Tesco Home Autumn – Winter 2014 Catalogue
similarity, relationship, form and function, color code, themes, objects and subjects?
catalogue vs collection?
art vs product?
DON’T GO TO SLEEP JUST YET SAM!
ASK MORE QUESTIONS!
Notebook is a potential object, you think? (at least it is physical!)
project inspired by Joe Brainard’s I Remember
“…i remember the silver Giant bike by the navy blue side of this escalator in Elephant and Castle shopping center. i remember the fragrant aroma of curry taking over my senses when i reached the second floor. i remember the spicy, earthy, pungent smell filling the atmosphere that brought me back to those late night dinners with my beloved Toshi and Medina when we were together in Beppu. i remember the over-sweet bite of that caramel donut i bought from a random bakery on the first floor. i should have bought the original one. Nevenka did though. i remember when i walked around the open space market, the variety of colors, materials and sounds made me fell like i was home. however, the diversity of people and brands did not. i remember…”
Photo by Daniel Marlos
Delivering a deliberately straight-laced art writing style in her first chapter of the book “Video Green: Los Angeles Art and Triumph of Nothingness”, Chris Kraus has given the readers an innovative perspective on arts through a wide range of aspects from historical case studies to recent artists, collectors, curators and critics’ sentiments. According to her, arts, through each different period of time, have a relatively distinctive aesthetics’ standard. Observing changes in the value of arts through hitherto art movements, art being commercialized in a professionalized production to Kraus what they call the processes of globalization and automation in post-capitalist society where the importance of specialization and a substance, material world take precedence over the ‘real’ ambiguous meaning of art.