Science fiction / edited by Dan Byrne-Smith.

"In the past two decades, artists, and writers have increasingly adopted the idea that science fiction can be understood as a lens through which to search for fragments of truth emerging from the past or the future, and the proliferation of science fiction in contemporary art practice and disco...

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Other Authors: Byrne-Smith, Dan (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: London : Cambridge, Massachusetts : Whitechapel Gallery ; The MIT Press, 2020.
Series:Documents of contemporary art series.
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505 0 |a COGNITIVE ESTRANGEMENT. Is Science Fiction Going Out of Date?, 2011 / Margaret Atwood -- We Are the Martians, 2006 / Gilane Tawadros and John Gill -- Estrangement and Cognition, 1979 / Darko Suvin -- Cognitive Estrangement, 2014 / Sherryl Vint -- Letting it Be: A Red Paper on Terrestrial Art, 2008 / Tom McCarthy -- Simulacra and Science Fiction, 1991 / Jean Baudrillard -- In Conversation with Roger Luckhurst, 2013 / Suzanne Treister -- Robinson, 2012 / Patrick Keiller -- How to Build a Universe..., 2007 / Carrie Paterson -- The Time Machine in Contemporary Art from Los Angeles, 2007 / Jan Tumlir -- Pawel Althamer: Common Task, 2010 / Michele Robecchi -- Ann Lislegaard, 2009 / Christopher Bedford -- Patterning Memory, 2006 / Amna Malik -- Aliens Who Are of Course Ourselves, 2001 / Alondra Nelson -- The Great Silence, 2015 / Allora & Calzadilla and Ted Chiang -- FUTURES. Ancestors of the Future, 2016 / Wanuri Kahiu -- The future After the End of the Economy, 2011 / Franco 'Bifo' Berardi -- Afrofuturism and the Technologies of Survival, 2017 / Elizabeth C. Hamilton -- Gilda Williams The Otolith Group, 2009 / J.G. Ballard, Eduardo Paolozzi and Frank Whitford -- I Want to See You Not Through the Machine, 2018 / N.J. Stallard -- Semiotic Ghosts: Science Fiction and Historicism, 2011 / Peio Aguirre -- Cyberpunk Phuturism, 2014 / Benjamin Noys -- In Conversation with Jessica Morgan, 2008 / Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster -- Museum Futures: Distributed, 2008-58 / Neil Cummings and Marysia Lewandowska -- Tomorrow Never Dies: Asia-Futurism, 2016 / Dawn Chan -- Alien Nations, 2019 / Ana Teixeira Pinto -- Letter from Honshu: Asia-Futurism, 2017 / Jamie Sutcliffe -- 
505 0 |a POSTHUMANISM. A Cyborg Manifesto, 1991 / Donna J. Haraway -- How We Became Posthuman, 1999 / N. Katherine Hayles -- Metamorphic Others and Nomadic Subjects, 2015 / Rosi Braidotti -- Post Human, 1992 / Jeffrey Deitch -- Beauty and Trauma, 2000 / Lee Bul -- New Bodies for Old: The Art and Science of the Body Elective, 2005 / Siân Ede -- In Conversation with Domenick Ammirati, 2013 / Josh Kline -- A Feminist Genealogy of Posthuman Aesthetic in the Visual Arts, 2016 / Francesca Ferrando -- All Systems Go, 2017 / Anya Harrison -- ECOLOGIES. A Fable for Tomorrow, 1962 / Rachel Carson -- In Conversation with Helena Feder, 2018 / Kim Stanley Robinson -- Beyond the Mirror, 2013 / Jessica L. Horton and Janet Catherine Berlo -- Beginning After the End, 2016 / Timothy Morton -- Gardening Against the Apocalypse, 2016 / T.J. Demos -- Mikhail Karikis: No Ordinary Protest, 2018 / Cathy Lane -- Inhabiting Utopia, 2018 / Lisa Garforth -- In Conversation with Angela Chan, 2019-20 / Ama Josephine Budge -- Landscape and the Science Fiction Imaginary, 2018 / John Timberlake -- The Frozen Sea Inside: On Kobo Abe's Inter Ice Age 4, 2010 / David Musgrave. 
520 |a "In the past two decades, artists, and writers have increasingly adopted the idea that science fiction can be understood as a lens through which to search for fragments of truth emerging from the past or the future, and the proliferation of science fiction in contemporary art practice and discourse reflects an increased understanding of how this narrative field continues to grow in relevance. Split into four distinct approaches, "estrangement," "futures," "posthumanism," and "ecologies," this unique collection gathers key examples of the influence of science fiction in recent cultural development: from the integration and acceleration of technological change, to global urbanization and concepts of futurity; from the boundaries of social structures and non-human life, to the threatening self-evidence of climate change. This book is the first major anthology to focus on relationships between science fiction and contemporary art, and is an essential read for all those exploring this vital genre. Artists surveyed include Denenge Akpem, Laylah Ali, Allora & Calzadilla, Pawel Althamer, Carol Bove, Lee Bul, Mark Dion, Jimmie Durham, Ellen Gallagher, Robert Gober, Eduardo Kac, Mikhail Karikis, Patrick Keiller, Karen Kilimnik, Jeff Koons, Moon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho, Lawrence Lek, Paul McCarthy, Mariko Mori, David Musgrave, Otolith Group, Eduardo Paolozzi, Kiki Smith, Sun Ra, Suzanne Treister, Jeff Wall. Writers include Peio Aguirre, Margaret Atwood, J.G. Ballard, Tiffany E. Barber, Jean Baudrillard, Franco 'Bifo' Beradi, Rosie Braidotti, Rachel Carson, Jeffrey Deitch, Donna Haraway, Cathy Lane, Amna Malik, Tom McCarthy, Alondra Nelson, Gwyneth Shanks, Jan Tumlir, Xin Wang, Gilda Williams"--  |c Provided by publisher. 
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