Since the 1960s, a number of artists have challenged the dominant paradigm of art-that of the lone artist-by embarking on long-term collaborations that dramatically altered the terms of artistic identity. In The Third Hand, Charles Green offers a sustained critical examination of collaboration in international contemporary art.
Intro Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: Collaboration as Symptom Part I. Collaboration as Administration 1. Art by Long Distance 2. Conceptual Bureaucracy Part II. Collaboration, Anonymity, and Partnership 3. Memory, Ruins, and Archives 4. Memory Storage 5. Memory and Ethics Part III. Collaboration and the Third Hand 6. Negotiated Identity 7. Eliminating Personality 8. Missing in Action 9. Doubles, Doppelgängers, and the Third Hand Conclusion: The Value Added Landscape Notes Index A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W X Y Z.
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