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The User's Manual for the Rather Roundtable By Rather Roundtable
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Rather Roundtable was a group show initiated in New Brunswick, New Jersey in February/March of 2008, by seven artists interested in a converging participatory aesthetic. The group of artists met in... More > grad school at Rutgers. The artists included are: Russ Anderson, Heather Hart, Joelle Howald, Morgan Page, Tom Russotti, Nathan Shafer and Shane Whilden. Accompanying the show was a set of ‘roundtable’ discussions about new media, interactive culture, participatory aesthetics and the artwork as an open social project.< Less
The Field Guide to the Rather Roundtable By Rather Roundtable
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If you have ever participated in an interactive work of art, you are well aware of the complexity of the social contract going into those spaces and making those kinds of choices. At times what we... More > refer to as ‘interactive’ art may feel more democratically oriented to some viewers, while still not considered a viable artistic strategy by others. The seven artists from this group show organized in New Brunswick, New Jersey, have incorporated the processes of user generated, or user friendly works of art. The artists included in this exhibition are Russ Anderson, Heather Hart, Joelle Howald, Morgan Page, Tom Russotti, Nathan Shafer and Shane Whilden. This book also includes contributions by Mary Tinti, Pablo Helguera, Sara Reisman, Rocio Aranda-Alvarado, Scott Rigby and Dean Daderko.< Less
The User's Manual for the Rather Roundtable By Rather Roundtable
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Rather Roundtable was a group show initiated in New Brunswick, New Jersey in February/March of 2008, by seven artists interested in a converging participatory aesthetic. The group of artists met in... More > grad school at Rutgers. The artists included are: Russ Anderson, Heather Hart, Joelle Howald, Morgan Page, Tom Russotti, Nathan Shafer and Shane Whilden. Accompanying the show was a set of ‘roundtable’ discussions about new media, interactive culture, participatory aesthetics and the artwork as an open social project.< Less

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