Performing Objecthood: Museums, Architecture, and the Play of Artefactuality

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Performance Research, 2008, 12 (4), pp. 37 - 46
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After a decade of literal placement where the object took centre stage, often to reinforce the belief that art was a myth, the object now functions differently. Instead of acting as a sign, foil or tombstone, the object derives its power form being the only solid thing in a world of individualised flux and unreality.
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