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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Table of Contents:
  • 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 Is Science Fiction Going Out of Date?, 2011 / Margaret Atwood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
  • 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 / Si├ón 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.