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The Guide to the New Universe By Robert Gomez et al.
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This book began as a discussion on artists' interests in tours, maps, and guides, underlying a dynamic paradox – how to author the rules without reproducing asymmetrical relationships of power... More > with publics and in public space. This collection of illustrations, essays, manifestos, prose, reports, and fictive narratives is the fourth publication from the Social Practice Workshop at the California College of the Arts. Guest contributors include Ted Purves, Oscar Romo, Fallen Fruit, and Banu Cennetoglu.< Less
The Guide to the New Universe By Robert Gomez et al.
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This book began as a discussion on artists' interests in tours, maps, and guides, underlying a dynamic paradox – how to author the rules without reproducing asymmetrical relationships of power... More > with publics and in public space. This collection of illustrations, essays, manifestos, prose, reports, and fictive narratives is the fourth publication from the Social Practice Workshop at the California College of the Arts. Guest contributors include Ted Purves, Oscar Romo, Fallen Fruit, and Banu Cennetoglu.< Less
Super Pop-Up Shop By Rebeca Bollinger & Glen Helfand
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Super Pop-Up Shop documents a series of public art projects created for a temporary storefront site in the Alameda Towne Centre in Alameda, CA for three weekends in November-December 2009. Twelve... More > participating artists mounted participatory works, using the peak holiday shopping season to playfully and incisively explore ideas about commerce and exchange. The book also includes photographs by Brian Ulrich and an essay on shopping centers as unique public spaces. The project stemmed from a graduate seminar course at California College of the Arts, with instructors Rebeca Bollinger and Glen Helfand.< Less
Social Practice Book CCA 2011/12 By Social Practice MFA Program
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Dedicated to intentional ambiguity for the definition of Social Practice (SOPR), now more than ever this book is critical to the climate and the flow of ideas and modalities. This collection of... More > essays, graphs, images, illustrations, and correspondence is the fifth publication from the Social Practice Workshop at the California College of the Arts. Guest contributors include Amy Balkin, Ryan Gander, Betti Morenko, Dred Scott, and Sue Bell Yank.< Less
After Words: Texts on Voice By Anna Whitehead et al.
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The fourth publication from the Social Practice Workshop at California College of the Arts, After Words: Texts on Voice came about as an examination not only of what it means to speak, but also what... More > it means to speak with, on behalf of, or about others. Collectively, these writings examine the logic of a generative grammar, a linear sequence in which words precede our speaking of them, as an inherently unstable means of representing, translating or conveying experience. Divided into four sections: Inside Voices, Area Codes, Outside Voices, and Dialects, After Words attempts to analyze, undo, and yet also reposition the power of the speech act. Comprised primarily of essays from the 2010 Social Practice Workshop group, the text also includes writings on voice from guest artists and thinkers Raimundas Malasauskas, Althea Thauberger, A Constructed World, Gregory Sholette, Randy Lee Cutler, and Carolina Cayacedo< Less
After Words: Texts on Voice By Anna Whitehead et al.
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The fourth publication from the Social Practice Workshop at California College of the Arts, After Words: Texts on Voice came about as an examination not only of what it means to speak, but also what... More > it means to speak with, on behalf of, or about others. Collectively, these writings examine the logic of a generative grammar, a linear sequence in which words precede our speaking of them, as an inherently unstable means of representing, translating or conveying experience. Divided into four sections: Inside Voices, Area Codes, Outside Voices, and Dialects, After Words attempts to analyze, undo, and yet also reposition the power of the speech act. Comprised primarily of essays from the 2010 Social Practice Workshop group, the text also includes writings on voice from guest artists and thinkers Raimundas Malasauskas, Althea Thauberger, A Constructed World, Gregory Sholette, Randy Lee Cutler, and Carolina Cayacedo< Less
Super Pop-Up Shop By Rebeca Bollinger & Glen Helfand
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Super Pop-Up Shop documents a series of public art projects created for a temporary storefront site in the Alameda Towne Centre in Alameda, CA for three weekends in November-December 2009. Twelve... More > participating artists mounted participatory works, using the peak holiday shopping season to playfully and incisively explore ideas about commerce and exchange. The book also includes photographs by Brian Ulrich and an essay on shopping centers as unique public spaces. The project stemmed from a graduate seminar course at California College of the Arts, with instructors Rebeca Bollinger and Glen Helfand.< Less
There is No Two Without Three By Ted Purves et al.
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This collection of essays, interviews, drawings, prose, fictive narratives and reflections on projects is the second publication from the Social Practice Area of Concentration at the California... More > College of the Arts. This book represents a process of collaboration, negotiation, consensus and dissent.< Less
There is No Two Without Three By Ted Purves et al.
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This collection of essays, interviews, drawings, prose, fictive narratives and reflections on projects is the second publication from the Social Practice Area of Concentration at the California... More > College of the Arts. This book represents a process of collaboration, negotiation, consensus and dissent.< 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

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