“For this issue, Sebastian Mühl examines the critical potential of historiographical tendencies in contemporary art: Drawing on archival art works, such as Tacita Dean’s Bubble House, Mühl questions the universalist character of modernist utopias rather than perpetuating their ideals. In regard of the “historiographical turn”, Mühl outlines specificities of a post- utopian approach to the archive and discusses the artwork’s entanglement with models and matters of history.” (H. Bruckmüller, J. Buchinger, B. Reisinger, S. Reisinger)


ALL-OVER Magazin für Kunst und Ästhetik


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