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  • studio updates
  • exhibition news
  • a blog article that I've written that I think you should check out 
  • a review of an exhibition that I've written    
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Issue No 1  September 2019

Issue No 2  December 2019 

 

 

Dear submissions panel, because the application is for a collaboration, the information for online portfolio and images of work can be found on this page here.

 

Alan Rutherford: 

 

Juliana Hoffmann:

To view work by Juliana Hoffmann, please use the links below.

If you would like to get in touch regarding sales, exhibiting or collaborating then please  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Dear submissions panel, because the application is for a collaboration, the information for online portfolio and images of work can be found on this page here.

 

Alan Rutherford: 

 

Juliana Hoffmann:

To view work by Juliana Hoffmann, please use the links below.

 

Re-evaluating Spectacular Society (1999) - Dissertation. available to read on SCRIBD

Several perspectives - such as art, poststructuralism, postindustrialism andpostmodernism can be used to guide and direct the meaning of today's society towardsany number of desired locations. It is intended to therefore provide the reader with adebate that is both equally balanced with theoretical content and hypothetical analysis.The task of this essay will therefore be to discuss the major shift that has quickly takenplace from a society of industrial production during the situationists era of the 1960s, tothe information based networks of the 1990s. This shift has been described by FredricJameson, as the replacement of symbols which represent modernity, such as theautomobile and the freeway - for more technologically cultural icons, such as thecomputer and the Internet. It will therefore be attempted to explore today's information and media-based systems inrelation to previous models of production and manual dexterity. This will involve analyzingthe perspectives of Marx, the Situationist International (SI) and the work of Baudrillard.

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