

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Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique is a symptom and an outcome of a collectively experienced crisis – one that has produced a new, widespread sensorium for often invisible and overlooked infrastructures and highlighted their importance for all aspects of life, including politics, both local and global, and art and curatorial practices and their systemic analysis. The reader views infrastructures not only as material phenomena and physical networks but also as immaterial relations and symbolic actions, which, in visible and invisible ways, form our present and, hence, our horizon of aesthetic perception. The interplay between the material and ideological conditions of production, distribution, and presentation directs our gaze, schooled as it is in institutional critique, onto real and symbolic orders, sites, and economies.

240 pages, 17 x 24 cm, paperback, Spector Books (Leipzig).