Institute of Contemporary Arts: an archival experiment

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Bayley, L., Cranfield, B. and Massey, A. 2014. Institute of Contemporary Arts: an archival experiment. mnemoscape. 1 (1).
TypeArticle
TitleInstitute of Contemporary Arts: an archival experiment
AuthorsBayley, L., Cranfield, B. and Massey, A.
Abstract

Hal Foster, in An Archival Impulse, cites the Independent Group (IG) as an example of an earlier interest in modes of archival representation. However, it is not what Foster describes as the IG’s ‘pin-board aesthetic’ that makes them interesting for a re-exploration, but rather the way in which the diversity of the IG’s practices from exhibition making and design, to writing and slide shows, are rendered as absent presences within the archive of the IG’s institutional home, London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts.

Research GroupVisual Culture and Curating cluster
PublisherMNEMOSCAPE PUBLISHING
Journalmnemoscape
Publication dates
PrintSep 2014
Publication process dates
Deposited29 May 2015
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)http://www.mnemoscape.org/#!contents/c1cv2
LanguageEnglish
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