Blurting In A & L
Author: Thomas Dreher Posted: 06.11.2002; 20:53:27 Topic: Question 2 Msg #: 598 (in response to 418) Enclosure: Prev/Next: 597/599 Reads: 75769
To John Abbate (answer 2/8): The date of the last inscription to this question (you find it on the top of this page) didn´t count your answer. That´s the reason for my delay of six days.
We see the main topics of Conceptual Art in a similar manner. Within a discussion frame centered on semiotic processes it will be relevant how different we interpret these processes. A historical reevaluation of Conceptual Art is not the only relevant activity: I use the return to Conceptual Art, especially Art & Language, as a background for my efforts to handle intermedia and (cominbations of) new media, especially net.art. Thomas Dreher (TDreher@onlinehome.de)