Posts Tagged “object-oriented writing”

2 Wasted Days @ the ICA, London

by Travis Jeppesen on March 31, 2013

2 Wasted Days with Travis Jeppesen: An Object-Oriented Writing Workshop 13 April 2013 – 14 April 2013 £25 / £20 concessions / £12 ICA Members Object-oriented writing is a methodology through which practitioners might evolve their own individual poetics of art criticism. Object-oriented writing (…)

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Call for Contributions: Reflections on Object-oriented Writing

by Travis Jeppesen on August 19, 2012

From the Metalab website: Hello friends and followers of Metalab. We hope you are having a good summer of making, reading, and writing. To keep things in a light mood, we’d like to introduce our next Metalab initative: the Sounds (…)

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Towards an Object-Oriented Writing – or – How Anti-Formalism Helps Me Dream: Notes on an Idea (plus an announcement)

by Travis Jeppesen on October 13, 2011

For a while, it’s felt redundant to me, the way we write about art. I could say way(s), though I’m not even sure about that plurality anymore. The quest has been ongoing – and off-and-on – since Disorientations came out (…)

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