Contemporary Hybrid Painting: The Aesthetics of a Post-Medium Condition,

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Transdisciplinary Image Conference
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
New Imaging: Transdisciplinary strategies for art beyond the new media, 2010, pp. 132 - 139
Issue Date:
2010-01
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This paper considers the new ontological paradigm of contemporary art that evokes another discourse, a 'post aesthetics' that overcomes the subjective bias of modern philosophical aesthetics in favour of a primary relationship to things and their mode of presence in the world. As a result, contemporary expanded painting is shown to be a radical revision of art , a moment of ontological 'presencing' favouring spatial environments and temporal events that reveal 'what is' and 'what matters' in a contemporary techno-scientific age.
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